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Monday, January 12, 2009

few new recipes to help make a happy home




Making a happy home involved making a menu, shopping, and straightning the pantry and the freezer to put up the groceries. This involved buying 2 weeks worth of groceries and spicing up the family meal plan.


I needed to spice the meals in my home up a bit. Meal time is always great here but sometimes we get in ruts and need to spice it up so here is what I found

Truckstop Biscut and Gravy
2 can fridge biscuts
lb hamburger
1/2 t pepper
1/2 t garlic
5 c milk
1/2 c flour
2 cream cheese

Bake biscuts Brown meat add spices Mix milk and flour Shake Pour milk into skillet Add cheese Cook Stir often til thickened and cheese melts Spoon over biscuts

All American Cheeseburgers
lb hamburger brown drain
3 T catsup
2 t mustard
2 c velvetta
10 buns

Place hamburger in crockpot add next 2 Mix Top with cubed cheese Cover Cook Low 4 hours Mix Spoon on buns


Food always helps to make happy family and home. I am also looking for any great recipes to try. My family seems to enjoy new recipes.

to find more ideas on making a happy home you can visit As for me and my house
more homemaker monday tips can be found at 11th Heaven's Homemaker Haven
Talk about teusday tips can be found at the lazy organizer so go there to check out more tips on how to be more organized
Tempt my tummy Tuesdays at BlessedwithGrace has lots of great recipes and ideas
Kitchen Tip Tuesday at Tammys Recipes is a great place to visit for more ideas
Make something Monday at Go Graham Go

9 comments:

  1. I find making menus help me too. I like trying new things but my family is a little picky. Have fun trying new things. Taste of Home & Allrecipes are some of my favorite sites.

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  2. Thanks for linking up!!!

    I'm having to work on that, too....you know my freezer problem. :)

    I tend to write down meal "suggestions" get enough for a few weeks, then don't eat it all and decide to run to the store for something else...because of that, our bill has been outrageous! I'm working on that.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  3. That truckstop biscuits and gravy sounds wonderful!

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  4. Annie,
    Thank you for visiting my blog. I love cooking and always looking for new things to make that the family will love and I think these would make the list.
    I am going to go read more on your blog. Loving it!
    Hugs, Bobbi Jo-AZ

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  5. I would love to help you. I have found all my inspiration from the internet. Family Fun Magazine has lots of fun ideas. Here is the link that shows the butterfly.
    http://jas.familyfun.go.com/recipefinder/display?id=50107
    I used their basic idea and modified it a little. I actually shaped the cake itself instead of drawing on it and I used cake for the body part instead of using twinkies. I used one 9 inch and one 8 inch to have two different sizes. You'd be surprised at how easy it really is. Have fun!

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  6. I love the name of those biscuits and gravy!!!!!!! Happy TMTT!!

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  7. YUM! I love biscuits and gravy!! :D

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  8. Those look deadly delicious! Too bad I am on a diet.

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  9. We love us some biscuits and gravy at our house, on a Saturday morning.

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