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Black Bean Soup

April 5, 2015
This great recipe for black bean soup is a delicious money saver, and hearty to boot! It

I love the whole Meatless Monday movement that has taken over the past few years. As a frugal family, any meal that we can put on the table that’s without meat will save us some serious dough. It’s also a big bonus if that meal is rocking in the taste department. This black bean soup […]

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Mandarin Orange Cheesecake + Pyrex’s 100th Birthday!

March 26, 2015
Mandarin Orange Cheesecake

Disclosure: I have happily partnered with World Kitchen LLC to share the wonderful Pyrex® 100th Anniversary product line. All opinions are my own. #Pyrex100 As I became a wife and a mother, I relied on simple staples to keep our home happy. Easy recipes, routines, and even kitchen items that would make life easier. I […]

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64 Dollar Grocery Budget – Publix Breakdown

March 8, 2015
Publix breakdown

Mandi from Chewsy Lovers is back with another 64 Dollar Grocery Budget post! This time, she’s sharing everything that she purchased at Publix, and all of the meals she was able to create from her shopping trip without using coupons. Thanks for sharing with us, Mandi! A few days ago as part of the 64 […]

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Italian Stuffed Mushrooms

February 19, 2015
This delectable recipe for Italian Stuffed Mushrooms has a fun secret ingredient. Click to see what it is!

I really have a love of mushrooms. I know this little delectable fungus is something that people will either love or hate, like bananas, but I just can’t get enough of them. Whenever I can get them for a great price, I stock up. A few weeks ago, Aldi had mushrooms for a dollar, so […]

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Easy Yeast Bread (In A Pan)

January 30, 2015
Looking for an easy yeast bread to make with your soup dinner? This one bakes in an 8x8 pan and is ready in less than an hour!

Winter time brings two things into my kitchen: homemade soups and homemade bread. While I love both of those things, the bread always throws me off. Sometimes it comes out fantastic. Fluffy, light, with a great crumb and sturdy enough for sandwiches. Other times, well, it doesn’t. Bread is temperamental, y’all! Over the years I’ve […]

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Food and Wine Fun in Upstate NY #NYSDairyTour2014

January 27, 2015
My husband got the chance of a lifetime when we visited the New York Wine and Culinary Center: he got to cook without my help! #NYSDairyTour2014

Have you read the other parts of our #NYSDairyTour2014 recap? Be sure to check out what we learned at Patterson Farms and the Cayuga Milk Plant! During our time in Upstate New York, we had the privilege to spend time at the New York Wine and Culinary Center. We learned how to utilize the local diary […]

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Mini SNICKERS Ice Cream Pies

January 26, 2015
This super simple recipe for mini SNICKERS Ice Cream Pies are a perfect treat for The Big Game! #BigGameTreats #ad

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BigGameTreats #CollectiveBias When it comes to the Big Game, I’m all about the food. Don’t get me wrong; I’m a fan of football and can yell at the referees on TV just like the best of them, but when it […]

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Easy Granola Recipe

January 22, 2015
Short on time and need an easy granola recipe? This one uses items that are right in your pantry!

Granola is one of our favorite breakfast and snack items here. It’s (somewhat) healthy, and if I choose to top my ice cream with it, I don’t feel as bad about it. Kidding! While I love making granola, I don’t love the recipes that require 20 ingredients just to make it. When you’re on a […]

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64 Dollar Grocery Budget – Aldi Breakdown

January 21, 2015
See how this mom uses her 64 dollar grocery budget at Aldi, and turns her groceries into 20 meals for the week!See how this mom uses her 64 dollar grocery budget at Aldi and make 20 meals.

Before we get started, have you seen the first part of this series? Click here to read that first: 64 Dollar Grocery Budget – Aldi. On our 64 dollar grocery budget post from yesterday, we focused on the tips and tricks to help you keep costs down when shopping at Aldi. Today, I’m going to […]

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64 Dollar Grocery Budget – Aldi

January 20, 2015
Looking to use your grocery budget wisely at Aldi? Check out how this blogger used her 64 dollar grocery budget at the famous chain store.

After accomplishing a great 64 dollar grocery budget experience at Target, I thought a trip to Aldi with our weekly grocery budget would be easy. Well, I was wrong. This was the 4th time that I tried doing this challenge at Aldi, and it took a while to figure out why it didn’t work and how […]

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