Watermelon and Strawberry Lemonade

Watermelon and Strawberry Lemonade

Only 500 Calories for the WHOLE loaf!! my new favorite dessert!

Only 500 Calories for the WHOLE loaf!! my new favorite dessert!

dish for taking to people who have had babies, surgery, etc.  4-6 raw chicken breasts, new potatoes, green beans (fresh or canned-really any green veggie would work. Broccoli is good, too).  Arrange in 9x13 dish.  Sprinkle with a packet of Italian dressing mix and then top with a melted stick of butter.  Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.  Enjoy!

dish for taking to people who have had babies, surgery, etc. 4-6 raw chicken breasts, new potatoes, green beans (fresh or canned-really any green veggie would work. Broccoli is good, too). Arrange in 9x13 dish. Sprinkle with a packet of Italian dressing mix and then top with a melted stick of butter. Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Enjoy!

Crescent rolls, slice of Brie, slice of tart apple, pecans, drizzle of honey. 375 oven for 13 to 15 minutes.

Crescent rolls, slice of Brie, slice of tart apple, pecans, drizzle of honey. 375 oven for 13 to 15 minutes.

Pumpkin roll: My favorite fall dessert!

LIBBY'S® Pumpkin Roll

Pumpkin roll: My favorite fall dessert!

Weight Watchers Red Velvet

Red Velvet Cake Recipe - 4 Point Value

Weight Watchers Red Velvet

a website with tons and tons of packable lunch ideas!

a website with tons and tons of packable lunch ideas!

smore rice krispy treats

smore rice krispy treats

A standard tip for freezing ground foods or thick sauces in small portions is to first put the food into a large freezer bag and press it out as flat as possible, eliminating air pockets. (Making it thin speeds up defrost time due to the increased surface area, and pressing out excess air guards against freezer burn.) Use a long chopstick or ruler to create divisions within the food, forming individual portions. This way when you freeze the entire bag, you’ll be able to quickly break off…

A standard tip for freezing ground foods or thick sauces in small portions is to first put the food into a large freezer bag and press it out as flat as possible, eliminating air pockets. (Making it thin speeds up defrost time due to the increased surface area, and pressing out excess air guards against freezer burn.) Use a long chopstick or ruler to create divisions within the food, forming individual portions. This way when you freeze the entire bag, you’ll be able to quickly break off…

Cupcakes...om nom nom :)

Cupcakes...om nom nom :)

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