Sausage Florentine Potpie

This recipe (modified from tasteofhome/simple) was delicious. The best thing about it was that the big kids ate the leftovers the next day too. (Seriously!! Like they heated it up in the microwave and ate it after school!!) 1 lb sausage  1-2 tsp dried onion flakes 3 tsp minced garlic from the jar 1 can creamContinue reading “Sausage Florentine Potpie”

This ain’t no “Thinwich”

I bought some sandwich pita bread at the store. “Only 100 calories!” the package exclaimed happily. So I made a delicious sandwich with it at home. Using diet bread and lean turkey ought to make up for slathering on the cheese, butter and bacon, right? Right? By the way, it was delicious! I recommend theContinue reading “This ain’t no “Thinwich””

As if I weren’t already crazy

Little Girl, my five-year-old, was eating a soft taco from Taco Bell in front of the TV. (No one can say I don’t feed my kids the best around here!) While I wasn’t looking, she started picking off the shredded lettuce and tossing it, piece by piece, on the living room floor. It’s like sheContinue reading “As if I weren’t already crazy”

Apricot and Mustard Chicken

 This is another recipe (slightly modified) from “Simple and Delicious” magazine. It was super-quick, especially served with canned green beans and boxed pasta. (Pasta Roni Angel Hair with Herbs flavor, if you’re interested.) My favorite kind of meals start with “canned” and “boxed.” But I digress. RECIPE 6 chicken tenderloins 1/3 cup honey mustard 3TbspContinue reading “Apricot and Mustard Chicken”