At "Bake at Midnite" where I found this recipe, it is called Easy Cheesy Pizza Casserole and it certainly lived up to it's name! Pizza CasseroleBake at Midnite 1 lb. ground beef1/2 C. ricottapinch of oreganopinch of basil 1 T. grated Parmesan1 26 oz. jar of pasta saucePepperoni slices2 cups shredded mozzarella1/2 C. shredded ProvoloneHerbed Parmesan Drop Biscuits Herbed … Continue reading What’s for Supper? Pizza Casserole
A pretty and sweet treat for Easter - White Chocolate Fudge. The best ever fudge recipe is the Fantasy Fudge located on the marshmallow creme jar. My Mom and I both have made this recipe for years, especially at Christmas. At other times, like Easter, I switch from the milk chocolate chips to white chocolate … Continue reading Easter Sweet Treat
Boston Butt with SauceMashed Potato CasseroleEnglish Peas with MushroomsTexas Toast This week, we purchased a Boston butt from Robertson's BBQ, in a fundraiser for a local woman who is currently battling cancer. As always, Robertson's BBQ was fabulous. Texas Toast is often our bread of choice. I chose not make to the usual BBQ sides and … Continue reading What’s for Supper? BBQ Plate
Enough said! Have a great 3/16 and a great weekend enjoying the beautiful spring weather and the promises of this verse! God Bless!
Goodbye Winter! Hello Spring! Get ready for springtime and flip flops with your very own sugar scrub that will soften your hands and feet in just a few minutes. Yesterday, I got a professional manicure and pedicure and she used her own scrub - it was wonderful! Another great Pinterest find! Of course, I had to … Continue reading Sugar Scrub – On Your Own
Carol Grace, Hope and Annie Today is a special day for a special friend of our family! Carol Grace (above left) is turning 13! We first met Carol Grace when Annie started to school. Her Mom, Hope, was Annie's first teacher! 13 Reasons to Celebrate Carol Grace 1) When Annie started to school at Sprayberry, we were blessed … Continue reading Thankful Thursday – Celebrating 13!
I don't do alot for St. Patrick's Day but I do usually try to include a touch of green somewhere in the day. So, I thought this key lime pie might be just the touch. I have made different versions of key lime pie but I this one is new. I think I'll have to … Continue reading Luck of the Lime
Hippity Hoppity! Easter is on it's way! This little bunny is ready for the occasion! I have tons of Easter decorations but, this year, I decided to do something new for my table. My plan to decorate my table in "thrift store style" was successful as the cute pieces came together from thrift stores around town. 4 … Continue reading Hippity Hoppity – Thrift Store Style!
I always see these great quotes on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. and wonder where they originate so I spent a little time searching and found lifelovequotesandsayings and this quote about personal happiness. Like it says, God doesn't wish for anyone to suffer! You know, we don't always know what our friends are going through. Plato is quoted … Continue reading Happiness….
Banana Pineapple Muffins 1 cup all-purpose flour1/2 cup whole wheat flour1/2 cup sugar1 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon baking powder1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2teaspoon ground nutmeg1/4 teaspoon salt1 egg1/2 cup canola oil4 tablespoons milk1 teaspoon vanilla extract4 mashed ripe bananas 1 small can unsweetened crushed pineapple, drained In a small bowl, combine the flours, sugar, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt. … Continue reading What’s for Breakfast? Banana Pineapple Muffins