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  • in reply to: Salted Caramel Apple Crisp from Crunchmaster #463056

    They are sold at Publix and most likely other grocery stores as well besides walmart. I Googled it before and got Amazon.

  • in reply to: Salted Caramel Apple Crisp from Crunchmaster #463052

    Its a type of cracker. You can find them in the us, not sure about over seas.

  • in reply to: Espresso Caramels Recipe #463051

    Try 4-6 beans then measure.

  • in reply to: Countdown to Christmas Day one #446213

    We start with cookies, decorating the tree and for me hearing the snoopy red baron christmas song on the radio.

  • in reply to: B101 Christmas Eve Challenge! #446212

    Dear Santa,

    I wish i could have my baby girl Caitlyn who passed away last year to share one more holiday with. We miss her so much. Thats all.

  • in reply to: Countdown to Christmas Day #4 (2 days left!!) #446146

    My pumpkin cheesecake. Every year I make this cheesecake and everyone loves it! It’s the perfect mix between pumpkin and cheesecake. I got my recipe from my Treasury of TOP Secret Recipes. I love making this cheesecake despite the crack that always happens. I really could care less about this I care more for the ohh’s and ahh’s I get from it when people try it.

    PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE

    1 1/2 cup graham cracker crumbs
    5 Tbsp. butter, melted
    1 cup plus 1 Tbsp. sugar
    3 80z. pkg. of 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened
    1 tsp. vanilla
    1 cup pumpkin puree (see my note in the pumpkin pie recipe)
    3 eggs
    1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice

    Preheat oven to 350. Make the crust by combining the first 3 ingredients, stirring well enough to coat all the crumbs with butter. Press the crumbs onto the bottom of a springform pan. Bake the crust for 5 min.

    In a large bowl combine the cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla. Mix with an elevtric mixer until smooth. Add the pumpkin, egges and pumpkin pie spice and continue to beat until smooth and creamy. Pour batter into the pan. Bake for 60-70 min. The top will be a bit darker at this point. Remove from the oven and allow the cake to cool. When the cake has come to room temp. place in the fridge. Serve with whipped topping or some other kind of topping.

    Enjoy!

  • in reply to: Countdown to Christmas Day one #445857

    We leave a set if dishes on the table in a spot that noone sits at to represent our military that didn’t make it home and is overseas serving.

  • in reply to: All About You . . . #442160

    1. What Brought you here? (aka how did you find the site?) The homemade mixes recipes
    2.

    What areas of the site most interest you? The homemade mixes recipes and the MYO recipes
    3. Aside from House/rent, What do you spend the most money on every month?

    Food
    4. What do you hope to learn/find here on Budget101? MYO household cleaners, mixes, condiments
    5.

    Is there something you’ve been searching for, recipe, idea, etc? not really I usually find it here if I am looking for something.

    Bonus: What kind of “prizes” would you like to be able to win on our challenge questions? Gift cards to amazon, spa gift cards.

  • in reply to: Fig Jam #441710

    Sadly all 4 jars I got were gone in a month and half…dang on PB&J sandwich eating fools in my house.

  • I have been making my own laundry detergent for 3 years now. I use 1 box of borax (I usually call to get a coupon) 1 box of washing soda (I email to get coupons) and 1 small container of oxyclean/ sun(also coupons here) and 1 box of ivory soap flakes (thank you fred meyer). It lasts me about 6-8 months per each time I make it, and it’s all HE safe! I cook from scratch and make my own seasonings (Thanks bunches Budget 101…the chili seasoning is my fave!). We also over make waffles and freeze the rest and heat in the toaster oven, I have a niffty pop tart machine (clearance from target) to make pizza pockets or whatever pocket and don’t buy it in the store.

  • in reply to: What are you reading? #435844

    I’m reading murder on the menu it’s a cooking class mystery ebook till I start on 3 cups of tea for my book club

  • in reply to: What is your weather like today? #435843

    Well here in yucky Washington its rainy as usual

  • in reply to: Copy Cat Red Robin Seasoning #435842

    You can use it on ground beef, chicken, French fries and more

  • in reply to: Freezer Cooking/OAMC/Bulk Cooking Section #432621

    thanks liss for the link!

  • in reply to: Freezer Cooking/OAMC/Bulk Cooking Section #432576

    I too would be interested in freezer friendly meals. With cub scouts and frg and more going on I’d love to have a couple meals that hubby can just throw in the crockpot and call it a day.

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