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Flashback Friday – Pain Perdu

Pain Perdue |

Pain Perdu is also known as French Toast. In French, pain perdu means lost bread. The strawberry topping for this french toast has a special ingredient that is surprisingly refreshing! It would be a perfect thing to make for Valentine’s breakfast. Pain Perdu

Flashback Friday – Slow Cooker Pork Tacos

Slow Cooker Pork Tacos |

These pork tacos are a nice healthy meal coming in at 301 calories per taco pre-topping. Plus, the family loves them. There is an ingredient in there that you would never guess, but it add a nice sweetness. Pop on over to the recipe to see that special ingredient! Slow Cooker Pork Tacos

Flashback Friday – Mexican Pile Ups

Mexican Pile Ups |

Remember Hawaiian Haystacks? Well, the flashback recipe today is basically a Mexican version of those. The fun part of this is picking out the toppings. We have our favorites and I am sure you will too. Mexican Pile Ups

Flashback Friday – Cheddar Ham Soup

Cheddar Ham Soup |

Soup season is in full swing and if you haven’t made today’s flashback recipe before now, here’s your chance. This cheesy creamy soup base is full of veggies and ham. It really is an all in one meal, but I love to serve it with a green salad. Cheddar Ham Soup  

Flashback Friday – Ginger Snaps

Ginger Snaps |

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday. Today is the last cookie recipe! This is one I shared years ago and I decided it was ready for an update. They are great by themselves or try them with the recipes that I have for pumpkin dip or gingersnap dip! Ginger Snaps  

Flashback Friday – Hot Apple Cider

Hot Apple Cider |

Every Halloween we have 2 traditions – I make my mom’s chili and some kind of hot drink. I love to have something warm waiting at home to drink after a night of trick or treating. This is one of the recipes that I love to make. You can even make it once you get... Read More

Flashback Friday – Pumpkin Dip

Pumpkin Dip |

For today’s flashback, we are going back to a tasty pumpkin dip I shared October 2008! This dip is intended on being share with homemade ginger snap cookies. However, You can always go for store bought or even graham crackers would to. Pumpkin Dip  

Flashback Friday – Hula Joes

Hula Joes |

Sloppy Joes are a kids favorite. Today I am flashing back to a version that I shared called hula joes. The addition of sweet tangy pineapple works really well. Plus you use ground pork instead of ground beef. Try this one out on your family. Hula Joes