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As you may recall, last month I started my posts about monthly meal planning. I also did a blog post about my Breaded Chicken Tenders that you can find HERE if you are interested.  Another of the recipes that we selected to use this month is the E.H.M. Daddy Mac.  This is a recipe that my husband came up with and he tends to make it in a variety of ways...

Last month I started my posts about monthly meal planning. One of the recipes that I selected to use this month is the Breaded Chicken Tenders. I will admit that this is a variation on the one on the side of the old Progresso brand bread crumbs.  This is generally an easy one, but here is how I went about making the Breaded Chicken Tenders recipe. First, I set the oven to pre-heat and set up the work space.  Here you can see that I have the two cereal size bowls, eggs, and the boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into...

Everything has been crazy around our household lately so I noticed that I missed sharing some recent pictures and lessons that we have enjoyed (thank goodness for Instagram as I have found it a lifesaver so many times!). We went on another field trip to our local apple orchard! Playing our haunted house math game.   Working on some witchy word...

I love this recipe! It is so easy, healthy and everyone can put on the toppings that they like. I highly suggest giving this a try!   Tortilla Pizza   Brush the tortillas with olive oil. Bake in the oven for 5 minutes at 425 degrees. Then pull the tortillas out of the oven and top with marinara/tomato sauce (or my personal favorite pesto sauce). You can...

Our son had a Cub Scout den meeting this past week and our family offered to bring snacks. When the den-meeting day finally arrived I was working off of 4 hours of sleep (my husband an I were up very late cyber shopping several deals online for Christmas presents). I had completely forgotten what I originally intended to make for a snack for the boys. Then I went...

  This recipe is so yummy and great for the Fall season! I loved how easy it was and I was able to use some of the apples from our field trip in the recipe. My husband says if this recipe does not make it into the yearly Fall meal rotation he will cry (yes that’s how yummy this was, lol).   Apple Pork Roast   1 boneless pork loin/roast   4...

Today is Johnny Appleseed’s birthday (he was born September 26, 1774). I figured that today was the perfect day to wrap up all of the Fall and apple themed unit studies we have been doing in honor of Johnny Appleseed.     I used a fun informational sheet from Enchanted Learning. It gave both of the children just a small bit of information about Johnny...

This Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake is such a simple recipe that always pleases everyone in my family (even my fussy eater). The prep time is less than 15 minutes and the baking time is 15 minutes making it the perfect busy day meal to still put a home cooked meal on the family dinner table.     Ingredients:   –        ...

I made this for my family over this past holiday weekend as a special dessert. Everyone loved it so much that I wanted to share it. I make most of my bread and dough out of my trusty old bread machine. This recipe is made for a bread machine although I am sure that it could be translated and changed for an oven if need be. For an extra decadent treat add some whipped...

Are you looking for a fun hands on way to get your children into the kitchen? What better way to tie in not only some new family memories but to also work on learning measurement (I love sneaky math lessons!) and life skills. For years our family has made these muffins and I wanted to share the recipe with all of you today. My daughter Elizabeth named this recipe...

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