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Free Budget Friendly Menu

We hear it all the time. Families are looking for a way to keep grocery expenses down, but schedules are ...

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Super Simple Snickerdoodles

Not only are these Super Simple Snickerdoodles yummy, but they are, well, super simple.  These can be whipped up with ...

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Free Trim Healthy Mama Friendly Menu Plan

If you've been following (or thinking about following) the THM way of eating, you're going to love this Free Trim ...

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Mini Chocolate Pie Bites

Tiny little desserts you can pop in your mouth? Yes, please! That's exactly what these Mini Chocolate Pie Bites are. ...

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Lucky (Super Easy to Make!) Homemade Ice Cream

I am loving this recipe! Where has it been all my life? Three ingredient homemade ice cream? Yes, please! My ...

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Pizza Dogs for Lunch

Posted on February 9, 2016 by Lisa Holcomb

Pizza Dogs for lunch?  I so often hear my kids say, “sandwiches again?” Well, if you’re looking for something a little different than your same old sandwich or hot dog, then this recipe is one that will put a smile on your kid’s faces.  It combined two of my kids favorites, hot dogs and pizza.  For them, it was a win-win combination.  Pizza Dogs would actually be great for a weekend dinner or for a kids party.  I used Hebrew brand all beef hot dogs when I made these.  The cost is a more but they are gluten free and [&hellip

Getting Kids to Eat Their Veggies

Posted on February 8, 2016 by Lisa Holcomb

If you are like most parents, you have the age old struggle of getting kids to eat their veggies.  There are ways to get those much needed nutrients into their little bodies without a battle. Need some ideas on how to get those servings into your children’s (or family’s) diet?  1. Readily Available. Try to keep fresh vegetables and fruits in the house as much as possible. For instance, you could cut up a watermelon into cubes and keep it in the fridge covered under a bowl or slice up some cucumbers and carrots that can easily be slipped into [&hellip

Super Bowl Menu

Posted on February 6, 2016 by Lisa Holcomb

Going to a Super Bowl party and need some fun recipe ideas These recipes will be one thing about Super Bowl that won’t be hard to tackle.  From the “Quarterback Caramelized Chicken Wings” to the “Goal Post GORP”, the recipes will be a hit with your family and friends.You can use the whole Super Bowl menu or just one or two recipes.  Either way, you’ll be the hit of the party. None of these recipes are difficult or time consuming to make.  After all, who wants to spend much time in the kitchen when you have a party to get ready [&hellip

Mini Chocolate Pie Bites

Posted on January 10, 2016 by Karee

Tiny little desserts you can pop in your mouth? Yes, please! That’s exactly what these Mini Chocolate Pie Bites are. Little bits of heaven you can devour all at once. I’d show photos of the step by step instructions, but it’s so ridiculously easy to make that seems silly. So here’s the deal. 1. Mix your pudding. 2. Spoon pudding into the phyllo cups. 3. Spoon whipped topping over the pudding. 4. Sprinkle chocolate chips on top of that. That’s it! If you’d like to print the recipe to keep, you’ll find here. Enjoy! Karee Want another super easy recipe? [&hellip

Cake Batter Protein Shake – FP Friendly

Posted on January 4, 2016 by Lisa Holcomb

Cake Batter Protein Shake – FP Friendly.  Yes, I said CAKE BATTER!  Talking about having your cake and eating it too.  I really had my doubts about this protein shake.  I mean, I love cake and cookie batter.  I’m one of those that ignores the safety issues about eating raw batter and just goes for it.  In fact, my kids usually know that if they don’t get to the spatula to lick it “clean” before I do, that they’ll miss out.  So, I really didn’t have high expectations about this shake.  Does it taste just like cake batter?  Well, maybe [&hellip