When i was pregnant with baby #5 i made a ton of freezer meals a few weeks before i had him. I really wanted to do some freezer meals again before baby #6 comes, but i’ve completely run out of time & energy. I did do a lot of research though and found lot’s of great options for freezer meals, so i thought i would share them with you all in case you are in need of freezer meals.
With the Super Bowl fast approaching, i thought i would share some of my favorite Super Bowl foods.
Wings – You can’t even think of Super Bowl foods, without thinking wings! They are a true classic Super Bowl food. I just buy a bag of the frozen buffalo wings and cook them as directed on the package. Then i serve them with ranch & celery.
Lil’ Smokies – These are such a crowd pleaser, even my 6 year old LOVES these. They are so easy to make too. Dump a package of lil’ smokies into a saucepan (or crockpot) and cover with BBQ sauce. Cook until warmed through and then serve. Easy Peasy and Yummy!
Pizza – It’s fun to make homemade pizzas, we have even made individual pizzas before for Super Bowl. The kids love to make their own pizzas.
Ribs – Another classic game day food! I love to slowly cook mine in the oven and serve them with; coleslaw, rolls, and corn.
The next 2 Super Bowl Foods are new for me this year, but they are really good.
Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Dip – Only 5 ingredients and so convenient that you make it in the crockpot. You can get the recipe HERE.
Bacon & Ranch Cheese Ball – Another 5 ingredient recipe and it’s also low carb, if you are doing the whole low carb/keto thing. You can get the recipe HERE.
A few years ago i shared some winter themed learning, when i looked back at that post recently, i was reminded of all the fun we had. That’s when i decided to do another fun filled week, in our homeschool, focusing on winter themed learning. Today i’m going to share everything we did for our winter themed learning week.
I’m going to break things up into 3 categories; activities, snacks, and books.
Build a snowflake (using mini marshmallows & toothpicks) – This was a fun & easy activity for all my children.
I don’t know about you, but i struggle to come up with lunches for my kids. Lunch is seriously the meal i dread most to come up with. If you are anything like me, then you are in luck, cause today i’m sharing some fun easy lunches i’ve created to help you out.
Pizza Lunchable – Ritz crackers, mozzarella cheese, pizza sauce, pepperoni’s, olives, and sliced fresh nectarines and yogurt covered pretzels for dessert.
2.Summertime/Beach themed lunch – croissant turkey and cheese sandwich, graham crackers with blue frosting topped with s’mores goldfish, and blue punch with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
3.Halloween/Orange themed lunch – Sandwich cut into a pumpkin shape, mandarin oranges, carrots w/ ranch, goldfish, orange Jell-O, Oreo, and pretzel covered in orange candy melts top with green m&m.
4.Rainbow themed lunch – PB&J sandwich w/ heart shaped filled with sprinkles, skittles, color goldfish, strawberries, oranges, pineapples, grapes, and blueberries.
5. Pesto Pasta – Pasta with pesto sauce, diced tomatoes, black olives, and parmesan cheese. Raspberries, pretzels, and Nutella.
6. Orange themed lunch – Macaroni and cheese, Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies, Orange, and orange jelly beans.
7. Green/St. Patrick’s Day themed lunch – Sandwich w/ heart shaped filled with sprinkles, guacamole flavored chips, Skittles, mini marshmallows, lucky charms, sour cream and onion Pringles, and a sugar cookie.