Here in our Texas community families are counting down the days until school starts. August 25th. That’s just a little more than 3 weeks! And that’s when the chaos of early mornings, afternoon pickups, dance lessons, soccer games, homework, girl & boy scout meetings….well yeah ALL of that begins again. Time is precious but there is only so much of it in our days and sometimes it’s just easier to have things prepared for us in advance. For healthy snacking that’s already prepped for you, Chiquita Bites have you covered.
I love Fruity Pebbles. There I said it. I am not kidding. When my sister came to visit with her boys last year she was in my pantry and said “it was so nice of you to buy Fruity Pebbles for the kids for breakfast.” Umm yeah, okay, I went along with it 😉
It all stems from when I was a kid. You couldn’t get Fruity Pebbles in Canada (maybe you still can’t? I don’t know!). We would do our twice a year shopping trips over the border and my ‘treat’ was a box of Fruity Pebbles. I would ration that cereal like it was gold.
Greek yogurt is one of today’s most versatile ingredients. In her book, Toby shows how it can be used as a healthy replacement in classic family recipes and sweet tooth favorites. She also includes tips about what to look for when buying Greek yogurt, as well as its numerous health benefits.
Are you as excited as my daughter is about the release of the Disney movie FROZEN on DVD on Tuesday, March 18th? And I’m excited about the price rollback of the DVD at Walmart from $16.96 to $14.96. Even better…if you pick up some specially marked 24 ct. boxes of Eggo Waffles there’s a $5.00 coupon on it for the FROZEN DVD as well. Waffles and a movie…that’s some affordable entertainment right there folks!
The best football game party is going to be at your house this year! Just in time for February 2nd, El Monterey has the Best Taquitos of the Big Game for you and your friends to munch on while you cheer for your favorite team.
El Monterey has four new amazing tastes for their Taquito line up.
Not long ago one of my friends asked a question to “Texans” on Facebook. It was just after we moved here and I preceded my answer with “well I don’t know if I’m considered a ‘Texan’ yet…” The reply I got made me smile “If you live in Texas, you’re a Texan.” So I’m thrilled as a ‘Texan mom blogger’ to blog about Texas’ very own Wolf Brand Chili.
Our daughter loves meatballs. It’s one of her favorite foods to eat. Maybe because they’re a “mini” food, I don’t know but if meatballs are on the menu, she’s a happy girl. Last May when her BFF graduated from high school, at her open house party there was a slow cooker full of meatballs. Amber was in heaven, as a matter of fact she was talking about those meatballs all summer (yeah, she needs some more extra curricular activities apparently).
One of my favorite things to eat is popcorn. I love it. Buttered, savory, sweet. Any of those ways is a good way to eat popcorn. I have made a couple of recipes of sweet popcorn mixes before on my blog, but I’ve never done popcorn balls before.
It made me especially happy to see Good Cook doing a Popcorn Event this month. They sent their Kitchen Experts a range of products to create tasty popcorn balls to kick the event off.
If you’re looking for the ultimate popcorn recipe for an epic movie night at home, this is it.
We’ve been spending most of our evenings indoors the past couple of weeks, because it’s so hot. We did venture out to check out our local library the other day, and I borrowed Jurassic Park in 3D on DVD to watch. I decided we had to have something completely yummy to nosh on while we watched it because dinosaurs in 3D are just scary even if they are 20 years old and computer generated, and quite honestly popcorn makes everything better.