Thai Green Curry Chicken Burritos

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Let’s talk about all the things I can throw into a tortilla, shall we?  This week is Thai green curry chicken.  Yep, you read that right: Thai…Burritos. This whole crazy burrito thing start when I stopped in at Giant the other day to pick up rolls only they carry.  I was struggling with how to spice up our chicken for dinner and saw Campbell’s skillet sauces. I love anything that makes dinner easier but actually adds good flavors to the meal so I grabbed the Thai green curry version and hit the checkout line.  Of course, I rarely do anything just as the package says and so their suggestion to serve the meal over a rice totally went out the window in my kitchen.

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Gluten Free Loaded Cauliflower Soup

I’m not a gluten free eater.  I am fortunate to be able to have any of my meals with a healthy dish of gluten any time I want.  In fact, for the longest time, I turned my nose up at pretty much anything labeled gluten free convinced that it just couldn’t taste good.  Then, a friend of mine needed to go gluten free and I found myself exploring the world of gluten free cooking a little more so that I could continue to have her over for dinner without serving broccoli and water.  This loaded cauliflower soup is gluten free but you’d never know if I didn’t put it in the title. 

Gluten Free Loaded Cauliflower Soup #recipes #glutenfree

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Make Your Own Pasta Bar #ShareTheTable

This is a sponsored post written by on behalf of Barilla, but opinions are my own.

We are a busy family.  With two work out of the home parents, this blog, kid activities and a dozen other things going one, our schedule gets packed very quickly.  A lot of our meals used to be eaten in the carpool lane on our way to one activity or another.  After reading the statistics on how meals together can impact families {kids getting better grades, eating better foods and describing themselves as overall happier}, I decided that fast food restaurants had enough of my money! We decided to make sitting down for dinner together a HUGE priority in our life.  I mean we all have to eat anyways {doesn’t everyone?!} so why not make it the focus of reconnecting our family? Spending time with my family at the dinner table means we get to catch up on what is happened during the day, what the kids are excited about at school and just reconnect. 

Sometimes getting dinner on the table and actually being able to sit down and eat it becomes a challenge.  During those times, I turn to easy to make meals that I know everyone in my family will enjoy like pasta.  Of course, just like pretty much everything else in life, we all complete opposites on what we want ON our pasta so a make your own pasta bar is an awesome option for us.  I cook up a few ingredients and combine them with Barilla pasta sauce and let everyone put together their favorite dish!

Make Your Own Pasta Bar #ShareTheTable #pasta #recipes #ad

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Citrus Pork Chops with Apple, Orange and Fennel Salad Recipe

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Citrus Pork Chops with Apple, Orange and Fennel Salad #creativebias #recipe #spon

We eat a lot of chicken…like a ridiculous amount of chicken…in our house.  I buy chicken breasts in bulk so that I always have them around.  This past week, I wanted to break out of our chicken routine.  So, on our weekly trip to Costco (yes, weekly), I decided to pick up a package of their pork chops along with my usual fruit, water, chicken and milk.  I don’t think a week goes by that something at Costco doesn’t tempt me to go off of my shopping list!

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Teriyaki Chicken Kabobs and Sticky Finger Solutions

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Once the weather turns warm, I pretty much rely on our grill to cook all of our food.  There is literally nothing like enjoying a nice evening on the deck with a delicious meal from the BBQ.  Of course, a lot of those meals leave super messy hands behind after the stomachs are long full.  I like to keep a supplies on hand to make it easy to eat outside and clean up while we are there too.  I toss a few necessities into a little metal tub and it becomes our summer dinner “emergency kit.”

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20 Delicious Brunch Recipes

Brunch may be absolutely favorite meal of the day {well, besides dessert}.  It is the ultimate combination of breakfast foods and delicious lunch dishes too.  Plus, it typically happens a little later in the morning meaning I get a some extra sleep!  Oh, and the champagne and mimosas certainly help too.

With Easter and Mother’s Day fast approaching, I gathered up these 20 delicious brunch recipes to help you get started on planning the ultimate brunch!

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Peanut Butter Cookie Eggs

Every Thursday, I treat my daughter to pizza from her favorite place on our way to gymnastics.  Wegman’s pizza is a lot like New York style and she just loves it.  She also usually asks for some kind of dessert in the form of a donut or cookie.  This is how I discovered their peanut butter patties.  I grabbed one and threw it on our bag one time to enjoy as my own dessert.  Little did I know what I was getting or how delicious it would be!  It is an amazing combination of cookie, peanut butter and chocolate.  After having that first one, I knew I would have to figure out how to make my own and decided to make peanut butter cookie eggs for Easter.

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Brown Rice Salad with Seared Tuna

The weather is finally starting to warm up around here {I know you are glad because I will finally stop complaining} and that means it is salad season.  I’m not quite ready to dive into light, lettuce based salads but I have been eating more cool dishes like this brown rice salad with seared tuna.

Brown Rice Salad with Seared Tuna #recipes #salads

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Sleepover Planning: The Perfect Snack

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Six years old are funny.  They start to get all kinds of personality and have very specific ways they want things done. A few friends are planning a sleepover for one night of our upcoming spring break from school and I am getting “schooled” on good ideas for snacks.  Of course there will be the typical snacks of popcorn, cookies and candy.  But, I want to make sure there are a few wholesome snacks too that incorporate fruits or vegetables.  So, I did a few taste tests with her and we created what she called “the perfect snack.”

Strawberry Cream Cheese Crackers #snacks #recipes #SpreadtheFlavor #cbias

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Shannah’s Test Kitchen: Crockpot Beef Bourguignon

Awhile back, I was cruising the internet searching for recipes for my monthly meal swap.  I needed something fairly easy to multiply since I was making 5 batches but that was delicious too.  I picked a recipe from a very well known blog and bought all of the ingredients to make it.  Long story short…it was a flop.  There was absolutely no way the recipe would work as written and I spent over an hour trying to figure out  a way to make things work. That experience had me wondering if anyone had ever had those problems with one of my MY recipes and it turned out that I wasn’t along.  So, I reached out to a few other bloggers to create a fun new series called Shannah’s Test Kitchen.

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