Easy Peasy Banana Muffins

We love this recipe because it is simple, the muffins are wonderfully moist and that cinnamon/vanilla really add a nice layer of flavor. They are Miss Sarah’s favoriteand super easy for her to help me make. It makes 12 larger sized muffinsbut you could easily double the recipe. These freeze well too!   Ingredients 1½ cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon […]

My Easy 5 Ingredient Reuben Chicken Casserole Recipe

Today I want to talk about a Reuben Chicken Casserole Recipe. Who doesn’t love a great sandwich? Especially a Reuben! The combination of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on rye bread is just irresistible. This easy 5-ingredient recipe will have you eating your favorite sandwich in no time! Where did Reuben Sandwiches Come From? Well, there are […]

Potato Bread!

20 years ago, at an outlet mall, we bought a bread machine for $59. That was a STEAL at the time because they were about $200 everywhere…being fairly new to the market. I used to use it A LOT.Used to, being the key words….because I made the simple Tupperware Burp Bread, Amish breads, etc…that really didn’t take much work.Well, we […]

Lemon Butter Baked Cod

This was a “new” to us recipe that I tried for dinner… tasty and super easy! I had about a pound and a half of cod loins, four of them that I thawed out, rinsed and patted dry. I squeezed the juice out of one lemon into a dish and added about a half of stick of melted butter. In another pan, I […]

How to Enjoy Valentine’s Day without Spending a Fortune

It’s frustrating if you’d like to spend more money on a loved one for Valentine’s Day than what’s allotted from your current budget. After all, it’s easy to get caught up on wanting to buy your significant other everything he or she desires, from chocolates, a movie and an expensive dinner. Instead of getting caught up in material items that […]

Salsbury Steak

Before you get too excited, it is basically fried large meatballs with an onion/mushroom brown gravy.   That being said, it IS yummy though and very easy to make! You start with ground beef…add in whatever you do to make meatballs (no Italian seasoning) and finely diced onions (half an onion to each pound of ground beef) Now, pan fry them. […]