Archive for the ‘Lunch’ Category
We are looking for a way to make things cheaper this year and sandwiches are a big part of our warm weather eating. I am always looking for a new and simple sandwich ideas and, I decided to list the most common ones we eat. I am sure they are nothing special but, maybe someone out there didn’t think of one. I hope you will try them! read the rest of this entry »
While on Twitter one day, I saw a tweet by a local sweetheart, Rebecca Regnier. It was a recipe for Philly Chicken Puffs. (Make sure you check out her video, she is so funny!) I knew I wanted to make these because who doesn’t love cheese and chicken? It was a fast and easy finger food that the boys would love. My version is only slightly different so check them both out!
Growing up in Texas, there are some things you learn at a young age: which snakes are poisonous, what to do in case of a tornado, and that canned chili is like salsa from New York City – it’s just not done! With this thought in mind, you can imagine how my family reacted when I told them I was using Wolf Brand Chili instead of homemade for the first Frito Pie of Fall. For those who don’t know Frito Pie, it’s pretty much like it sounds: a base of corn chips and chili with whatever toppings sound good that day. We generally stick with the basics of onions, cheese and sour cream, but have been known to add salsa, corn, or anything else that happens to be in the refrigerator.
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I found this on MissionMenus.com this morning. You’ll love this simple recipe that borrows from an old standby and turns it into something new, tasty and exciting. I am not sure who is going to like this more, me or the boys! Let me know what you think if you try it!
- 2 Medium/Soft Taco Flour Tortillas
- 4 tablespoons Creamy Peanut Butter
- 2 tablespoons Strawberry Jam, Jelly, or Preserves
- 2 bananas, peeled
- Place tortillas on a paper towel and microwave for 10 seconds.
- Spread 2 tablespoons peanut butter on each tortilla.
- Add 1 tablespoon jelly to each tortilla.
- Place the banana near the edge of the tortilla and fold up the ends of the tortilla.
- Roll-up and enjoy!