I apologize for the lack of activity over here! I’m hoping in the next week to be back to the schedule I wrote out a few months back (with some tweaks!)
But for starters, look what my friend, Cara, made for me!!!
That’s right! I have an official button now! I’m giddy! This way, everyone can join in on the Trying Treats fun (which, will obviously be on Tuesdays now!) I’m going to see if I can figure out how to get a Mr. Linky up so we can all join in!
Thanks for your patience!
OH Also – if you have a foodie blog and I don’t have it listed on my blog roll and you’d like to be on there, let me know!
We’re working on finding a new place to live. I plan on posting our most recent Freezer Meal Swap Recipes ASAP. Once we get plans finalized, I’ll be back on task 🙂
It inevitably happens, you chop an onion…now your hands stink! Did you know wetting your hands and then rubbing baking soda on your hands – all over and then washing them clean will remove the stink?
(Thanks to cuisinecuisine.com!)
Ok, once again, I’m going to change things up a bit…
The list last week was very overwhelming in trying to decide something new to try, soooooo…
My new Treats To Try will be one new recipe I intend to try the following week (as in, the one I post today will be tried for dinner one day this week). It will not always be a dinner, this one just happens to be. But this will be less overwhelming for me! 🙂 Please, feel free to join in in trying a new treat each week (doesn’t have to be this one, just a NEW one!)
My plan is to report back after trying the recipe and give a review on it…this could occur at anytime during the week, depending on when the recipe is tried!
With that being said! This weeks’ treat will be:
HEAT oven to 400°F. Brown ground beef with bacon and onions in large skillet on medium-high heat; drain. Return meat mixture to skillet. Add VELVEETA; cook until melted, stirring frequently. Cool 10 min.
UNROLL dough onto baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray. Press into 15×8-inch rectangle; top with meat mixture. Roll up, starting at one of the long sides. Rearrange if necessary so roll is seam-side down.
BAKE 20 to 25 min. or until golden brown.Kraft Kitchen Tips (they are SO good about these!)
Just in case any one really reads this (please tell me – I mean, I am 4 hits away from 2000 visitors!!!!!!!!!!! – surely there is someone out there reading!)
I’ve decided to make this blog a bit more predictable…
With that being said, here’s what I’ll be scheduling so you (the readers…right?) have something to look forward to
Mondays – a recipe (this could be anything, breakfast, snack, drink, etc…)
Wednesdays – a freezer meal recipe (usually something to make in bulk…)
Fridays – a cooking tip
Weekends – a round up of recipes that I want to try (they will be linked, once I try them, I’ll post them here…)
Let me know if you’d rather see something different…