22nd Day of Christmas: Slow Cooker Chex Mix

Since as far back as I can remember my mom has made Chex Mix at Christmas time. I can remember trimming the tree while it baked and eating it as soon as it came out. I'm not much of a traditionalist when it comes to Chex Mix so when it says peanuts what I mean... Continue Reading →


7th Day of Christmas: Reindeer Chow

As promised another goodie/gift idea. This one makes a fun snack for Christmas parties or as a small gift for your friends and family. We made Chex Mix every year growing up and while those were always good, though I still don't love pretzels, this one sounds much better! Well, that is likely because it... Continue Reading →

7 Layer Bean Dip

Great for parties and get togethers. Always goes over well. Also and easy summer dish you can make just to have around. ingredients Refried Beans: 2 16oz cans of beans or 1 30oz can Sour Cream: 16 oz container Cheese*: (we usually buy a large brick and use about half but how much cheese you... Continue Reading →

Delicious Mango Salsa

A delicious additions to the summer. Great on steak, chicken, fish and so much more.... ingredients 2-3 Mangos 1 Red bell pepper 1 Small bunch of green onions 1/2 bunch of cilantro Salt and Pepper to taste Drizzle of Honey (optional) 1 Tablespoon Lime juice (optional) directions 1 Mix all ingredients and serve. 2 Great... Continue Reading →

Fun and Easy Food For New Years

Something I loved making as a kid and still do is English Muffin Pizzas. They are super easy and both kids and adults love them. Also, if you plan on having a New Years Party you can make several different types of pizza and cut them up for finger food. It is win win and... Continue Reading →

Cranberry Orange Cinnamon Chex Mix

prep time: 5 minutes cook time: 7 minutes other time: dry 30 minute servings: 16 Ingredients 6 cups Cinnamon Chex┬« cereal 1 cup chopped almonds or halved 1/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/4 cup frozen orange juice concentrate 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/2 cup sweetened dried cranberries 1/2 cup blonde raisins Directions 1. In large... Continue Reading →

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