Slave to the Kitchen

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Mornings are usually rushed in my house. We eat something to serve as breakfast as we walk out the door or while we are driving to school. I am always looking for something to make that can be easily transported so I don’t have to buy pre packaged food. I recently found a recipe for

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Yay It’s January! We turned the page and began anew. A lot of people make New year’s resolutions. I think “being healthy” is on a lot of resolution lists every year. Did you know that January is National Oatmeal Month? Say what? Yes there is an entire month devoted to Oatmeal. Right when we are

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I don’t know about you but my family loves corn dogs! They are so easy to warm up. Great for a quick snack or part of a weeknight meal. Except, they are not very healthy and can get expensive! So I took some time on a Saturday and made up my own. After they cooked

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The Holiday Season is upon us once again. The kids have dressed up and begged for candy all over town. Now we must start making lists and checking them twice. I have started thinking about different people on my list this year. I already talked to you Gifts for Your Cell Phone. Today I want

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Today I want to share with you an easy weeknight meal that you can whip together in a matter of minutes and let it bake in the oven while you sit down with kids and work on homework. After school is such a mess for us. I can only imagine what homework will bring. The

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Fall is definitely here! As the warm days turn cooler I tend to look for warm, filling recipes. Comfort food! Something to help me feel warm, full and comfy as i settle in to staying inside for long periods of time. Last weekend I made this Broccoli cheese soup in the slow cooker and we all

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Toward the end of the month we have a week or two that we have to eat from our pantry. Since we are on a budget, I grocery shop twice monthly. I try to make sure we have enough food to make 6-8 meals in those two weeks. Then we are on our own to

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Guest Post By: Ashley Taborsky Recently a friend and I went exploring and berry picking on the Flattop trail system in Anchorage, Alaska and found a bountiful assortment of fresh, wild growing blueberries, crowberries and cranberries. Naturally, it was time for muffins. After rinsing the berries, I don’t bother to take off their little stems.

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Cooking from you pantry is important on those weeks that you either don’t get paid or can’t get to the store. This recipe was made with items I keep in my pantry and freezer. It’s easily adaptable and kid approved! Easy Cheesy Broccoli Bake What you will need: 1 small bag of frozen chopped broccolli

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I had a hankering for chocolate and peanut-butter. After looking for something on Pinterest and getting overwhelmed I decided just to looking my pantry and try to use what I had on hand. I whipped this Easy Peanut-Butter Cup Pie together in less than thirty minutes and was eating it with my lunch! Easy Peanut-Butter Cup Pie