S’mores + brownies = chocolaty deliciousness. I’ve made these brownies before and they were eaten up very quickly!
Plus, have you ever seen this meme from 9gag:
So really, this is like health food. At least that’s what I’ll keep telling myself. Sadly, these are going to work with the hubby… possibly minus one square. :-) Continue reading
The hubby came home from work tonight starving and while trying to decide what to make, I came across this Tater Tot Casserole I had made before. When I made the casserole the first time, we weren’t very impressed. Of course I couldn’t do the cream of mushroom since the hubby doesn’t like mushrooms but it was so bland, we didn’t even save the leftovers. I think the puppies had a good dinner that night!
In theory the tater tot casserole sounds SO GOOD so I decided we could tweak it and do kind of a combination tater tot casserole and cheeseburger pie. Cheeseburger Pie is a go-to recipe when I don’t know what else to make because it’s so good, so easy, and made with ingredients I almost always have on hand.
Howdy! So much has been going on these past few weeks! We’re still in the process of getting our house organized. Aren’t there unpacking fairies that just put everything away for you and everything is magically organized?! Well, there should be. I’ve also been trying to get through all of the pictures I took while my family was in Colorado for Christmas. I haven’t gotten very far. However, I did do a little bit of work on this one:
My whole family. Dad, mom, brother, brother’s girlfriend, grandparents (mom’s side), me, my niece, and my hubby. Continue reading
I’ve been slacking a bit in the blog post arena because I’ve had a million other things going on.
First off, the big news. The hubby and I are moving back to Texas. He got a job offer that we couldn’t pass up so we’ll be ringing in the new year in Houston.
Secondly, we bought ourselves a new camera, a Nikon D5100 and we’ve been having a blast with it! It finally got to the point that the point and shoot camera I had just couldn’t do what I needed/wanted it to do, so we upgraded. I figured I would post some of the pictures I’ve been taking here. A little mini re-cap of where I’ve been over the past few months.
Chipmunk playing peek-a-boo with me.
So yes, I have posted this before, but it was a post with a bunch of other recipes and what not in there so I feel like it kind of got lost and deserves its own post. I made this again for dinner last night and mmm… it is just so dang good!
For as long as I can remember my favorite soup has been broccoli cheese. And lucky for me, broccoli is one of those veggies my hubby will actually eat!
This was (originally) another recipe that I found on Pinterest, here. Well, I didn’t like the “1 1/2 cubes of butter” explanation (I mean, really, what the heck is a “cube” of butter?!). But, observant little me noticed the small print which said that she had found the picture for the recipe on allrecipes.com (one of my all-time favorite recipe websites). I went to allrecipes and found a very similar recipe that actually had a measurement for the butter (6 tablespoons), but slightly different directions, so I combined the two:
I’ve been in a bit of a rut while my husband’s been gone. Almost every Sunday morning I get up (late) and make myself french toast. Well, this Sunday, I did a bad thing.
Oh, who am I kidding? I did a wonderful thing. I cooked maple syrup and bacon right into my french toast. Now I’m not even that big of a “bacon” person but for some reason today this sounded good… and it was!
My husband is going to LOVE this. In fact, he’s probably going to be a little upset that I made it for the first time when he wasn’t home. It’s okay, honey, it’s just a nice surprise for when you get back!
Interesting thing about these cupcakes: I won’t eat them. I don’t like coconut, and therefore, don’t like Almond Joy bars. However, my coworker requested that I make an Almond Joy cake for her anniversary (pictured below). Since it was just for her and her hubby, I had some batter left over that I decided to play with. Plus I bought myself a cupcake corer a few weeks ago that I’ve been dying to play with.
I used this recipe for the cake, then just finished it a little differently for the cupcakes, using a chocolate sour cream frosting instead of the melted chocolate drizzled over the top. Also, I switch out sour cream for the oil in the cake. I think it makes the cake more moist and slightly healthier but doesn’t change the flavor.