Chicken Pot Pie

I’m loving these cool, brisk nights of October. And when the weather starts cooling down like this, I find it’s the perfect time to break out my crockpot. Ah, yes my beloved crockpot, maker of many delicious soups and chile.One of my favorite cool weather meals when I was growing up, and still, is Marie Callender’s chicken pot pie. Oh, how I love it! The flaky pie crust with chicken and vegetables in a deliciously thick, golden sauce. Mmmm…...more

Sweet & Salty Snack Mix and Annie's Homegrown Giveaway

*This post contains affiliate links*I’ve recently teamed up with Annie's Homegrown to become a #teamannies Brand Ambassador. I just love these products as they incorporate healthy eating into our lifestyles. They use organic products which are free of artificial flavors, coloring, and preservatives. And y’all know I try to keep my eating healthy, except for the sweets, but hey, baby steps for me {smile}....more

Homemade Peanut Butter Pudding Parfaits

I hope you didn’t have too much of a bumpy ride this week as we finally reach our final destination at Peanut Butter Land! That’s right, anything and everything peanut butter! So all you peanut butter lover’s grab your spoons as we are about to dig into some…...more

Peanut Butter Whipped Cream

So glad you joined me on the peanut butter wagon last week because today we’re traveling a little farther down that road. We’re continuing the peanut butter love today with peanut butter whipped cream! Just thinking about it gives me shivers all over. Light and fluffy, creamy peanut butter whipped, just like 50 Shades of Grey, except faster and no marks!Just think of the possibilities for this whipped cream:...more

Soft & Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies with Candy Corn M&M's

It’s finally here, my favorite season of the year, Fall! I love the cooler temperatures and the changing colors of the leaves during this time, not to mention it’s football season..Yaay!And while everyone else is making everything pumpkin and apple right now, I’m off in another direction, marching to the beat of a different drummer, going towards….wait for it…..peanut butter! Ah yes, the creaminess and peanutty deliciousness of peanut butter....more

"Awesome Sauce" ~ Salted Caramel Coconut Sauce (Paleo friendly)

This recipe really ought to be called ‘Awesome sauce’ as it really is the most awesome tasting caramel sauce I’ve ever had! Ever. And it’s made with coconut milk!...more

Tangy Peach Mustard Wings

Ok, so this weekend I plan on getting stuff done that got put off from last weekend’s mayhem. Willy is resting back home comfortably, I’m off for the next few days (doing my happy dance), and its time for some football!I love Fall weekends as they are perfect for some cooking, baking, and watching the games. Y’all noticed I said games, as in multiple. Yep, I’m a football fan of both college and NFL. I do have to say, I love me some college football better because those guys play with heart. They’re not in it for the money. And don’t even get me started about them trying to pay college students for playing football. A game that they received their scholarships for to their school of choice. I think y’all can tell where I stand on that matter.Anywho, I’m just a little passionate about my football {smile}. And what’s the best type of food to eat while watching the game? That’s right, wings. Mmmm, meat falling off the bones, juicy, little finger food wings....more

No Bake Lemon Chiffon Pie ~ Only 4 Ingredients

What a weekend! I came home this past Friday from work to find my baby boy, Willy, missing. My other dogs were in my yard but no sign of Willy. Definitely not the way I wanted to spend my weekend as I was expecting to write up a post for y’all, bake something yummy, and get my game on with some football.Instead I spent Saturday and Sunday searching for my baby boy. I asked my neighbor’s if they had seen him and I actually was able to find out that they had seen him running up and down the street all day Friday but no one had seen him Saturday. So I hopped in my car and drove around town, stopping to ask strangers if they had seen him, and dropping off flyers....more

Jalapeno Turkey Burgers with Slaw

As summer is winding down, there’s still time to enjoy your end of summer grill outs with family and friends before it gets too cold to venture outside. Now everybody knows the all-American grill out involves hamburgers and hot dogs. But what do you do when you don’t eat beef or pork, like myself? You don’t want to feel left out and you also don’t want to feel like the “special diet” person.My go to “hamburger” is my jalapeno turkey burger. These are so good you can serve them to everybody instead of beef hamburgers and they won’t be asking "where’s the beef ?"....more

Seasoned Roasted Potatoes

The potato. It’s a staple vegetable in diets all over the world and can be prepared in many ways. You can bake it, boil it, fry it, grill it, mash it, steam it, microwave it, and roast it. You can top them with butter, sour cream, ketchup, chili, cheese, bacon, onions, or anything you desire. You can eat it as a meal or as a side dish. The options are endless as this little oblong vegetable is just that versatile. ...more