Muffin Mix Pancakes – Quick & Easy Breakfast to Please the Whole Family!

Looking for a quick and easy breakfast that will satisfy the whole family’s flavor cravings?  Then you want to make Muffin Mix Pancakes!   I love making muffin mix pancakes because my son only likes chocolate chip pancakes – and personally I despise chocolate chip pancakes. BUT I do like blueberry pancakes!  Or wild berry. Or …
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Valentine Heart Cinnamon Rolls | Made from Canned Cinnamon Rolls!

Valentine Heart Cinnamon Rolls Taking a hint from our Snowman Cinnamon Rolls, we decided to try Valentine Heart Cinnamon Rolls!  No, I don’t make cinnamon rolls from scratch.  You’re going to be amazed at how easy these heart cinnamon rolls really are! You start with a can of these: Yep, just good ol’ Pillsbury Cinnamon …
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Sneaky Chef products are here for your Healthy After School Snacking Needs

Back to school means HUNGRY kids in the house at 3:30 every afternoon.  Or, since we homeschool, that means I have a hungry kid in the house all.day.long.   As G has gotten older, I have found it harder to find a balance when it comes to healthy snacking than it was when he was …
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“Kid-Approved” Healthy Spinach Muffins

Trying to get kids to eat veggies is HARD.   I’ll try anything to get more veggies in G.  Fortunately he LOVES these spinach muffins.  Not only is he getting a veggie but he’s getting a dose of fruit too! Ingredients: 1 cup pureed spinach 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1/2 cup …
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Easter Treat Idea – Empty Tombs or “Resurrection Rolls”

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  Easter Snack – Empty Tomb Rolls or “Resurrection Rolls”   Here’s a great idea to do with the kids to help them understand the reason for Easter.  I do this with my preschoolers every year and Bug and I did this this week too. Here’s what you need: Canned biscuits Large Marshmallows Spray margarine …
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Fish Sticks in a Blanket | One of Many Ways to Eat Seafood Twice a Week #eatseafoodtwiceaweek

Incorporating seafood into your weekly menu is important for your health! Studies show that a diet containing omega-3 fatty acids may: Promote heart health Decrease blood pressure, triglycerides, and cholesterol levels Improve arthritis and joint pain Lessen symptoms of depression and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Support eye health Enhance brain growth and development Aid …
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Frugal Kid’s Craft: Edible Pirate Ship

Here’s our fun kid crafts from Momondealz’s Kids Frugal Fun for this week!  I’m excited about these two crafts because Bug is a BIG pirate fan! Talk Like A Pirate Day is September 19th – so it would be a great day to try these two things out! Edible Pirate Ship Materials: Ice cream bowls …
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Sneaky Eats – Sweet Potato Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

If you have picky eaters in the family who snarl at the site of a vegetable you need to pick up a copy of Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food.  Bug, my sweet little boy who as a toddler ate everything – cole slaw, baked beans, peas, carrots, broccoli, salad, …
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Sneaky Eats: Sweet Potato Pancakes

If you have picky eaters in the family who snarl at the site of a vegetable you need to pick up a copy of Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food.  Bug, my sweet little boy who as a toddler ate everything – cole slaw, baked beans, peas, carrots, broccoli, salad, …
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Yummy Kid’s Recipe – Peanut Butter and Jelly Popsicles

Here’s a fun, new frozen treat from my friend Brett at This Mama Loves Her Bargains! Peanut Butter and Jelly Popsicles ½ cup peanut butter 1 cup plain yogurt 1 cup milk 4 tbsp honey, divided 2 tsp pure vanilla extract 1½ cups raspberries 2 cups raspberry juice Combine the peanut butter, yogurt, milk, 2 …
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Monday’s Money Saving Recipe – Cinnamon Toast

Like the Peanut Butter Marshmallow Crackers, this is another childhood favorite. I loved cinnamon toast for breakfast AND I loved even more when I was deemed old enough to MAKE MY OWN. Which was a big deal, it requiring the oven and all. :) But even for little ones, they can be involved in the …
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Monday’s Money Saving Recipe – Pizza Pita Pockets

These were so simply to make and SO yummy!  I love when an idea comes together.  :)  God bless Hubs too for always trying my “creations”, fortunately this one got the seal of approval! Pizza Pita Pockets Ingredients: Pitas Jar Pizza Sauce Sliced Pepperoni Shredded Mozzarella Cheese Cut pitas in half.  Spread pizza sauce inside …
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Easter Treat Idea – Empty Tomb Rolls

Here’s a great idea to do with the kids to help them understand the reason for Easter.  I do this with my preschoolers every year and Bug and I did this this week too. Resurrection Rolls or “Empty Tombs” Canned biscuits Large Marshmallows Spray margarine (or just melt some margarine and brush it on with …
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Fun, frugal, yummy Valentine’s Day Treat! Popcorn Marshmallow Hearts!

Each week Momondealz brings us a craft that is fun, educational, and frugal!  And this week’s just happens to be edible too! January 19th is National Popcorn Day and with Valentines less than a month away, this craft is a delicious and fun way to celebrate both! Materials/Ingredients: 2 Bags of Microwave Popcorn 3.5 Tablespoons …
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Monday’s Money Saving Recipe – Peanut Butter Marshmallow Crackers

When I was a kid I thought this was the BEST SNACK EVER. And even as an adult, I still think it’s pretty darn good. As a kid, I loved it because even at 4 years old, I got to help make it. It was such a treat that I loved every time we did …
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Lunchbox Ideas: Mac & Cheese Soup

My friend at Just Trying to Save Money has three girls in school right now.  She is packing their lunches every day to save money.  Here is one of the recipes she uses to keep their lunches exciting!  (Because no matter how much you like a PB&J, it just gets old after a while!) MAC …
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Feed the kids after school today with one of these 27 recipes!

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Feed the kid’s after school today with one of these 27 recipes!

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Are your kids always starving when they get home from school?  Are the whining about the same old snacks? Sign up for the Recipe Lion newsletter and you can download 27 Terriffic Snack Recipes.  Perfect for feeding hungry kids after a long day at school!

27 ways to put a stop to “Mom! I’m hungry!” – Get this afterschool snack recipes!

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Are your kids always starving when they get home from school?  Are the whining about the same old snacks? Sign up for the Recipe Lion newsletter and you can download 27 Terriffic Snack Recipes.  Perfect for feeding hungry kids after a long day at school!