Turkey and Cheese Sandwich bake

This is a fun and easy lunch to make.  The kids will love this one.


1 Pillsbury pizza dough

6 slices of turkey slices        img_0718.jpg

6 slices of sharp cheddar cheese slices

2 tbsp. melted butter


Pre-heat oven to about 425 degrees

Roll out the pizza dough from the package on a cooking sheet pan

Put a layer of turkey slices and then a layer of cheese slices

Cut slits in the pizza dough on each side so you can wrap them on top of the filling.

Brush the melted butter on top of loaf

Put in oven and cook for about 10 to 15 minutes or follow the directions of the pizza dough package.

Let cool for 5 minutes and cut into slices

Note: you can use what ever cheese or deli meat you have on hand





Steak Sandwiches

Here is a quick and easy dinner we do.  This take less then 30 minutes to do after a long day at work.



1 package of think steak meat

2 tsp. garlic powder   IMG_0720

2 tsp. onion powder

2 tsp. season salt

1 to 2 tbsp. oil

pepper to taste


Season the all of the steak with the seasoning and let marinade for about 30 minutes to an hour.

Put oil in a frying pan on medium heat.

Add in as many steaks that your pan will hold and cook. Each side should only take 5 minutes to cook and then turn the steak over and cook the other side.

Take out of pan and place on a paper towel lined plate and finish cooking steaks if needed.

Serve this on French bread with whatever condiments you would like.

Note: You can marinade the meet while you are at work.  Serve with chips, fries, or a salad.

Happy Mail From Etsy

Yes I am at it again.  I have purchased more kits on Etsy.  I hope you go and check these shops out.  Their prices are good, and the product is amazing.

This is from XoMama and there is a 15% off code if you are subscribed to @Home with Tanya on YouTube.


and more….


and then @Adorably Amy

I had to get the wacky monthly holiday’s for my personal planner.


Spicy Cauliflower

Here is a good healthy snack that you will enjoy.  This is a big hit in my house.  I found this on FaceBook some time ago.


Ingredients:                IMG_0672

½ cup hot sauce

1 tbsp. melted butter

1 tsp. garlic powder

1 or 2 heads of cauliflower


Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees

Cut the cauliflower into pieces and set aside.

Melt the butter in a microwave safe dish or in a pot on the stovetop and add this to the hot sauce stir well. Now add in the garlic powder and mix this in well.

Add in the cauliflower to the mixture and stir until all of the cauliflower is coated well.

Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray with a non-stick spray so the cauliflower won’t stick to the pan.

Put the cauliflower on the sheet and spread around evenly.

Cook in oven for 20 to 25 minutes


This is how we make our flautas.  I learned this from my childhood best friends.  These are so devious and bad for you, but once you try them you will want to make them.  They are also fairly easy to make.



1 or 2 pks of Corn tortillas

2 or 3 chicken breast (you can also use steak)

3 cups Mexican cheese (Chihuahua)

Tooth picks                IMG_0667

1 to 2 cups of Oil


Chicken seasonings

1 tbsp. Sazon complete

1 tbsp. Adobo

½ tbsp. Garlic powder

½ tbsp. Onion powder

2 cups of Chicken broth

1 pk of Sazon

3 tbsp. safrito

Steps to cook the chicken:

Put the chicken in a crock-pot along with all the seasonings and let this cook for about 3 hours on high until chicken is tender to shed.

Once the chicken is done, let it cool for a few minutes and then shred the chicken.

Prepare a workstation for assembling of the flautas.


Steps for making the flautas:

Lay a tortilla down on a clean surface and add the about a tablespoon of the chicken on top of the tortilla. Then add heaping tablespoon of cheese on top of the chicken.

Roll the filled tortilla as tight as you can without breaking it. Insert a toothpick at the seam of the tortilla to help hold it together when you fry. Prepare all your flautas and place on a cookie sheet until ready to fry.


*I ran out of toothpicks so we used skewers*

Heat oil until hot. You can test the oil by adding one flauta to the oil to see if the oil sizzles. When the oil is hot, put about 5 flautas in the oil and cook for about 5 minutes or until brown on that side. (Overloading the pan will cause the temperature of the oil to drop, which could result in oily flautas).   Turn flauta to cook the other side. The frying process for each batch should take about 10 minutes.


Once the flautas are golden brown take them out of the oil and place them on a paper towel line plate. Repeat steps until all of the flautas are cooked.

Serve this a snack or dinner with Arroz con gandules. That is what we do, and yummy it is.


I thank you

I want to start off with saying thank you to anyone who has stopped by my blog even if it was just for a few seconds.
I really appreciate you visiting my site and seeing all the recipes that I cook for my family. As time goes on I am learning more and you will see more improvements. This is a slow process for me but I am getting there.
This is still the beginning for me and hope to keep you coming back. If there is any recipe you would like me to make and post please let me know. I always like trying new foods and ideas.
Thanks again and have a wonderful day.


Thank you pic

PWM Week of July 31 thru Aug 6th

Where is the time gone?   We are now moving into August I barely got to enjoy summer.

Here is my layout for the next week.  Its shark attack by SG Stationary.  I love the color of this week’s layout.   It’s simple but very fun.


I also did my monthly layout for August.  I do my monthly printable myself and make it what I want.  I loved the way it came out.  I did this one myself.  I just used some date covers and wash.  It’s not much but this works for me.


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