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  • in reply to: Free samples of Truffle Therapy Serum #453680
  • in reply to: MYO: Edible Tempura Paint #453183

    thank you for sharing this, we’re decorating sugar cookies today and these will really come in handy.

  • in reply to: Chili’s Gift Card – FREE $10 Bonus Gift Card #446076

    Thanks for sharing this one, we eat at chilis a couple times a month for lunch because its close by. It’s nice to get the free cards for money we were spend regardless!

  • in reply to: Countdown to Christmas Day #4 (2 days left!!) #446066

    What one recipe do you HAVE TO HAVE every year? Share your favorite Christmastime Recipe- it can be for breakfast, lunch, dinner, appetizer, dessert etc.

    Only 1 recipe? I’d have to say that it’s just NOT christmas without Gingerbread Pancakes for breakfast!

    Christmas Gingerbread Pancakes
    1 cup all-purpose flour
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
    1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
    1 egg
    3/4 cup milk
    2 tablespoons molasses
    1 tablespoon canola oil
    6 tablespoons maple pancake syrup
    3/4 cup apple pie filling, warmed
    3 tablespoons dried cranberries

    In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, and allspice, mixing well. Then add egg, milk, molasses and oil; stir into dry ingredients just until moistened.
    Pour batter by 1/4 cupfuls onto a greased hot griddle over medium heat; turn when bubbles form on top. Cook until the second side is golden brown.

    To serve, place two pancakes on each plate; drizzle with 2 tablespoons syrup.
    Top with 1/4 cup apple pie filling; sprinkle with cranberries.
    This serves 2, but can be doubled, tripled, whatever.

  • in reply to: What top 5 things are a *Must Have* in your pantry? #442581

    What 5 items are a “Must Have” in your Pantry and Why?

    I like to keep my pantry loaded, I hate running out of food, it’s a childhood thing, lol.

    two cents Dry Baking Goods, Flour, sugar, brown sugar, powdered sugar, homemade baking mixes, etc

    two cents Canned goods- store bought, I don’t home can much

    two cents Spices & seasonings- we do make All of our own spices mixes now

    two cents Meal Baskets- I learned this here on the site, you have 5 baskets and put all of your meal ingredients in each basket with the recipe card so anyone in the house can start dinner

    two cents Potatoes & Onion – big basket of both.

    thanks for the challenges, btw, love them!

  • Congrats Tash! I saw the notification pop up, but I was in the middle of writing out a new recipe and I have a ninja aleady so I thought i’d let it go to the next person in line. To be honest I was rather curious how this whole surprise challenge thing would play out!

    I love these new additions to the site, it’s fun.

  • in reply to: Sunday Morning Roll Call!!! 8-4-2013 #440898

    Hi Everyone, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted, but it looks like I picked a good day to check in! I spent the day cleaning house and trying to get things accomplished around here. I’ve been wanting to decorate for autumn, but its still far too hot.

  • in reply to: FREE Metamucil Sample #440021

    for the first 10,000! They will doing this every Monday from May 20 – July 1, 2013

    Limit one coupon per household. Offer includes 2 Metamucil sachets and a $2.00 Metamucil coupon good through 11/30/2014.
    Please allow approximately 4-6 weeks for delivery.
    Open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S. and D.C.

    who are 18 or older, with the exception of residents of al and ne who must be 19 or older and residents of MS who must be 21 or older.

  • in reply to: Vidalia Onion Spread #435977

    This sounds like a really simple appetizer recipe! Thanks! I have some family coming up this weekend to stay and this one will be good to snack on, although I may try it with low fat mayo.

  • in reply to: Free Sample of SafeHands Alcohol Free Hand Sanitizer #432570

    You can get safe hands classic or safesquirts (for kids)

    benefits

    • alcohol-free
    • bold, colorful scents
    • foaming sanitizer
    • safe around children
    • planet friendly

    there is a little drop down box at the bottom

  • in reply to: Newbie from Minnesota #432446

    Hi! Welcome to budget101.com 🙂 It sounds like you are a really busy lady most of the time. Do you cook for a lot of people or just for the 2 of you? There is a forum on here for recipes for 2 – for making smaller meals, or you could make regular (larger serving) meals and then freeze the leftovers so all you have to do is reheat them on busier days.

    I’ve been on here awhile myself, I just love this site.:meatballs:

  • in reply to: Grilled Chicken and Apple Sandwich #432445

    @mos 228827 wrote:

    Grilled Chicken and Apple Sandwich
    Or cook on dual-contact indoor grill for 3-5 minutes until bread is golden brown. Serves 6.
    :springsmile:

    This is very good in sun dried tomato wraps for lunch! I used leftover chicken that I grilled, rather than canned chicken. I knew I wasn’t going to have time to grill it but we lightly heated them in the counter toaster oven.

    Delish! :loveshower:

  • @bridgewitch 239161 wrote:

    just charged me 3.49 for this free book at 12:05..and I sent links to several other people as wel

    That’s odd, it went to $0.00 in my timezone at midnight- and it’s showing $0.00- If it wasn’t showing $0.00 for the price yet, why did you buy it?? You should’ve waited a few more minutes until it could update. It was probably loading a cached page from you looking at it already.

  • in reply to: oatmeal question #432009

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen the bacon syrup before! That sounds interesting! My nephew puts bacon on just about everything he eats, that would make a fun stocking stuffer for him.

  • in reply to: Hawaiian Tropical Luau Party Ideas- on a Budget! #431888

    Liss, you’re trying too hard, lol. Just serve your key west grilled chicken recipe that will fill them up!

    You could use brightly colored paper plates to serve things on. Add a couple blow up beach balls around for decor.

    For a dessert- make a Hawaiian Wedding cake, it’s always a very big hit at parties. Basically you bake a yellow cake in a 9×13 pan. Cool, Poke Holes over the cake.

    open a 20 oz can of crushed pineapple and pour over the cake evenly, place in fridge.

    In a bowl Mix beat 1 pkg cream cheese together until fluffy and then add 1 pkg of vanilla pudding and 2 c. cold milk. Beat until smooth, spread over cake on top of the pineapple.

    Take 1 tub of cool whip, add 1 c. flaked coconut, mix well, spread over the top of the pudding layer. Place in fridge till ready to serve.

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