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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Friendly Wednesday 12/28

Welcome to Feeding Four's Friendly Wednesday Blog Hop! I'm glad you're here!


Thank you to all the bloggers who linked up last week!

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Monday, December 27, 2010

Meal Plan Monday 12/27

How was your Christmas? Ours was wonderful! It went by way too fast though. It's time to get back to normal around here. That means I need to meal plan! Meal planning is the only way I stay sane throughout the week.



Leftovers
Chicken Fajitas
Ham and Potato Casserole
Enchiladas
Pizza
Fondue Night
Leftovers

What are you eating this week? Check out other menus at OrgJunkie.com

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Dessert Dilemma - SOLVED & Triple Layer Chocolate Brownie Dish

Last week, I posted my dessert dilemma. I wasn't sure which dessert to bring to my sister in laws. A few people shared their opinions (thank you to those who did!). I decided to go with the cupcake poppers. Mainly because I thought cutting a bunch of little cakes in half would be a lot easier than cutting a big cake in thirds.

I failed. I don't know what the heck I did, but they weren't very tasty. I even used the box mix so it wasn't that it was my recipe. The icing I used wasn't very fluffy after it sat for a few minutes. Plus, when a friend dropped a Christmas present off, Parker ate half of them.


What I did end up taking to the party was a recipe I got from my mom. It was a huge hit and so easy to make. I bet you have all the ingredients in your pantry right now. (I also brought the cupcake poppers that survived.)

Triple Layer Chocolate Brownie Dish
you'll need:
brownie mix
pudding mix
cool whip
chocolate chips

Make brownie according to box. Make pudding according to the box. Mix in cool whip. Place in the fridge until brownies are done. When brownies are done baking, let cool, then cut into tiny pieces. (it might be easier to use your hands to tear it apart.) Layer 1/3 of brownies in bottom of a medium bowl. Top with 1/3 pudding mixture and a layer of chocolate chips. Repeat twice more with remaining brownies, pudding and chocolate chips.


Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas

It's nearing Christmas. Time to pull out all the stops and get those gifts ready! Here are a few ideas for last minute gifts.


This is the little bucket my sister in law gave me this year. She purchased it Target in the dollar spot. Inside is a lotion and a body spray from Bath & Body Works.


This is one of the baskets I brought for a family gift exchange. Coffee, brownies, creamer, dove candy bars, and coffee filters. I also included 2 snowman coffee mugs.

Santa Claus Cookie Tin

Another quick and easy gift would be to make up some white trash and put it in a  Cookie Tin.

There's a whole bunch of really cute ideas here.

"Chex Party Mix - Remember Santa "Chex" his list twice to see who's been naughty or nice...so be good for goodness sake!! Merry Christmas!! Measuring Cup or Glass Measure - "Wishing you Joy Beyond Measure!


 Wire Wisk - (Filled with Chocolate kisses) "We WHISK you a Merry KISSmas!!"




Bananas - If we could choose our friends, and we searched the whole world through, we'd go bananas trying to find a better bunch than you!!" "

What are some ideas you've found for easy gifts?

Monday, December 20, 2010

Winners!

So it totally slipped my mind that today is the 20th and I had two giveaways that ended on the 17th! Oops! Sorry guys! Here's the winners:

For the Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Prize Pack:

Rachel said... 74

My daughter's favorite thing to doodle is smily faces.
egan_rachel@*********

For the Cranberry Naturals Prize Pack:

Raven In A Blue Room said... 20

following @oldorchardjuice on twitter @left_the_stars
schnitzomage {at} **********
December 11, 2010 1:56 AM
I've emailed you with instructions. You have until Wednesday (12/22) at midnight to get back to me, or I'll have to pick a new winner.

Thanks to all who entered! Make sure to enter my Scentsy giveaway! I also have two new giveaways to post, but with the holiday season, it's been crazy here!

What's For Lunch? 12/20

Need some inspiration for your children's lunchbox? I will be sharing what I have packed in C's in the hopes that it will help you when you struggle! (C has school Monday, Wednesday and every other Friday, so I will be sharing 2 to 3 times a week)


We got some deer bologna from my cousin at a Christmas Party this past weekend and C has been dying to have some. :)

Today for lunch he took deer bologna, cheese, blueberries, cupcake poppers, crackers, and an apple.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Meal Plan Monday 12/19

Last weeks menu plan went nothing according to plan. Well. We did have Tostadas and fish. And leftovers, twice. We did got to the Christmas party (which was tons of fun). I wasn't in the mood for cooking at all last week. Monday, I tried a new recipe. Friday, we got pizza using a free pizza coupon I had hidden.


This week is a bit easier, I only have to cook for 4 meals. I'm hoping to keep them easy. I am also trying to plan stuff that I know I'll want to eat. Which should hopefully increase me wanting to cook.

Christmas Party
Chicken Chimichangas
Potato Soup (carryover)
Pizza
Leftovers
Christmas Eve - undecided. I'm wanting to get a ham but I'm not sure yet.
Christmas Dinner @ my grandparents

What are your plans for Christmas this year?
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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Quick and Easy Macaroni and Cheese

The other day the boys and I went Christmas shopping. We got home at dinner time to find that hubby had thrown some fish sticks in the oven. I wanted some macaroni and cheese but only had about 20 minutes to fix it. The one mac and cheese recipe my boys will actually eat takes a bit longer than that. I searched the cupboards for a box mac and cheese - we were out. So I racked my brain and came up with this, which I think actually tastes better than my old recipe, and takes half the time to prepare.


You'll need:

1/2 box macaroni noodles
1 can (6 ounces) evaporated milk
3 tbsp butter
2 cups sharp cheddar cheese - shredded

Boil noodles as directed on box. Drain. Add milk, butter and cheese to hot macaroni noodles, stir until cheese has melted and serve.

Groceries 12/17

(One tub of coolwhip was on the floor)
6 packs Oscar Meyer Hotdogs
4 Planters Nuts
5 ChiChis tortillas
Sprinkles for our cookie party
popcorn & candy for a gift basket

Total OOP : $26.67

Just a tad over budget.

Friday, December 17, 2010

What's For Lunch? 12/17

Need some inspiration for your children's lunchbox? I will be sharing what I have packed in C's in the hopes that it will help you when you struggle! (C has school Monday, Wednesday and every other Friday, so I will be sharing 2 to 3 times a week)


Today he had : turkey and cheese sandwich, snowman marsh mellows, grapes, goldfish and an apple.

Sundried Tomato & Garlic Chicken

I have to first say, I totally stole this recipe from the a packet of Lawry's seasoning. I received a pack of the spices & seasonings in the mail from a freebie I signed up for. I finally got around to opening the envelope and changed the plan for dinner that night. The packet of spices smelled so good. Everyone in our family loved it. Both the boys ate it up, I couldn't believe it. This will definitely make the meal plan again.


(I did change the ingredients just a bit)

You'll need:
1 package Lawry's Mediterranean Sun dried Tomato & Garlic Chicken Spices & Seasonings
1 pound boneless skinless chicken breast ($2.32)
2 1/2 cups pasta (I wish I would have added more) (free - coupon+sale)
1 cup water
1 can diced tomatoes (free - canned from garden)
1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese ($0.15)
1 cup shredded Parmesan cheese ($0.18)


Place chicken and pasta in a 13 by 9 baking dish. Mix water, seasoning mix and tomatoes until combined. Pour over chicken and pasta.

Mix mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses together and sprinkle over top chicken mixture. Cover dish with foil and bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes. Remove foil from pan and bake 10 minutes more.

 Serve and enjoy!
I served this with a side of green beans I bought here. (free - sale+coupon)

The boys had some blueberries ($0.56) and pears (free - from a friend).


Total meal cost : $3.21

Hubby had two chicken breasts and pasta, I had one and the boys split one. There were two breasts leftover plus pasta.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Dessert Dilemma

I have a bit of a dilemma. I have to bring dessert to my sister in law's house this weekend for a Christmas party. I want to try something different, have it stand out a little. I think I have it narrowed down to two recipes -


COOL WHIP Chocolate ONE BOWL Bliss Cake

and


What do you think I should make?

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

White Trash

My aunt made this for us for Christmas one year. It was the best munchie dessert I had ever had. I googled it and figured out it was so easy to make! I made some last year and it was gone in a day. I don't think this batch will last much longer.

One of the things I like about this recipe is that you can change it to suit your family's wants/needs. Allergic to peanuts? Leave them out. My friend likes M&Ms in hers, I think it's sweet enough the way it is. Tailor it to your likes!



You'll need:
2 cups Chex cereal
2 cups Cheerios
12 oz peanuts
16 oz pretzels (I prefer the sticks)
24 oz. white chocolate
1/8 cup oil - more as needed


Mix first 4 ingredients.  Pour oil over chocolate and stir. Melt chocolate in microwave. Pour over mixture and mix well. I used my hands for this. Pour onto waxed paper. Let set until chocolate is set. (You might want to put it in the fridge, or at least in a different room than you. Otherwise, it might get eaten every time someone walks by it.)

This post is linked to URS

Winner!

The winner of the Rattle On! Giveaway is :

Corie @ Red Letter Rising said... 16

Following you on Twitter, too
December 9, 2010 1:05 AM

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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Friendly Wednesday 12/15

Welcome to Feeding Four's Friendly Wednesday Blog Hop! I'm glad you're here!


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25 Days of Christmas - Day 12

I forgot to share the picture of the gingerbread men the boys made the other night when we went to visit Santa.


Aren't they cute? C made Santa (the one on the right).
Yesterday, we decorated gingerbread houses. They had a ball!!


This is A's house. He ate every other piece of candy, but I was very impressed at the job he did!


This is C's house. He had such a blast, it was so fun to watch his concentration as he added his candy.


Daddy decorated these houses with icing, A added the candy. The red gumdrop is Santa, he says.
 I made a snowman, but he melted. (See him in between the houses in the back?)

Have you made gingerbread houses?

Scentsy : Review & Giveaway

I love candles. The way they make my whole house smell wonderful with just a flick of the lighter. No baking required.  However, I have two small boys and 3 big dogs that make candle lighting in my house a rare occasion. I'm terrified one of the boys or dogs will run by and knock over the candle, setting the house on fire. Or that I'll forget to blow them out before we leave or go to bed. A has a new obsession with candles. He likes to blow them out. I'm always afraid he's going to go to blow them out without me around and burn himself.


Luckily for me, I've found an alternative to candles. Scentsy. Scentsy makes the house smell just as good, if not better than candles do. With Scentsy I don't have to worry about the boys burning themselves on the flame, or worry about leaving the warmer on all night.


Scentsy Candles Products are a safe alternative to scented candles! Our Warmers melt and warm the wax releasing the fragrance into the air which means - NO BURNING. This makes your home safer for you, your family and pets. Buy Scentsy and make your home a more safer environment. Say goodbye to soot for good!


The unit I was sent for review, Rustic Star, isn't horribly big. It's about the size of a large Yankee Candle. It easily fits anywhere a candle could fit. I was sent a full sized bar as well as a few sample sizes. The first wax I tried was a sample size. I expected it to last maybe an hour. It took about 20 minutes to fully melt. I was amazed at how good it smelled! It lasted for three whole days! I had the warmer on all day for three whole days and there is still some wax left! I was amazed at how long it lasted.

When you want to change scents, turn your warmer off. Pick up the dish and pour the wax back into the container it came in. It will re harden when it cools down. Then simply take a paper towel and wipe out the dish. You're ready for a new scent bar!

I also like that the Scentsy warmer can double as a nightlight. The light switch to our kitchen is on the other side of the room from the entry way. (Just one of the many things that do not make sense about our house!) I used to leave a light on once it got dark so we could see to get across the room. Now, I just leave on my warmer!

Giveaway

Wendy, a Scentsy Independent Director, has offered my readers a giveaway! 1 lucky winner will win a warmer and a bar from Scentsy!

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Disclaimer: I was provided with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

Monday, December 13, 2010

BRER RABBIT MOLASSES COOKIES

 I menioned these cookies in my post yesterday and several people expressed interest. Here's the recipe! They're gone already and hubby has requested more.


You'll need:
3/4 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1/4 cup molasses
2 cups flour
2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. cloves
1/2 tsp. ginger
1/2 tsp. salt

Cream first 4 ingredients. Add the rest of the ingredients and chill at least an hour. Roll into 1 inch balls and roll in granulated sugar. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for about 10 minutes or until bottom is very lightly brown.

25 Days of Christmas - Days 10 & 11

Yesterday, the boys got to see Santa again. That made 4 times in 3 days. I'm getting a little sick of the jolly old red guy to be honest. :)

Today, we went to my sister in laws house and made about 3247 cookies. (OK, really, it was just 5 different batches.) It took forever. But it was a ton of fun!


This is our half of the cookies. We made peanut blossoms, bons bons, sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, and brer rabbit cookies. Yum! Now I just need an exercise plan. :)

What kind of cookies do you make for Christmas?

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Meal Plan 12/12

12 days until Christmas! Can you believe it? I can't! I'm almost done shopping, how about you? I just need to get a few more things for a basket I'm putting together, order something for hubby, and get something for my dad.

Last week we had a lot of good meals. I tried the Chicken Cordon Bleu in the slow cooker and it turned out really good!

The hot dog spaghetti turned out good too. I used a different spaghetti sauce than I normally do, and we didn't like it as much. Never the less, there was no leftovers!

This week, we have a ton going on. Tonight, we were at my SILs house baking cookies all day! She fixed a roast. Tomorrow, hubby has off, so we're taking a day to spend together. Tuesday, I'm hoping to run some errands in town. Wednesday I need to put together gifts for C's teachers - which means more baking. Thursday, we're hosting a cookie decorating party (more baking!!) Friday is C's school Christmas party and Saturday is our Christmas party for my moms side of the family. Busy busy!

This week we're eating:
Roast
Potato Soup
Chicken Spaghetti
Leftovers
Christmas Party

Head to OrgJunkie.com for more menus!

I'd love to check out your menu! Leave me a link!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Groceries 12/11

(C said make sure you can see me too!)

6 bags of Gordon Fish
2 tub butters
2 stick butters
sour cream
broccoli
strawberries
2 blueberries

Total OOP : $33.66
Total for the week: $33.66

So I went a little over budget. Ooops. But I'm stocked up on fish which is hubby's favorite, and I got $.60 off gas for buying it.

Did you score any deals this week?

Friday, December 10, 2010

Seventh Generation Cleaner for $0.49 @ Target!

This week Target has Seventh Generation disinfectant Cleaners for $2.49.
Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner, Lemongrass & Thyme 26 fl oz (786 ml)

Seventh Generation Cleaners $2.49
$1/1 Seventh Generation 10/31/2010 RP Insert  or
$1/1 Seventh Generation Product
STACK With $1/1 Seventh Generation Item TARGET coupon Target.com (look under Baby Category)
$0.49 for one

I am stopping by Target to get some of the Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner,  When I reviewed their products a few months ago, I fell in love with this cleaner!!

Hurry, you only have until tomorrow night to take advntage of this deal!

Rite Aid Trip 12/9

When we took the boys to lunch with Santa yesterday, I ran into Rite Aid to get some stuff. Mostly the Hershey's Pot of Gold that is on incredible sale. They, of course, had none in stock. The district manager was in the store that day and said they didn't know if they would be getting any in. They had contacted corporate, who had told him they contacted Hershey. Hershey told them they were out of stock. So. Guess I'll have to come up with something else for teachers this year :)

Anyway, this is what I ended up getting:


4 Hershey kisses
2 Reese's cups
1 extra gum
Total OOP : $0

And I received $3 in UPRs.

25 Days of Christmas - Day 9

Yesterday we went to lunch with Santa!

It was kind of last minute, but the boys had a blast. They got to eat with Santa, and got a Christmas book. We came home and made chocolate chip cookies.


Are you getting ready for Christmas?

Good Deal On Thomas the Train @ Amazon

Amazon has a really good deal on Thomas Toys if you've got a Thomas lover like I do :)

Mega Bloks Thomas Adventure on Misty Island

Mega Bloks Thomas Adventure on Misty Island

Sale Price - $14.99 (Original Price $49.99)

(Prices can change at anytime.)

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Thursday, December 9, 2010

What's For Lunch? 12/8

Need some inspiration for your children's lunchbox? I will be sharing what I have packed in C's in the hopes that it will help you when you struggle! (C has school Monday, Wednesday and every other Friday, so I will be sharing 2 to 3 times a week)

I totally forgot to take a picture yesterday morning when I finished his lunch, sorry!

He had : grilled cheese sandwich, strawberries, blueberries, pretzels, an apple and a water bottle.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

25 Days of Christmas - Day 8

We mixed things up a bit again today. Today was supposed to be making/decorating cookies. A quick look at the calender told me that would not work. For one, C was at school. I like to make a big mess of the kitchen when we have the whole day ahead of us, not just an hour or two. Tomorrow, daddy only works a half day which means he'll be home at 10 am to help us make cookies!

Anyway. Today we made the Rip and Glue Paper Wreaths.


A wanted NO part of this so daddy made one instead. And I must say he did a fantastic job...


Are you doing an Advent calender? How is it going?

What's for Dinner? Chicken Cordon Bleu!

This was one of my favorite meals growing up. Mom would always fix it at my request and I remember the sauce being thick. For some reason I can never get the sauce thick enough. But it still tastes [almost!] as good as moms did. This quickly became one of the most requested meals by hubby when we got married. Every time I fix it, both my boys love it! Another kid friendly meal!

This time I tried it in the slow cooker and it was just as good as it is in the oven.

(although, the picture makes it look yucky, it tastes so good!)

You'll need:
Chicken Breasts - 1 for every serving
Ham - 1 piece for every chicken breast
Provolone Cheese (I used Swiss tonight) - 1 piece for every chicken breast
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can water (fill soup can with water)

Wrap 1 piece of cheese and 1 piece ham around 1 chicken breast. Repeat with remaining chicken, ham and cheese. Place in slow cooker or casserole dish. Combine soup and water, pour over chicken. Bake at 350 (in the oven) for an hour. In slow cooker, cook on low for 6 to 8 hours or until chicken is cooked through.

Enjoy!

25 Days of Christmas - Day 7

Tonight we made Hand print and Footprint Reindeer. C did something like this at school. He made a shirt and used paint to make the reindeer. We used paper to make the reindeer tonight and both boys loved it! They ended up painting and coloring them. Like the Christmas Trees, I think we'll have a herd of reindeer come Christmas.

Cranberry Naturals Review & GIveaway

One of the things that gets used up fast around here is juice. Seriously, if I let them, the boys would each drink a bottle or more a day. A loves his apple juice, while C prefers orange. I am constantly trying to add variety to their juice diets. They'll try any juice. Last week, we tried a Tropical Juice (which they hated).


I was thrilled to be able to review the new Cranberry Naturals by Old Orchard. My boys were too. Once they realized what was in the box, they ran and got their cups so they could try the new juice. I usually don't like cranberry juice. I think the taste is too bitter. I tried a sip of A's cup and ended up drinking the whole thing! (He wasn't very happy). This juice has the perfect amount of sweetener. It's sweet without being overly sweet.



Cranberry Naturals Juices are all-natural, reduced-calorie cranberry juice cocktails. They are sweetened with a blend of sugar and Truvia. They contain no HFCS, no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Cranberry Naturals Juices are naturally sweet! They contain 30% real cranberry juice, 70 calories and 17 grams of sugar in one 8 ounce serving. Compare that to the leading brand of cranberry juice which is less than 20% juice, and has 120 calories and 30 grams of sugar in an 8 ounce serving.




About Old Orchard:
The Old Orchard story began as a humble farming operation over twenty-five years ago and has since grown to offer over 100 different products available at stores across the nation and around the globe. Old Orchard is still located in the middle of an old apple orchard and remains a family-owned company, committed to product quality and safety. Our dedicated employees work hard to produce the best-tasting innovative and healthy juices. We hope that you and your family will enjoy the fruits of our labor as much as we do!


Old Orchard has an awesome interactive website with a lot of helpful information and fun games to play!


One of my readers will win a Cranberry Naturals T-Shirt (which is now the most comfortable shirt I own, by the way) and VIP free product coupons (good for any Old Orchard 64oz product)


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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Friendly Wednesday 12/8

Welcome to Feeding Four's Friendly Wednesday Blog Hop! I'm glad you're here!


Thank you to all the bloggers who linked up last week!

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Christmas Sugar Cookies - His Way

C has been begging me to make cut out cookies for a long time. I hate making these cookies. I still don't have a good recipe. All the ones we make have no taste at all. This week, I've cheated and bought some sugar cookie mix so the next time he wants to make cookies, they'll be edible (To me at least ;) )


He did everything himself - mixing, cutting, rolling. Even putting in and taking out of the oven.


Here's the recipe we used... I don't know what I did to it. The boys and hubby enjoyed it, but I thought it was bland.



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