Monthly Archives: March 2011

Low-Fat Zucchini Bread

Last night for Family Home Evening, we talked about taking care of our bodies.  We talked about what foods are good and which are bad for the lesson.  We did a 10 minute pilates workout for the activity.  Then we … Continue reading

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Won-Ton and Kicker Sauce

My sister-in-law is a gold mine of fabulous recipes.  They’re delish, simple, and full of familiar ingredients.  For Christmas, she compiled a few family recipes and gave them out in personalized books. Every two weeks, I sit down and make … Continue reading

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Homemade French Bread and Bruschetta

I have a husband who LOVES French bread.  He can get 2 lovely loaves at Sam’s club for just under $2, and he most always does when we chance to make it over there.  The only problem?  ”Over there” is … Continue reading

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Jelly Pastries

Good morning. I woke up with a hankering for something different for breakfast this morning, probably because my husband has been making sure the kitchen is clean before we go to bed at night and waking up to a clean … Continue reading

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Oatmeal Carmelitas

I made this dessert yesterday.  We served it as the refreshments for New Beginnings for our Young Women.  We served it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzled caramel topping over each plate. It is TO DIE FOR. … Continue reading

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Sausage Souffle

This was a practice dish. I’ve been wanting to test it out to see if I wanted to make it for Easter morning. If I can get all my ducks in a row (they weren’t in a row yesterday when … Continue reading

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