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Between curling or youth group for my tween, lifts to the mall or volunteering for my teen and everything else in between. Sometimes there are never enough hours in the day to make a meal for us. I am sure all those parents out there know exactly what I mean.
I try to keep meals in the freezer for days like that already pre-made, but even I am not always on top of that. Or it isn’t something we feel like eating that night.
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Warmer weather usually means more potlucks and BBQ dinners. I love having potluck dinners because it allows us to try a new dish we may have not had before. It also means less time having to cook a big meal for everyone. Sometimes it is easy to get stuck in a rut making the same meals for every dinner. Here is a great list of 10 BBQ/Potluck recipes for you to enjoy.
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5 Breakfast Recipes for Christmas Morning
Christmas morning is coming up fast. And with preparing for the dinner that day, I like to also plan for breakfast that morning. I try to make a recipe that either we have had before or I search online for a new one that the family might like. Usually we have Mike’s mom, brother and our niece for breakfast. But this year is only his mother and us. So I am looking for something new and simple for us to make. I am going to prepare it the night before and then just pop it in while we unwrap gifts.
What do you do for Christmas breakfast/brunch?
Cheesy Apple-Bacon Brunch
(source: Betty Crocker)
French Toast Casserole
(Source: Paula Deen)
Pineapple and Orange Salad with Toasted Coconut
(source: My Recipes)
Sausage-Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole
(source: My Recipes)
Maple Pecan Breakfast Bread
(source: My Recipe Lion)
Who doesn’t love cheesecake? It is a big hit with any occasion!
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Here are 5 Great Cheesecake Recipes for the Holidays!
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Candy Corn Inspired Recipes
Halloween is almost here.
If your house is like my house, you will love these fun recipes to celebrate Halloween with Candy Corn Inspired recipes.
Check out these recipes that you and your family can enjoy.