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Are you ready for a little bit of heaven?? Whether you’re planning dessert or have a sweet last minute urge, this baked apple cobbler crisp fits the bill. Better yet, it is a super easy dessert with ingredients that I always have on hand. I love shopping our shelves! Baked Apple Cobbler Crisp Ingredients: 2 […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I am blessed to know an amazing man who also happens to be an amazing father. He loves unconditionally, is supportive and encouraging. He shows me daily the type of person I strive to be. He has known trouble and hardships that would have broken most people, including myself, yet he wakes each morning with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
So simple, so easy, so good! What you need: A cast iron skillet size of your choice Ingredients: 2 ¼ cups flour¾ cup sugar¾ cup brown sugar1tsp salt1tsp baking soda 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 cup butter 2 large eggs Chocolate Chips I flattened the batter into our largest cast iron skillet. If you’re […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Pumpkins in spring? Only when I discover some pumpkin in our chest freezer from last autumn! It was a pumpkin kind of morning with that little treasure and a great Spring breakfast treat! I do love using items from our pantry and freezer that we put up months ago. Spiced Pumpkin Bread is second only […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
My favorite time of day…….. 6:30am I head out to feed and water Doodle and the Bugs. The air is crisp and a gentle frost has coated everything over night. I take care of business, chit chatting with the bugs while I scope out their surroundings for any changes, invaders etc. They are all excited […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
1937… 1937 unemployment continued to drop to 14.3% dropping some 6.7% from the previous year. (Sound familiar?) And the Engineering feat of the Golden Gate bridge opening gave Americans great pride, and the Millionaire Inventor / Industrialist set a new air record by completing the flight from Los Angeles to New York in 7 hours 28 […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Depending on the brand of your choice, body wash for a year can add up to near $100. Body soap is one of those items that I’ve always wanted to make myself. I was attracted to the idea after I began making my own laundry soap and started looking for other fun DIY’s that would […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and if you’re anything like me there are a variety of leftovers to deal with. One of those items is mashed potatoes. You can simply reheat them for a day or two, add them to a soup base, fry them up in little cakes or…. freeze them! Did you know that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Oatmeal is one of those foods that I had to learn to like as an adult. There are times I still struggle with it, but for the most part it makes me feel good on a cold winter morning to have that healthy quick hot breakfast to start my day. If you follow SuttonsDaze on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.