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Recipe: Blueberry Muffins

I purchased a batch of fresh blueberries on Friday and was so excited to eat them this weekend. Yesterday I added fresh blueberries to the pancakes I was making. Then all day, I would grab a handful as I walked through the kitchen and snacked on them all day. Today I made homemade blueberry muffins.…
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A Roberts Dairy Recipe: Chicken Enchiladas with Roberts Cottage Cheese

I was fortunate to receive a promotional packet from Roberts Dairy. They are a midwestern company specilizing in dairy products. This is a bit of info about the company: From its humble beginnings as J.R. Roberts’ milk route in Lincoln, Nebraska, Roberts Dairy now has three production plants and 10 distribution plants in Nebraska, Iowa,…
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Chocolate Banana Raisin Muffins

When you have leftover bananas laying around, sometimes banana bread or banana bars just don’t sound good. So, these muffins are a nice change and are a perfect little snack. Chocolate Banana Raisin Muffins2 ripe bananas1 egg, beaten1/3 cup vegetable oil1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour (I have used 1 cup white, 1/2 whole wheat)1 cup…
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Project Complete and Two Recipes

This winter I chose a few projects that I wanted to complete, one being organizing our photos. I was almost a year behind, so needed to order the prints I wanted and get them all put in their albums for the kids. On Monday, I finished that project! Then today, I tackled AND finished another…
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Recipe: Triple Chocolate Cookies

I treated myself to a Page-A-Day calendar called The Cookie Calendar. Each day there is a new cookie recipe to try. Since I love to bake, I thought this would be fun! The first one that I tried from the calendar are the Triple Chocolate Cookies and they are taken from the book 500 Cookies.…
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It’s a Snow Day = Cookies

Today was our first No School Snow Day of this school year. Our kids didn’t have school on Monday for a prescheduled teacher work day…so this is day 2 of them being home! I decided we needed to be a little more structured today or we might all go crazy! So, this morning Bennett and…
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A Snowman Idea and Storytime

  A few months ago I offered to lead a storytime for toddlers at our small town library. So, in November I held my first storytime with 4 little ones. We learned about leaves and it was a fun hour in my day! This month my theme is “Snow”. So, thanks to my friend Tina,…
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Blessings and a Recipe

Yesterday was our 1st afterschool program at church that I talked and prayed about in a previous post. We knew for sure we would get 8-10 kids, we hoped for more, we planned for 25 and we had 22 kids in attendance! We were blessed by each one of them and excited to have kids…
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Fruit, Vegetables, and Apple Crisp Recipe

We are so fortunate to have wonderful neighbors. We spent many nights this summer in any one of our backyards chatting, watching the kids play, and enjoying some wine, sometimes by a fire with some smores. After choosing this community 4 1/2 years ago, I can’t imagine living anywhere else. So, anyway, back to our…
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Rhubarb Crisp

Today I want to share a yummy recipe that our family has been enjoying! Rhubarb Crisp 4 C fresh rhubarb (diced) 1 C sugar 3 T flour 1/2 C sugar 2 T butter, softened 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 1 C quick oats 1 egg (beaten) Cut rhubarb into small pieces and place…
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