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GIVEAWAY: KAHOOTIE CO. MEAL PLANNER- GIVEAWAY has ended

GIVEAWAY: KAHOOTIE CO. MEAL PLANNER- GIVEAWAY has ended

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I’ve been meal planning for many years now, to help keep our food budget low, well it’s crazy high with ALL males in the house, so lower for us.  We don’t always follow what I plan perfectly, but at least I like seeing it written down on paper and it’s easier if I need to switch a meal around.  I’ve downloaded just about every free version of a menu planner on the internet!  I got tired of always marking out and writing in stuff so much that I created my own printable.  Only problem with that was I constantly misplaced the printouts!   I used those until I stumbled upon the Kahootie Co. Meal Planner.  It was just perfect!  I’ve personally used it for the past 7 months now and I’m excited to offer this giveaway.

This handy and convenient meal planner was designed to help you stay organized by planning your weekly meals and shopping list in advance.  The two page-per-week design provides 1 year of meal planning with ample space for writing.

* Includes 1 year of weekly meal plans

* Extra note pages in back

* Easily reference previous weekly meals for inspiration

* Spiral Bound, Durable Laminated Cover, Page Size 5.5 x 8.5

 

Please Click here to see more pictures of the Meal Planner. It also comes in yellow and brown.  I have the teal one 🙂

 

It’s just the perfect size for a meal planner and can be tucked away on your bookshelf when you’re done. It comes with clear, plastic sheets over the front and back covers, and can be wiped clean if needed. The inside is beautifully laid out and includes a large area for a Shopping List!  It’s spiral bound so it can be opened and laid flat, a plus for me!  You can see from my picture below, it gives you just the right amount of space to record your meals and a snack!  I love that it is undated so you can just pick it up and start any time of the year!

 

As you can see from our menu plan, we are not big cereal eaters so I try to keep breakfast simple and easy.  Cereal is reserved for Sunday morning, before church, because we’re always running behind!  Plus the kids see cereal as a snack and they get fed in Sunday School, so they don’t have to wait long to eat again.

I know I’ll get some thoughts on all the sweets this week.   The two cakes are ones that I want to blog, so that’s why they’re on the menu, and the other ones are just so quick and easy it’s not time consuming for me.  I do not buy junk food at the store, and since I know the handful of ingredients I put in baked things, they can get snacks more than one time a week.  So please don’t think I’m abusing my kids by all the sweets here!  I had to put that in there, because I’ve read the nasty comments people leave for other bloggers.  But I’m thinking I don’t have any of those people on here.  My readers are all nice and sweet.  I’d love to bake each of you a sweet treat  🙂    I’m not a big hugger, but I want to send you all a virtual hug, so consider yourselves hugged!!   LOL!

Okay, moving on to the reason why you’re reading this, the giveaway!!

One lucky winner will receive a new Meal Planner by Kahootie Co.  All entries must be made through the Rafflecopter widget below. The contest ends Tuesday, February 28th, 2017,  at 2 PM EST.  I will contact the winner via email, and he/she will have 48 hours to respond. United States residents only, please.  Good luck!

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This is a wonderful company and offers many other high quality products.  They are very courteous and professional, a dynamic duo you want from a business!  Also have I mentioned they have beautiful products?  Absolutely adorable!

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Mom’s Beef Stew

Mom’s Beef Stew

 

A comforting bowl of Mom’s Beef Stew always made things better.

This was one of my favorite meals growing up. A meat and potatoes meal at its best! All that was needed to complete this meal was a tall glass of cold milk, bread and some butter that melted upon impact of the hot stew!   I still remember dipping my torn off piece of light bread into that buttery juice.  I’m not sure if it’s strange or not to add butter to your Beef Stew, but we sure did, and boy was it ever good!!

 

My Mom had one of the old pressure cookers of the 70’s. That thing would hiss, jiggle and rattle so bad that it sounded like a mean coon! That’s probably not a sentence you read that often. LOL!   I’ll save my irate raccoon story for another day 😁

 Every time she used it, without fail, she would yell over and over again DO NOT RUN! Even though I don’t specifically remember running around the house, she informed us that the running would make the pressure cooker blow up!  I’m sure there’s absolutely no logic or truth to this, but in her head she was convinced it would happen. Sadly the pressure cooker did blow up once and she cleaned chicken and dumplings off the ceiling for days. Ironically we were at school when it happened. Thinking back I wonder why in the world we didn’t ask her if she had been running?? LOL

Yeah, probably a smart move we didn’t 😉

 

 

This is one of the few recipes I asked for as an adult. My Mom never used beef broth, just plain water.  But I think the broth gives it a richer taste. I also throw in some fresh garlic and some herbs from time to time depending on what mood my taste buds are in. 😁

Also my Mom never would’ve used baby carrots. I wonder if there was such a thing as baby carrots back in the day? WOW! You know you’re old when you start referring to your childhood as back in the day. LOL

But when I can get organic baby carrots for a $1 a bag, I’m all over that!

 

Give this simple and comforting recipe a try with regular carrots, baby carrots, or no carrots at all.  Just don’t forget to try your beef stew with a big chunk of butter. Yum!!!

 

 

Mom's Beef Stew
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs stew meat
  • 6-7 Potatoes, peeled and diced
  • 1 large onion, quartered
  • 2 cups beef broth
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 large carrots, peeled and diced, or baby carrots
  • 1 (6oz can) tomato paste
  • Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. Season meat with salt and pepper. Place stew meat, broth, water and onion in Instant Pot.
  2. Cook on high for 22 minutes;
  3. Add potatoes, carrots and tomato paste; cook additional 12 minutes or till potatoes are soft.

 

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Sunshine Salad Whole30

Sunshine Salad Whole30

A sugar free delicious fruit salad made with four ingredients that makes your taste buds, and your waist, happy  🙂

 

 

 

This was the sweet treat that satisfied my sweet cravings during Whole30.  For one entire month I went sugar free 😮  along with cutting out a lot of other things. The no sugar was hard for me,  I had to give up my beloved ketchup which is full of sugar !! But I did it, and I’m getting ready to do another one! I just felt so much better on it and I lost 16 pounds eating like a pig!! I realize now I never finished week 3 & 4 posts about it. I’ll just do a quick tidbit here: long story short- I ended up feeling so much better again after week 3. Even the book described a possible set back in symptoms on week 3 if you already have autoimmune diseases. Thankfully my super smart friend Lisa was just starting and read that. I guess I skimmed over that pertinent information  😉  She has severe fibromyalgia and it helped her tremendously with the pain!  She’s gonna start it back too.  You really should try it if you have autoimmune diseases.

Did I mention I lost 16 pounds eating like a starving man?? Okay, so maybe a tiny bit of an exaggeration there, but I did eat A LOT! LittleChefsDad would laugh everytime he saw my plate and tease me saying, “I see you’re eating light today.” LOL.

 

*A special thanks to my good friend Amber for giving me the cute little dessert bowls in the picture  🙂

 

 

I call this Sunshine Salad because it made me happy 😁.  When you cut the sugar out, this dessert will be your new best friend! But it’s even great if you’re not cutting the sugar out, maybe you’re watching your weight?  Cutting calories?  Or just eating everything you see?  (I won’t judge anyone)  Well this is one snack that will satisfy everyone all across the board!

 

 

This is my variation of  Monkey salad that is very popular. So if this recipe has been done before on the internet,  please let me know and I’ll gladly give them credit for it.  It’s not much of a recipe, just throw some ingredients into a bowl and mix.  But it sure is tasty 🙂

 

Sunshine Salad Whole30
Delicious fruit salad that is sugar free and bursting with natural sweetness!
Ingredients
  • 1 (20 oz.) Can pineapple chunks (in 100% pineapple juice), drained
  • ¼ cup raisins
  • ¼ cup unsweetened coconut chips (I used Simple Truth Organic from Kroger)
  • ¼ cup nuts (walnuts, pecans)
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients together. Add more of each ingredient depending on taste.

 

I know I’m running behind this week.  My usual Monday & Wednesday postings have been off.  Sorry about that.  I try to keep to a blogging schedule, but I’ve had so many papers to grade this week it’s been insane!  Having four kids in 6 different subjects is challenging to say the least!  But I’m thankful I have the opportunity to homeschool them, even when it gets a little crazy here at times.  I won’t have time to set up the giveaway till Monday, so please check back next week.  I think you all will like it.  I’ll give you a hint…. it’s an organizational tool that will help you save time and money.  Sounds interesting, huh??    🙂

HoneyBun Cake

HoneyBun Cake

 

HoneyBun Cake!!! If those words brought excitement to you, then you’re gonna love this recipe!!

 

I was searching through my small pantry looking for dry beans, yes I’m that exciting! LOL!  I only found a tiny remnant of beans left, but I did spy 2 boxes of yellow cake mix!  I don’t even remember buying them!   But considering I don’t remember a lot of things, no biggie.  For some strange reason HoneyBun Cake popped in my head!  I’m telling you, it’s downright scary what goes on in my head 🙂

 

 

 

 

I haven’t mentioned it before, at least I don’t think I have, but I have a strange husband.  Strange as in he really doesn’t enjoy sweets! (Insert sad shocked face here!) But he has mentioned liking this a couple times and somewhere in my brain I stored that!  I can barely remember last week, but I remember he enjoyed this 5 years ago.  Yes, sounds totally normal to me!  I haven’t made this since going gluten free, so I know it’s been a very long time now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This would be a special dessert for Valentine’s Day.  Since we no longer celebrate the Holiday, I don’t bake a lot of Valentiney stuff.  I used to go all out on Valentine’s Day, heart shaped everything!!   My kids were saturated with every food item that day in heart shaped form.  They’re probably a rare few that can say they’ve eaten heart shaped fried eggs. LOL!  Needless to say, having all boys, Valentine’s Day was NOT a big event to them.  The heart shape just happens to be my most favorite shape, so I have A LOT of stuff in hearts.

I didn’t even drag out my heart shaped cookie pan to make a giant cookie.  You would think a food blogger would have at least one heart shaped dessert on her blog in the month of February!  That will be put on my to do list to blog!  Who says you can only have heart shaped desserts on V-Day??

HoneyBun Cake
Ingredients
  • 1 box yellow cake mix
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • ¾ cup vegetable oil
  • 1 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 2 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • 4-6 tbsp. milk
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  2. Spray 9 x 13 baking dish with nonstick spray.
  3. In a medium bowl stir together the cake mix, eggs, sour cream, and oil and mix until well-incorporated.
  4. In a separate bowl, mix together the brown sugar and cinnamon until well-blended; set aside.
  5. Pour half of the cake batter into a greased 13×9 pan, spreading it out evenly.
  6. Add all of the brown sugar/cinnamon mixture to the top, covering the entire layer of batter.
  7. Pour the rest of the cake batter on top, and spread the batter out as evenly as possible.
  8. Place the cake into the oven and bake for about 40 minutes, or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.
  9. While the cake is baking, make the glaze.
  10. In a bowl, mix the powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla until glaze is smooth.
  11. When the cake comes out of the oven, immediately pour glaze onto the hot cake.
  12. Spread it out evenly.

 

I’m thinking I got this recipe from Regina, my Step-Mom.  For some reason I think of her when I make this, so that must be why 🙂  I couldn’t find my recipe print out, so I googled it and it’s a popular Betty Crocker recipe.

 

Read through the directions first, because you need to put half the cake batter in the pan and then the brown sugar mixture and then the rest of the batter.  I didn’t remember that and I had an extra step of scooping the batter out and proceeding with the recipe.

 

 

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My 1st Giveaway!  Play-Doh Double Desserts Set- Contest is OVER

My 1st Giveaway! Play-Doh Double Desserts Set- Contest is OVER

*Contest is over*

 

I’m very excited to announce that Little Chef Within is having a giveaway, the 1st one!  When I saw this Play-Doh  Set, I knew I wanted to buy it and  give it away!  It’s just so cute and adorable! I know some kid(s) will enjoy it, I know I would’ve 🙂    Don’t worry, I have a giveaway for the adults coming up next week, you don’t wanna miss that.*Images are Stock Photos*

One lucky winner will receive a brand new Play-Doh Double Desserts Set, includes Play-Doh.  All entries must be made through the Rafflecopter widget below. The contest ends Wednesday, February 15th, 2017,  at 2 PM EST.  I will contact the winner via email, and he/she will have 48 hours to respond. United States residents only, please (due to shipping costs).  Good luck!
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The best Chicken Fajitas

The best Chicken Fajitas

The BEST Chicken Fajitas made at home without those little dry seasoning packets. Fresh and Tasty!!

The BEST Chicken Fajitas

 

This is hands down LittleChef1’s most favorite dish! He even requests this every single year for his special birthday dinner. He could eat these everyday of his life if I always had them fixed. These are referred to as “Mommy’s Fajitas”, which is funny because LittleChefsDad was the first one to find the recipe and fix them many years ago. He used to get the cooking itch one time a year and make amazing, restaurant quality meals. Not just little rinky dinky meals, but gourmet! Oh how I wish that itch would come back very often LOL.  He fixed these several times because everyone just loved them. Like all good things, it came to an end, and I took up fixing them. It’s probably been 8 years now so the kids don’t remember they actually started out as “Daddy’s Fajitas”, I tell them the story and they think I’m joking. 😉. All joking aside, this recipe is great and the heat can be adjusted by the amount of Cajun seasoning you use.  I buy Tone’s brand. I buy it in bulk at Sam’s. This recipe is also gluten free and Whole30 compliant if using Tone’s Cajun seasoning. Always double check ingredients due to manufacturers changes.

The BEST Chicken Fajitas

You can use regular paprika, but you’ll want to try the smoked version for extra oomph! I found this out by accident. I was out of paprika and didn’t realize it. So I rummaged through the spice drawer and found LittleChefsDad’s smoked paprika he uses for his Grilled chicken tacos. Everyone noticed the taste difference, especially LittleChefsDad. He rarely gushes about anything I fix and he went on and on about the difference. So trust me, you want the smoked paprika 😉

The best Chicken Fajitas
The BEST Chicken Fajitas, no seasoning mix required so it's much healthier. *Adjust the Cajun seasoning to your liking. My crew prefers a little kick!
Ingredients
  • 3TBLS Cajun seasoning
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 3 TBLS oil
  • 4 large chicken breasts, sliced in fajita chunks
  • 1 large red onion, sliced
  • 3 bell peppers, sliced, multi-colored ones look most appealing 🙂
Instructions
  1. Slice the chicken into thin slices about 1½ inches long.
  2. Sprinkle Cajun and Smoked Paprika spices over the sliced chicken; let sit a few minutes while doing next step:
  3. De-seed the peppers. Cut them and the red onion into medium thin slices. Place the slices onto a plate.
  4. Heat an oiled pan (I use a wok) over medium- high heat. Add the seasoned chicken to the pan. Cook everything until the chicken is tender or for about 5 minutes.
  5. Add the peppers and onion to the pan. Stir and cook for 3 minutes until the vegetables are soft. Add more seasoning if needed.
  6. To serve: Place the chicken mixture into a warmed flour tortilla with your favorite toppings: shredded cheese, guacamole, sour cream, and salsa! Roll the wrap up and enjoy!

I double this recipe to feed my crew. It does dinner and lunch is always chicken fajita nachos the next day!

 

Mini Meatloaf – Gluten Free

Mini Meatloaf – Gluten Free

Mini Meatloaf

 

A Meatloaf plate, the quintessential meal at an American Diner. The All-American Meal historians would say.  We all grew up eating it, whether we enjoyed it or not!  I was on the not caring for it team. It tasted like ground beef mixed up and slathered with plain ketchup. Well basically it is that I suppose, but this recipe is so much more tasty!  Plus it’s mini meatloaves, how cute is that??  There’s just something about mini food and kids.  They’ll gobble it down when it’s in smaller shaped portions. I have a confession, I love mini food too 😉

 

 

Mini Meatloaf

 

I can not think of meatloaf without hearing the chant from  A Christmas Story.  Meatloaf, smeatloaf, double beatloaf, I hate meatloaf!  🙂

Funniest movie- EVER!!

I’ve been making this recipe long before I had to cut the gluten out of my diet.  I prefer the taste of it with oats instead of bread crumbs or crackers.  You may notice cheddar cheese in the recipe, don’t freak out just yet.  Let me explain first!  The addition of the cheese adds an extra yumminess that you want, trust me! It does not take away from the typical meatloaf flavor, not at all!  I have kids that eat their meatloaf without the ketchup/sugar mixture. (Insert shocked face here).  Since I have a slight addiction to ketchup, I often wonder if they really are my kids or were switched at birth.  LOL!  The addition of the cheese gives the “uncovered” loaves that extra oomph that it needs.  So remember, cheese = good.  🙂

 

 

Mini Meatloaf

I’m not sure about this last picture.  I don’t know whether it’s good or bad.  I try to think of creative ways to “style” the food I take pictures of, and sometimes I wonder if what’s in my head comes out all crazy. LOL!  I’ve have learned so much these past 8 months taking pictures, and I have SO much more to learn!  I enjoy taking food pics . The food just sits there.  It doesn’t wiggle, squirm, flip, roll over, pull up, run around, fight, hit others, whine or complain.  Yes, it just sits there!  There’s always SO much movement at my house with 6 kids it’s kinda nice to snap pics of still objects.  I’ve tried to get a good pic of some beautiful BlueJays in the back yard, but no such luck!  They’re like the kids, always moving around 😉

 

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LittleChefTip: Use a plastic baggie to cover your hand to mix and mold meatloaf.

 

 

 

 

 

Mini Meatloaf
Ingredients
  • 1 egg
  • ¾ cup milk
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • ½ cup quick cooking oats
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 lb ground beef
  • Topping:
  • ⅔ cup ketchup
  • ¼ cup packed brown sugar
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat over to 350 degrees.
  2. In large bowl, combine the egg, milk, cheese, oats and salt. Add Ground beef mixing well into 8 mini meatloaves. (or 12 muffin cups)
  3. In separate bowl, combine ketchup and brown sugar. Stir well and spread evenly over the top of each meatloaf.
  4. bake, uncovered for 45 minutes.

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White Chicken Chili (Slow-Cooker OR Instant Pot)

White Chicken Chili (Slow-Cooker OR Instant Pot)

Say Hello to my new favorite food in a bowl!  Since the original title was chili, I left it as that, but in my head I think of it as soup!  So white chicken chili, white chicken soup, whatever you call it, you must try it!!  I was first introduced to this amazing “chili” at my surprise 40th birthday party.  Since I hate surprises, and my good friends know that, it was a risk they were willing to take and it ended up being a great day!  I was in my 1st trimester pregnancy with the twins and I was sick and starving all day long!  So not a good feeling!!  Even though I had been pregnant 5 times before, the twin pregnancy made me feel like a first timer again!  Everything was different and the nausea and hunger was greatly intensified!  Betcha thought I was gonna say DOUBLED,  huh?  LOL!  This party was catered especially for my favorite gluten free foods.  I felt so loved!!  My dear friend Amber, even had my favorite Creamy Artichoke and Spinach Dip that LittleChefsDad gave her the recipe for, and she even made a cake out of my favorite gf candy bars. Gotta love an amazing friend like that!! Among other tasty morsels, my good friend Brooke brought this amazing chili in a crock-pot!  It was love at first bite!!!!  Nowadays I make it in my new toy, the Instant Pot.  But its been fixed many times in my old faithful Elite Pressure Cooker. Just cook 22 minutes using the chicken setting.

 

 

Brooke is my friend that I keep bugging to start a blog.  She’s doing the world a great disservice by not having her own blog! She’s the type of person that is naturally funny, humble, kind, smart and when you befriend her, you feel like you’ve been friends forever!!  She has the cutest adorable little laugh and most importantly, she totally gets me.  All of my weird and crazy personality traits 😉

So see why you would want to read a blog by her?? I know I have intrigued your interest about my friend.  🙂  Don’t worry, when, if, she does, I’ll let you all know.

 

So you see, great friends share great recipes and that’s what I’m sharing with you all today!

She found the recipe on my most favorite recipe site, Allrecipes.com. Click on the bold word and it will take you to the original recipe. I have modified it somewhat, but I still make it both ways. It’s just an all around great recipe! I like to eat my bowlful with sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese and cilantro. And if I’m being fully honest, Doritos find their way into my bowl.  They’re sneaky like that 😉

 

 

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White Chicken Chili (Slow Cooker)
White Chicken Chili that can easily be made in a Slow Cooker or Instant Pot.
Ingredients
  • 1 (24 ounce) jar green salsa (salsa verde)
  • 2 (14.5 ounce) cans diced tomatoes
  • 1 (10 ounce) can Rotel
  • 2 (15 ounce) cans white beans, drained
  • 4 cups Homemade Chicken Broth OR 2 (14.5 ounce) cans chicken broth
  • 1 (14 ounce) can corn, drained
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • ½ teaspoon ground cumin
  • salt and ground black pepper to taste
  • 3 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
Instructions
  1. Mix green salsa, diced tomatoes, Rotel, white beans, chicken broth, corn, onion, oregano, cumin, salt, and black pepper together in a slow cooker.
  2. Lay chicken breasts on top of the mixture; turn to coat
  3. Cook on Low until the chicken shreds easily with 2 forks, 6 to 8 hours.
  4. Remove chicken to a cutting board and shred completely; return slow cooker and stir.

 

Fast Food ColeSlaw

Fast Food ColeSlaw

 

This is my go to recipe for ColeSlaw.  It’s from a Top Secret Recipe cookbook.  It’s supposed to be a KFC clone recipe.  I don’t think it’s an exact copy cat, but to be fair, I haven’t had the original in almost 4 years!  ColeSlaw is one of those foods that I’m very picky about.  There’s just something about it that I either love or hate.  I prefer mine to be finely grated.  ColeSlaw that has cabbage shredded in larger pieces just doesn’t seem like the real deal in my book.  Maybe it’s a regional thing, I’m not sure. I am from Kentucky after all  😉  But I do know that I’m lovin’ my food processor every single time I make this recipe!

 

Fast Food Coleslaw

 

Fast Food Coleslaw goes perfect with any thing barbequeish.  Yes, I did make that word up, but I know all of you are agreeing with me!  If you saw my  Shredded BBQ Chicken post this week then you may have spied this coleslaw on the platter.  I love to eat it with BBQ chicken!  I also love it with Sloppy Joes, hamburgers, even chili!

 

KFC Coleslaw

 

 

If you don’t have a food processor, you could do all the chopping by hand or use a box grater. I’ve done both methods and let’s just say I’m very thankful for my kitchen appliances!!

 

 

Fast Food ColeSlaw
Ingredients
  • ½ cup mayonnaise
  • -1/3 cup white sugar
  • -1/4 cup milk
  • -1/4 cup buttermilk
  • -2½ TBLS lemon juice
  • -1½ TBLS white vinegar
  • -1/2 tsp salt
  • ⅛ tsp pepper
  • -1 head finely chopped cabbage
  • -1 medium carrot, shredded
Instructions
  1. Process cabbage and carrot in food processor. Combine everything else in large bowl. Add cabbage and carrot mixture. Mix well. Refrigerate at least 2 hours.

 

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