Monday, November 26, 2012

Cordon Bleu Pockets


These will melt in your mouth!




-1 EGG


1. Preheat oven to 350.
2. Grease a cookie sheet with cooking spray.
3. Boil chicken tenders tenders until fully cooked through, drain and set aside.
4. Slice up the ham steak in 1.5" by 2.5" rectangles.
4. Fold 4 swiss cheese slices and break in half for a total of 8.
5. Open Biscuits and flatten two biscuits for the bottom and top of a pocket.
6. Place a piece of ham, a piece of chicken and then a half slice of cheese on the bottom biscuit.
7. Place top biscuit on top and seal edges.
8. Repeat steps 5 & 6 for other 7 pockets and place on greased cookie sheet.
9. Beat egg and egg wash the tops of the pockets.
10. Bake in oven for 15-20 minutes or until pockets are golden brown.


Monday, November 19, 2012

Decadant Low-Fat Brownies

Looking for a yummy healthy treat for the holidays? These brownies are soft, sweet and if your not careful you will eat them all.

1/2 c. cocoa
1 c. flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt
2 Tbsp. butter
1 tsp. vanilla
1 3/4 c. white sugar
2 egg whites
3/4 c. applesauce

Cream butter and sugar in a large bowl using a hand mixer. Add egg whites, applesauce and vanilla. Mix all other ingredients in a separate bowl and add to the wet ingredients in the large bowl. Do Not over mix. Spray 8x8 dish with Pam and bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes.

You can frost them if you want. I had leftover runny fudge that I messed up on and so I poured some of that on top. I might have made it unhealthy but it was worth it.


Monday, November 12, 2012

The Best Granola Bars

I have been trying to save my family money and making many things homemade. Cleaning products, and all things in the kitchen. I found this recipe on blog and I have fallen in love with it. Now we make it at least once a month at our house.

2 cups packed brown sugar
3/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup chocolate chips (Optional: dried fruit, raisins, craisins, nuts, coconut flakes, graham cracker pieces, marshmallows, get creative with this)
3/4 tsp. salt
1/2 cup honey
1 egg beaten
1/2 cup coconut oil melted
2 tsp. vanilla extract

Preheat oven to 350. Grease a 9x13 baking dish.
Mix together all dry ingredients, then make a well in the center and add honey, beaten egg, melted coconut oil, and vanilla extract. Mix well. Pat mixture evenly into the baking dish. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until the edges are light brown. Cool for 5 minutes and cut into bars. While they are still warm, or they will stick in pan in one large piece.

I  like to put them in 2 Tupperware's one for freezer to eat the week after, and one for the counter and those one's are usually gone and a couple of days.

Yum, Enjoy.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Peanut Butter Balls

Super yummy and easy to make. Great to toss into kids lunch boxes for a extra treat.

1/2 cup Peanut Butter
1/4 c. Honey
1/2 tsp. Vanilla
3 cups Crispy Rice Cereal

Combine all Ingredient's together. Mold into balls and place on wax paper onto a cookie sheet in fridge. Chill in fridge. And try not to pop them all in your mouth. Once chilled you can coat with melted chocolate for extra deliciousness. As much as a like chocolate I love these plain.


Sunday, October 14, 2012

Hospital Bag Packing List

Hey y'all!

I just recently had my second child...

Taisley Avalon
born on October 5, 2012
and I wanted to share with you what I think are the necessities to bring to the hospital when having your babies.

I checked out a bunch of other lists I found on Pinterest, but I ended up forgetting some important things, so here is my list!

(what to bring to the hospital when delivering a baby)

1. Nice comfortable robe

2. Nursing tank

3. Nursing nightgowm
(short is better, because they still have to check you, especially if you have an episiotomy)

4. Nursing bra

5. Loose fitting outfit to wear home
(you won't be ready to wear regular clothes just yet and you'll need easy nursing access and a loose waist band for your sore midsection)

6. Cute warm socks

***NOTE: Make sure to wash everything that the baby's skin may come in contact with in Dreft***
(Also, don't use drying sheets unless they are fragrance free and for sensitive skin)

7. Nursing cover
(Click on the picture to get a FREE one)

8. Flip flops
(For wearing in and out of the hospital as well as in the shower)

9. Comfy maternity underwear
(The hospital will provide mesh underwear for you, but when you leave, you might want some extra support. I know I did.)

10. Water bottle!
(I didn't think of this until after I left, but instead of drinking out of the styro cups with a straw, I would have preferred to drink out of one of these - make sure the lip is big enough to fit ice in it)

11. Camera
(Make sure it's charged and has it's memory card!)

12. Phone
(Don't forget to bring your will make and take a lot of phone calls!
Click on the picture to check out some great Mom Apps for iPhones)

13. Lanolin nipple cream
(if you're breastfeeding)

14. Nursing pads

15. Nipple shield!!!
(I cannot stress this enough. This is an absolute must! I tried to breastfeed without one for the first few days and got so raw that I was bawling my eyes out over the pain.)

16. Toiletries
(Don't forget a toothbrush, a brush, hair ties, and a shaver!)

17. Make-up bag
(Believe me, you'll wanna look as presentable as possible for visitors and pictures)

18. Maxi pads
(And I mean MAXI!!! Get the overnight ones, because you will have a VERY heavy 'period' for a while)


1. Diaper Bag
(this is what you'll be packing everything in for the baby)

2. 'Emergency' pacifiers/binkies
( I say emergency, just in case there are mommies that are staunchly against using them. hehe)

3. Boppy with cover
(Definitely helps!)

4. Car seat set up for an infant with canopy
(Click on the picture to get a FREE car seat canopy!)

5. Newborn diapers
(The hospital will have some there for you, but if you prefer to use a specific brand, then bring a few of those in your diaper bag)

6. Baby health care kit

7. Baby grooming kit

8. California Baby Calendula Cream
(This is a miracle in a bottle! It takes care of everything! It's magic!)

9. Extra onesies

10. Extra outfit

11. Take home outfit

12. Baby mittens, Beanie & Stretchy receiving blanket
(So the little one doesn't scratch their face with their lovely nails, and be nice & warm.)

13. Newborn socks

14. Wipes
(The hospital has dry ones that you have to get wet first before changing the baby's diaper...and after you have a baby, you don't really wanna move that much...although you can always call your nurse in to change the baby's diapers for you!)


You can click on all the pictures to find where to purchase these items and there are a couple that are actually FREE!
(If any links don't work, please leave a comment and let me know. Thx)


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