How To Make Classic Chicken Pot Pie

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  Chicken pot is comforting, filling and a fantastic way to use up leftover buts of chicken and bags of partially used frozen vegetables. This pot pie is completely from scratch and is an absolute snap to make. I leave potatoes out of my pot pie, opting instead to serve it over a bad of creamy mashed potatoes and a drizzling of chicken gravy. The

The Perfect Chocolate Frosting Recipe

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  Valentine’s Day is coming up and you know what that means- chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! I love making a special treat for dessert on Valentine’s Day for after we devour our traditional heart shaped meatloaf, roasted red potatoes and heart shaped dinner buns (awww! so sweet) and a chocolate cake with this frosting is almost always what I make. Most of you don’t

Indoor FREE Fun! The Five Senses Mad Lib Activity

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It’s January….it’s cold outside here, the weather is almost always wet and there just isn’t a lot of outside play time.  We have to make our own fun during this dreary month. Being a homeschool mama, I’m always looking for fun ways to add learning to our everyday and these 5 Senses Mad Libs are a great activity for the kids. If they can talk

Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

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  Once, way back when, I was the queen of Home Ec. I rocked it and I loved it more than anything.  I had as many periods of food related class as possible. Could this have been an indicator of my food blogging days to come? Hmm…thoughts to ponder! Anyway I loved it and a couple recipes I learned there in humble Home Economics have