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Mini Lasagna Rolls

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When you think of your childhood, what meals come to mind? For me, it’s lasagna. I remember watching my grandma meticulously place each lasagna noodle in the pan, layered with her famous ricotta cheese blend, sauce, and more cheese. As a child, I was fascinated with the process, even though it seemed to take forever. […]

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Stuffed Pepper Soup in the Slow Cooker

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Soup instead of Baked Stuffed Peppers Stuffed peppers have long been an easy, budget-friendly meal. But while they’re easy and cheap to make, they can be tedious to make and it feels like they need to cook forever if you want your peppers to be just perfectly tender. So, how do you keep the flavor […]

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Glazed Donut Muffins Recipe

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Glazed Donut Muffins Recipe Have you ever found yourself choosing between a doughnut or a muffin to start your day? Well, now you don’t have to choose! These glazed doughnut muffins are perfect for those of us that just can’t make up our minds in the morning! Moist muffins spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and […]

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Ranch Chicken Wraps

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Lunch is a meal I think most of us overlook. It’s typically eaten at work, which means a basic packed lunch, a quick fast-food lunch, or something overpriced from the cafeteria. Ranch Chicken Wraps Or, if you’re a stay at home mom, lunchtime is typically based around nap time and making the kids something quick […]

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Better Than Sex Pumpkin Cake

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We’re well into fall here in the States. I think at this point we might as well just rename fall as “pumpkin season” as that’s all you see and hear about everywhere from September until Thanksgiving. As a pumpkin lover, this is one of my favorite times of the year, and I’ve been busy in […]

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Fried Nutella Dumplings

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As I’ve mentioned in other posts, dessert is my weakness. I mean just like at my DESSERT POSTS. So good, right? If I could make a new dessert every day, I probably would. But, I try to limit our sweets to once or twice a week. And the truth is that as a busy mom, […]

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Cauliflower Salad

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How To Make Cauliflower Salad? it’s one head each of chopped broccoli and cauliflower, half a pound of cook crumbled bacon and one cup of shredded cheese. The dressing is: one cup of mayo one cup of sour cream and 1/4-1/2 cup of sugar salt and pepper. Directions: Mix the dressing and pour over veggies. […]

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KFC COLESLAW

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Today I will share with you a copycat recipe of KFC COLESLAW, the dressing tastes is almost identical to the original. FOR THE INGREDIENTS I USED: 1/2 minced onion. 1 shredded carrot. 1 head finely chopped cabbage. 2 tbsp mayonnaise. 3 tbsp lemon juice. 2 tbsp vinegar. 2 tbsp granulated sugar. 1/2 cup whole milk. […]

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Cracker Barrel’s Hashbrowns Casserole Copycat

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As a cook, I tried manyyy recipes, but there is some recipe that you’ll be unable to resist them, you prepared them weekly or maybe daily. Today I will share with you one of those favorite recipes CRACKER BARREL’S HASHBROWNS CASSEROLE. INGREDIENTS:  – 2 pounds frozen hash browns, thawed.  – 1/2 cup melted butter.  – […]

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One pan spanish chicken and rice

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Caliente, this Spanish Cookeo dish is packed with flavors, spices and will put the sun on your plate. Winter and summer, Spain will be at home! Some ingredients: chicken, rice, a pepper, onions, chorizo, cumin, paprika, chili, salt, pepper, and room for the preparation of the recipe ! * Ingredients : ☞ 1 small red […]