2 Cups Flour
1 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 1/2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
2 Cups Milk
2 Tablespoons Butter
4 Teaspoons Vanilla
Cooked Bacon (optional)
Throw together your dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. Then add your egg, milk, butter, and vanilla. At this point you can crumble bacon on your mixture (if you would like). Once your desired ingredients are added whisk together to get the lumps out. I pour my wanted amount of batter in a spouted measuring cup for easy pouring. I also use almond oil in my skillet for coating and effortless flipping. Enjoy!
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Cooking Classy has an amazing veggie soup recipe that is a MUST try! Check out the recipe HERE. You can even print off the recipe from the site to store in your recipe folder!!!
The second delicious soup recipe I have is from The Garden Grazer. It’s vegan and gluten free and ultimately veggie-licious! Check out the recipe HERE.
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I found a yummy Taco Bell recipe without having to go to Taco Bell; which is a huge score for this girl’s digestive system. An amazing blog called Life With The Crust Cut Off will show you delish pics with a step by step process. Check out her recipe here and enjoy!! Save your benji’s and cook!
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Oh my, how interesting this was to make. Thank goodness my husband loves me unconditionally because this cake was sooooo not perfect! It will be a great write up for you first timers, of what NOT to do 😉 Ok, so my hubby’s favorite ice cream is Bluebell’s Mint Chocolate Chip. With that being said, I knew he would want this ice cream incorporated into his ice cream birthday cake. His other favorite flavor is chocolate, so that’s what I needed my cake flavor to be. Here’s what I did.
First I made the ice cream mold. I lined the pan with wax paper to make removing the mold easier. We scooped the ice cream into our pan and patted it down. We ended up using too much ice cream, so the mold was too high. If I was going to do it again, I’d have the ice cream at an inch high and then add more if desired. Once our ice cream was scooped out we added chocolate sauce and crumbled Andes mints to the top.
I used what you see in the image below to make the cake:
Just follow the directions on the box or use what your cake recipe calls for. After the cake cooled it was time to put the ice cream on top of the cake. In the picture you can tell the ice cream is way too high; but hey, it’s the thought that counted. 😉
Once the ice cream was set on top of the cake we covered the cake in cool whip and added sprinkles and more crumbled Andes mints. It’s pretty dang hideous looking, but we all agreed it was yummy!!!!
I will be making these VERY soon, and I can NOT wait to try them! Get the recipe here.
Image From: allrecipes.com
This spice packet from McCormick gives chicken and potatoes a whole new meaning.
Boneless skinless chicken
McCormick spice pack
After 45 min in the oven at 425 it came out looking like this and smelled AMAZING!!
I highly recommend this meal if you are trying to save your benji’s and cook. Taste delicious and it allowed us to have leftovers. Using the leftover carrots and potatoes in a ham dish tonight!
The language is definitely there, but damn I love their recipes!! Read up:
Love this recipe and the endless stuffing possibilities! Plus you can make use of that buddy pan! Check if out here: