Saturday, October 29, 2011

BBQ Chicken Drumsticks

 Happy Early Halloween Everyone!
 I hope you all are well.  Times are busy and I think we all can use a break.  This easy recipe can give you an extra few minutes to sit down and relax. 

Chicken Drumsticks
Open Pit BBQ Sauce
Devils Spit BBQ Sauce

Mix equal parts of the BBQ sauces together and cover chicken. Bake in oven at 400 F degrees for 35-40 minutes or until done and the chicken is starting to pull away from the bone.  Serve with baked potato wedges or pasta, as I did in my case.  The little one prefers pasta at the moment.  
We already got to go Trick or Treating downtown yesterday, and she had a blast.  
 Have a great Saturday!!

Roasted Potato Salad - BEST EVER!

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Simple Egg Hashbrown Bake

Got 5 Minutes?  This dish is simple and makes a great brunch.
This recipe is for 1. 

1 Red potato, diced
1 Egg
1 Tbsp Olive oil
Dash of Oregano, salt & pepper
1 Tbsp. Shredded cheese

Mix potato with olive oil and seasonings.  Bake at 400 f degrees for 10 min in a metal pie pan.  Stir, and crack egg over top.  Bake an additional 7-10 minutes or until egg is cooked to your liking.  Eat. 

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Monday, October 24, 2011

Modern Table Lamp

One of our recent orders from our Etsy Shop.

It's our Doug Fir Modern Lamps that Andrew makes.
She's really pretty, and nicely polished. 

I like the unique wood grains, making it one of a kind. 

Those looking for Christmas Gifts, come check out our shop!

I also found a website for Toddler games and learning. 

It's called Toddler Toddler. You can check it out here.  I printed the page with rectangles and squares, and Claire helped me make them into people.  I want to try the Hi fives, low fives too. Just something to check out.  If you have any other site you like please share it with me!

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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Doug Fir Wood Felt Number Blocks

 We go to the Woodshop pretty often and our little one usually comes back with a piece or two of scrap wood. 
 My husband collected these for her before we left one day.  I thought they could use a little something.

 I painted on some numbers.
 And glued on the felt pieces with Elmers glue.  It's just what I had on hand at the time.  This only took me 5 minutes and she LOVES them.  So simple. So easy.  And to her, so great.

Have a great day everyone!

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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Ruffle Onesie

I made this ruffle below, 6 months ago, and finally put it on something.
5 Minutes later we're practically there.
I added a blue ribbon to cover the top of the ruffle. 


You can see my little girl wearing it here

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Friday, October 14, 2011

Chipotle Chili Chicken Sandwich

I wanted to try something different for dinner, but use up what I had in the fridge.  I had leftover Chili spiced chicken that I had baked.

Chicken cooked and sliced thin at an angle
Red onion
Spicy Chipotle sauce by Taco Bell ($1.50 in the store)
French Bread

Assemble in the order you like. 


I had this with potato salad and baked beans.  Nice simple dinner.
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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Southwestern Egg White Omlet - Guest Post Missy

2 Cups of Eggs Whites (from a carton)
1 slice Oven baked ham, chopped
1 Tbsp. red pepper, chopped
1 Tbsp. green pepper, chopped
1/2 Cup Finely Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Sour Cream

Spray Pan with non stick cooking spray.  Mix all ingredients and pour into hot pan.  Cook on medium heat for about 6 minutes.  Fold over, and cook an additional 2 minutes.  Slide onto plate and top with salsa and sour cream. 


Thanks Missy for sharing your recipe with us!  I'm ready to eat!

Roasted Potato Salad

There is also a new post on Amy & Jeremiah Photography!

You can check out the wedding here: Jack + Michelle

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Friday, October 7, 2011

Toddler Pants for 12-24 Months

I have been looking for leggings for my little girl.  I've seen some cute stuff, but I thought I'd try my hand at it.

I took a pair of her pants that fit well, and folded them in half.  I folded my fabric in half so I had a fold.  I cut around the pants leaving a 1/2" seam allowance.  You need to of the same. 

Right sides together, I sewed the crotch area only, stopping by the leg. I then sewed the hem of the pants.

Turn Pants, so they look like regular pants and pin and sew around from one leg around to the other.  Pretty self explanatory at this point.   

I added pajama elastic to the waist.  I made it 3/4 of the waist of the pants,and stretched it to fit as I sewed.

They turned out so cute!  I love 'em.  They take 15 minutes, which is pretty fast.

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Bread Machine Bagels
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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Toddler Leggings from baby tights

 These cute leggings can help use up any battered or too small tights.  Mine were a little of both.
 Start with a pair of tights.
 I gauged the length by what she can wear now.
 I just cut of the bare minimum for the size I wanted. 
Pin on some lace around the bottom and sew on. 

Very cute. 

She loves 'em!

And so does her Mama!

Breakfast To Go

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