Frugal fun in the kitchen. Just four ingredients. Plus one or more children equal a fun time making hot chocolate mix for gifts. Mixing up lots of fun at $5 Dinners today!
A while back, there was a little bakery that sold peanut butter Rice Krispy treats. Now just that is a treat itself. Even at $1 a piece. The topper was – those krispy treats were topped with chocolate! So, the children and I set out to recreate this specialty with our favorite SunButter. We simply followed the directions in the recipe on the SunButter site,
Another peanut butter recipe from Southern Plate turned SunButter recipe for Hodgepodge! No bake with yummy ingredients. And yet another afternoon of cooking fun. Mixing and stirring! A great way to get oatmeal in these children. Anything with SunButter! Click over to Southern Plate for the recipe: Peanut Butter No Bake Cookie Bites and just wholesale replace that peanut butter with allergy-friendly SunButter. For all
We go through some SunButter in our household. Our typical order is two 5 lb. buckets each month. However, this time we thought we’d give Crunchy SunButter, available in 1 lb jars, a try. We’d been wanting to. And so, we placed an order for six 1 lb jars of crunchy. Crunchy SunButter made our day by arriving after lunch on a Tuesday. A whole
Ah, Pinterest. A wealth of inspiration. Like these wonderful No-Bake Energy Bites. Adapted for our allergy-friendly needs with our favorite SunButter. Yum. Yum. Yum. Easy for children to mix up for a little cooking fun. Delicious with ground flax seed, coconut, honey, oatmeal, chocolate chips and SunButter. But simply not enough for us! Next time we will have to double the recipe because we loved
I learned how to eat this yummy snack when I couldn’t eat wheat. I’m glad I can have gluten now. But I still LOVE this! Nana said she used to have it for breakfast when she was a little girl. I eat it for breakfast sometimes. But mostly for an afternoon snack. : Melted Cheese Ingredients: a handful of shredded cheese (or a slice off
The essence of summer – peaches. Smoothies made with our homemade yogurt. I have timed it the last several times I’ve made the yogurt so that it will be our breakfast the next day. Oh how slow cooker yogurt has changed our lives! Smoothies! Just pour your fresh yogurt into your blender. Add your choice of fresh fruit. Middle Girl likes a touch of vanilla.
Got cucumbers? Nana did! She was given a whole bunch of cucumbers. And guess what we did? We made pickles from the Duggar family recipe like we have done before. It goes like this. We rinsed the cucumbers. We got to rinse the jars. We unwrapped the garlic. I loved the way it smelled. Nana sliced the cucumbers into spears then we packed them into