Blueberry Muffin Hack

I had a container of blueberries that needed some loving, so I tried this blueberry hack for copycat Otis Spunckmier muffins. SO AMAZING!!!!!! Ingredients 1 package whole blueberries 1 Package White Cake Mix 1 Package of Instant Vanilla Pudding 4 serving size 4 Eggs (beaten) 1/2 C. Vegetable Oil 3/4 C. Milk 1 tsp. Vanilla … Continue reading Blueberry Muffin Hack

Recipe Review- Corn Souffle

Evening guys! So today I have pretty much spent the entire day in the kitchen (and grocery store). I meal planned, I shopped, and I cooked my heart out. It is my Daddy's birthday tomorrow, so I cooked him one of his favorite meals; Pork Ragu. I also made this corn souffle recipe I got … Continue reading Recipe Review- Corn Souffle

Cravings…

Cravings... Steak...Porterhouse...Medium Rare...Perfection The cooking time all depends on the size and thickness of your steak and how well done you like it. Mine was on the smaller size and not too thick. Season your steak with salt and pepper on both sides. I like mine medium rare, so I cooked it on the first … Continue reading Cravings…

Recipe Review- Sophisticated Long Island Iced Tea

So remember that one time in college you ordered a Long Island Iced Tea? It was gross, but you drank it anyway because you didn't want to be THAT girl. Well, this is nothing like that. It actually tastes good! The Long Island Iced Tea dates back to the 50's when Long Island house wives … Continue reading Recipe Review- Sophisticated Long Island Iced Tea

Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings

Phew! What a long week! Happy Friday! Wings were on the menu tonight. Chicken wings were on sale at the grocery store, so I decided to try a recipe for honey sriracha wings from Food Network. My family LOVED them!!! Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings (from Food Network) Ingredients 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, plus more for … Continue reading Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings

Recipe Review- Carbonara-Style Pasta, Hold the Yolks

So if you haven't noticed, my family loves pasta. I am always trying to find new ways to make it. Recently, I started asking the girls to look through a couple of magazines and cookbooks to pick some recipes they want me to make. They usually always pick pasta or chicken dishes. This last week, … Continue reading Recipe Review- Carbonara-Style Pasta, Hold the Yolks