Make the Game Changing Switch to Save A Lot With These Delicious Pinwheel Recipes #SaveALotInsiders I have been searching out the best pinwheel recipes to get some inspiration for my own football game day menu. I have come up with some great recipes that taste amazing. The best part? I bought all of the ingredients at our local Save A Lot, which means that I was able to make all of these pinwheels on a very small budget. If you haven’t shopped Save A Lot lately, you should really go
Egg Nog Bread Pudding Here in south Louisiana, bread pudding is a staple. During the Christmas season, egg nog is a staple. What better way to celebrate the season than to combine the two for an out-of-this-world dessert with egg nog bread pudding! This is one of the easiest bread pudding recipes ever! You can switch it up and get as creative as you want. I saw someone used croissants. Heck, you can use just regular sandwich bread if you want. You’ll still get the same flavor, just a different
Creamy, Slow Cooker, Hot Chocolate You are going to love this creamy slow cooker hot chocolate recipe. We love, love, love hot chocolate around our house. Sometimes we wimp out and buy the powdered hot chocolate at the store, but usually we make it from scratch. It is so, easy peasy to make it from scratch too! our recipe changes depending on what ingredients we have on-hand, but this is the recipe we use most often. This recipe calls for cocoa powder, but you can also use bakers chocolates or
Easy Cheese Danish My kids go crazy for these easy cheese danish at our house. They are so super easy and you can really adapt the recipe to fit your family. I have also used flaky biscuits and puff pastry for these. The easiest way, though, seems to be with crescent rolls. You can flatten each pastry more if you don’t like the round danish. Really, make it your own. Top them with fresh fruit or preserves for a little fancier touch. These can even be served for dessert, YUM!
Southern Chocolate Gravy My Mamaw Moore used to make chocolate gravy. She’s really the only person I ever knew who made it and it was delicious! My mother was always quite impressed with it, so I went on a mission to try and duplicate it. After perusing my pantry one day and deciding to use my best judgement for ingredients; I came up with a real winner! This gravy is delicious on biscuits. I would imagine it would be excellent on waffles, pancakes, ice cream, or really anything you would
I would have never thought to put Nutella and blueberries together, but YUM! Get the recipe HERE!
OH….MY…..GOODNESS! Get the recipe HERE!
Best Biscuits EVER! I tried for MANY years to find the perfect biscuit recipe. I stumbled upon a recipe using Sprite and sour cream and have since tweaked it to perfection 😀 Many of you know that I love cooking in my iron skillet; partly because of the taste and even cooking, but mostly because it makes me feel nostalgic LOL Well, these biscuits would be delicious cooked on any surface, but are definitely best baked in an iron skillet. Gather your ingredients: 1/2 cup lemon-lime soda (Sprite, 7 UP)
My kids and I have a favorite breakfast food you MUST try! My kids aren’t too fond of yogurt of oatmeal, but when I combine them; they LOVE it! So, you and your little ones will have a super healthy start to your day and it’s easy peasy to make. Refrigerator Oatmeal in Mason Jars Gather your ingredients: 1/2 cup uncooked old fashioned rolled oats (don’t use steel cut, quick, or instant) 1/4 cup milk ( use whatever kind you like; skim, whole, almond, soy, etc) 1 carton yogurt (whatever
Gather your ingredients 1 pkg. (26-32 ounces) frozen shredded hash brown potatoes 1 lb ham (I used sliced ham, but you can use any kind you prefer) 2 cup (8 ounces) shredded mozzarella cheese 1/4 cup chopped Roma tomatoes 6 green onions, sliced 12 eggs 1/2 cups milk 1/2 teaspoon Cajun seasoning 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce Directions 1. Spray a 6 quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Layer 1/2 of the potatoes on the bottom of slow cooker. 2. Top with half of the ham,