Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix

Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix   This is my favorite of all our homemade dry mixes!  It is so easy peasy to make and you can use it to season just about anything 😀 Gather your supplies: 1/2 Cup dried Parsley 1 Tablespoon dried Dill 1 Tablespoon Garlic powder 1 Tablespoon dried Onion flakes 1/2 Tablespoon dried Basil 1/2 Tablespoon white Pepper 1/2 Tablespoon dried Chives Mix 2 Tablespoons of mix with 1 Cup buttermilk** and 1 Cup of mayonnaise. This mix is great for seasoning potatoes, chicken and many other

DIY Taco Seasoning Mix

This is another FAVE around our house. I love making my own taco seasoning, mainly because I know what’s in it and can tailor it to what we like in our house. I make two different versions of this; one for us and one for “him” LOL My husband loves spicier foods than the kids and I can tolerate. This is a wonderful recipe and very versatile. Have fun with it and make it your own. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different flavors. Gather your ingredients: 2T ~ Chili

Cream of Anything Soup Mix

Cream of Anything Soup Mix Many of you know that I love making my own mixes AND I love finding great uses for powdered milk!  Not only is powdered milk good for you, but it lasts a really long time on the shelf.  This mix is one I use often around my house.  I love using this mix in my chicken & dressing, but there are endless possibilities for a mix like this.  Of course, like all of my other dry mix recipes; you can tailor it to fit your

DIY Poultry Seasoning

DIY Poultry Seasoning Holiday season is quickly approaching.  If you are anything like me; you go through a TON of poultry seasoning while doing your holiday baking.  I love making my own seasoning blends; partly because I know what is in it, but mostly because I can tailor them to my own taste.  This is a poultry seasoning blend that I have been using for years and have tweaked several times to finally get the perfect taste for my family.  Feel free to change it up and get creative.  Another

Repurposed Creamer Bottle

Repurposed Creamer Bottle This little project was so easy and so much fun! My kids love these. Each of them have their own snacks container and we get tons of use out of them on road trips 😀 All you do for this fun project is clean out your used creamer bottle, remove the label and decorate how you like! Easy peasy lemon squeezy 😀 We LOVE repurposing old containers to see just how creative we can be. This container works perfectly for pretzels, cereal, raisins, you can even use

Repurpose Your Clorox Wipes Canister

Repurpose Your Clorox Wipes Canister If you’re like me (and thousands of other people) you keep your plastic grocery bags for reuse around the house.  Maybe they’re can liners or for dirty soccer uniforms.  So many people have a plastic bag full of other plastic bags!  I have been seeing amazing ways of repurposing these bags!  People are making blankets, clothing and so many other useful items with them.  So, we set out to find a way to keep them organized in your cabinet and this is what we found!

How to Freeze Eggs

Did you know that May is national egg month?  Well, I didn’t even know there was such a thing, but now that I DO know; it makes sense LOL  Well, consequently, national egg month is also the best month to buy fresh eggs.  This is the cheapest you will find them all year.   How DO you stock up on something like eggs?  Well, you freeze them, of course 😀  Freeze eggs?  Yes, FREEZE EGGS!  The super awesome thing about freezing eggs is that you can freeze them in just

DIY Microwave Popcorn

This was so easy to make!  I am KICKING myself for not trying it sooner. I have seen different variations of this recipe all over the internet and decided to give it a try myself. After playing around with it a bit; I came up with the perfect formula that worked for us and our microwave. Here’s what you do: Gather your supplies: 1 brown paper lunch bag 1 tsp olive oil 2 Tbsp unpopped popcorn Salt to taste Get to poppin’: Place 2 tablespoons of popcorn in the brown

Edible Peppermint Serving Tray/Bowl

Edible Peppermint Serving Tray/Bowl This is one of the easiest projects I have done for Christmas. It is very easy! You can make any design you like with the peppermints (you can use other hard candies for other occasions). Line a cookie sheet or pizza pan with parchment paper or non-stick foil and arrange the candies in your preferred design, leaving about 1/4 inch space between each candy to allow for spreading. I love using non-stick foil, plus there were some great coupons out last month! Place the sheet with

Thrifty Personalized Gift Plate

This is a VERY EASY and fun project to do with your kids! You can tell by looking at mine that my kids did, indeed help me with this project. Just about every project I do, they help me with 🙂 This project can be as inexpensive as you want it to be. I used a mismatched plate that I had in my cabinet, but you can use plates from anywhere. You can get them at thrift stores, yard sales, or if you want to go the expensive route, you