Recipe for Mini Meatloaf Cups

Craving meatloaf but don’t want to wait an hour or more for it to bake through? Here is your solution! I created these great Mini Meatloaf Cups that take very little preparation and only bake for a total of 25 minutes! Each Mini Meatloaf Cup has a layer of meatloaf and mashed potatoes, then is topped with French Fried Onions and shredded cheese. Main course and a side all in one! Of course they are awesome served with a side of green beans or corn, too.
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Chicken Fajita Quesadilla Recipe

Chicken Fajita QuesadillaDo you love Mexican food as much as we do, but get tired of eating the same burritos and taco salads? My new recipe for Chicken Fajita Quesadillas is loosely based on this one from Better Homes and Gardens. The BHG version didn’t have meat, which is a big  no-no in this house. :) The only things I actually ended up sticking to from their recipe was spraying the tortillas with cooking spray, and using cilantro and lime juice. Everything else I came up with on my own.

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Packing A Healthy School Lunch…That They’ll Actually Eat!

Packing A Healthy School LunchMy oldest son will be starting full-day school next month, and I will be sending him to school with a packed lunch every day. Why? Because of the (mostly) unhealthy options awaiting him at the end of the lunch line! Some school districts are better than others, and I know that some are finally trying to better themselves, but with that being said, I would still prefer to know what exactly my child is eating every day. And that it’s healthy. Some districts let the kids pick and choose from multiple items, which is great. However, our old school district offered peanut butter and jelly sandwiches every. single. day. Nope! Here are some tips on packing a healthy school lunch. Read the rest of this entry »


Colored Deviled Eggs | How to Bake Deviled Eggs!

BAKED Colored Deviled Eggs!Deviled eggs are a staple in many dining rooms come holiday-time, so why not double their use and use them as an edible decoration?! Colored deviled eggs are actually very easy. Once the eggs have been cooked and peeled, the white portion can be dyed using water and food coloring! This makes them a very pretty decoration on any table for any holiday celebration from Easter to Christmas, 4th of July to Memorial Day.

Here’s how:
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