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Apple Pumpkintini-sounds yummy! I will let you know!

Classic comfort food - Chicken Noodle Casserole for a cold lazy night

Breakfast casserole in the crock pot cooks overnight...while you sleep...Christmas morning!!!!

For the kids during the school year? Make ahead Breakfast Burritos... Can Freeze and take out one at a time, microwave, for a quick breakfast on the go - better than packaged and less sodium. It only made 13 but they are yummy!

thanksgiving morning: pull-apart cinnamon sugar pumpkin bread. looks to die for

Lunch Box Ideas for Kids Who Don’t Like Sandwiches

mom of a toddler. this could change my life. Instant Mug o’ Mac & Cheese in the Microwave: 1/3 cup pasta, 1/2 cup water, 1/4 cup 1% milk, 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Fiesta Chicken Casserole: 2 cups chicken breast grilled & cubed 2 cups medium shell pasta cooked 2 cups cheddar/jack cheese blend 1 can of cream of chicken soup 1 can Rotel 1 can green chilies 1/2 cup of milk Cover with cheese salt and pepper to taste! Bake at 350 for 20 minutes

Second Chance to Dream: Back to School Sandwich-less Lunch Ideas

Smashed Sweet Potatoes-Spicy, sweet, crunchy outside

Serve ice cream for a crowd in slices instead of scoops. {OH MY WORD THIS IS LIFE CHANGING}

ridiculously easy peach crunch cake

Pumpkin coffee cake with brown sugar glaze

Best way to cook zucchini and carrots. AMAZING! The zucchini is good, but the carrots are out of this world good...they taste like sweet potato fries!

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Let food be thy medicine. I love it!

mighty tasty mini lasagnas. >>this would be great to bring to a party. Looks pretty simple!!

1 cup Countrytime Lemonade mix, 2 cups cold water, 1 can of chilled pineapple juice {46 oz}, 2 cans chilled Sprite = best lemonade stand in the neighborhood.

TIP! Easiest way to cook Corn on the Cob! The OVEN! Who knew. at 350° for 25-30 minutes. That’s it. Leave the husk on, it will trap in the moisture, leaving you with juicy, tender corn. The husk and silk will peel away easily once it’s cooked.