Monthly Archives: March 2018

Easy Italian Meat Balls

Hi Guys, I”m back with another of my recipes that is easy, tasty and inexpensive.  This is my meatball recipe.  My family loves when I make these and they are also a meal that I can make ahead and freeze.  I love when I can just pull out a meal from the freezer and pot it in the oven.  This is great for a work night less than an hour and dinner is done.

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Ingredients

2 lbs of ground beef ( or turkey)

1 tsp. onion powder

1 tsp. garlic powder

1 tsp. parsley

¼ cup fresh parmesan cheese

1 tsp. oregano

1 egg

½ cup bread crumbs

Steps:

In a medium bowl add the ground beef or turkey and then the egg and mix well.

Then add in the remaining ingredients and blend very well. If meat is dry add in another egg or if meat is to moist add in more bread crumbs.

Using a cook sheet lined with tin foil scoop out about ¼ cup for each meat ball and form into a round circle as best as you can.

Put in oven at 375 degrees for about 30 minutes uncovered.

Serve with side of your choice.

 

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Something On A Stick Day

 

Today is something on a stick day and I thought I would share some ideas for food that you can make and eat from a stick.

This is my sandwich on a stick.  It is healthy, fun and gluten-free.   You can find out how I did this on my site.

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This was a childhood favorite of mine, the corn dog.  I love these as a kid and even know occasionally eat them.   For the full recipe click on the link below and it will take to you JustATaste.com.

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Here are also some good and easy desserts to make on a stick.   My favorite is the chocolate covered banana on a stick.   You can get the full recipe click on the link below Feeling Foodish.com.

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Strawberry shortcake is another favorite of mine.  Here is a recipe you should try.

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Enjoy today Something On A Stick Day.

 

 

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Crispy Chicken Cutlets oven Fried

Hey guys, I just had to share this recipe I found on Pinterest. This is absolutely delicious and you have to try this. The original pin is under my Pinterest board Healthily Dinners. I did do some modifications but not many.

This is what I did but I will leave the original source below so you can visit their site.

Original source: Keyingredient.com

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Ingredients

¼ cup parmesan cheese, grated

1 cup Panko bread crumbs                        IMG_3413

½ tsp paprika

1 tsp dried parsley

1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp onion powder

Salt and pepper to taste

4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, about 1 pound (butterflied)

Directions

Preheat oven to 400°F.

In a zip lock bag put the butterflied chicken breast and season them with ½ teaspoon each of garlic powder and onion powder, and salt to taste. Let the chicken marinade for about 30 minutes but the longer the better.

Put the panko on a large enough plate and start adding the other half of the garlic and onion powder, parsley, paprika, and salt and pepper to taste. Mix the panko well so that all the seasonings are blended into the panko.

Take the chicken breast and coat each well and then place the coated chicken on a non-stick baking sheet.

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Bake the chicken for about 35 – 45 minutes or until done. This will depend on your oven.

 

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Plan With Me Mar 26th – April 1st

Hey guys, Here is my weekly spread and what layouts I did for this week.  I hope you like and maybe it gives you some ideas.

I also have videos on these and the link to my channel is below.

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This is my Classic Happy planner I used a kit from Brandshop.

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This is my Mini Happy planner and the kit if from Adorably Amy Designs

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For my Recollections spiral I used a kit from NashsPrintwork.

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First Card Made

Hi Guys, I just made this card and wanted to share with you.  I did this for a collab with TT Scraps/CreativeChaos1739/TracyPlans.  This was so much fun and may want to do more projects like this.  It took less than 5 minutes to make and it was easy.

 

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Breakfast for Dinner

What a better way to finish off the day then having breakfast for dinner. This is such a fun dinner idea for the family. My kids are grown but they still love having breakfast for dinner. Who don’t want to have bacon, eggs, sausage, and pancakes for dinner? I can’t think of anyone.
I hope you enjoy and hope this gives you another easy and fun idea for dinner.
For the eggs we added in peppers, cheese, and tomatoes. These eggs are so good you have to try them.

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Plan With Me March 19th – March 25th

This week I did my weekly that had a theme to them.  This was so much fun and  all my layouts are amazing.

This was under the sea for my Classic Happy planner.

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47FF62A3-9103-4C35-BD96-31C8F850DB4EFor my Recollections Spiral planner I did a black and white theme.

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