Candy Cane Holiday Bread Recipe

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My mother use to make these Candy Cane Holiday Bread for those on her Christmas list. She would make dozens of them and give them to everyone and they were a huge hit with everyone. Every year she had requests for a new Candy Cane Holiday Bread as they just loved them so it was a Christmas tradition that she would make them for everyone for their gifts. They are great for your Christmas dinner or when you just want something a little sweet. The recipe makes 3 Candy Cane Holiday Bread that would be perfect to share.

They would make a great holiday treat for friends and family. They would appreciate all your hard work in the kitchen making these beautiful breads. They would also be the perfect addition to any holiday table as well. You could have plenty to share with everyone who visits. Let’s not forget that the homeless shelters will need foods that they can serve to those who are homeless this holiday season. It’s a great way to bring some joy into someone else’s life with a little loving from the oven.

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Free Crochet Santa Suit Costume For Baby Pattern #Christmas #Santasuit #Baby #Crochet

crotchet Santa Claus outfit instructions

OMG! This is just too adorable! I’m going to be making it for my little grandchildren and my new one that is on the way. You can make this adorable Free Crochet Santa Suit and Hat Costume For Baby. It’s a great time to start your Christmas projects and this is an adorable one!

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Freezer Breakfast Meal Recipes That You Can Make For A Great Morning Start #BackToSchool #Breakfast #Freezermeals

I have to say that I love making the Freezer Breakfast Meals, I do this 1 time a month and we have breakfasts for the whole month. The kids love it because they can choose what they would like and we can even take them on the go with us if we are running late for an appointment. It just makes mornings so much easier and I know they are eating something healthy to start their day.

Breakfast Buritos

A Dozen Eggs
12 Flour Tortillas
1 Green Pepper
1 package of Bacon or Sausage Patties or Links (family prefers)
1 package of Cheese
Milk

Scramble the eggs in a bowl and mix in a little milk to make them fluffy. Then add chopped Green pepper, and your already cooked meat choice. Scramble the eggs with everything in the eggs. Then take your tortilla (one at a time) fill them and fold them into a burrito. Let them cool down a little. Then put them in a freezer bag. Label them and put the date on them. It will make 12 of your Burritos.

Homemade Egg Mc Muffins

12 Whole English Muffins
12 Eggs
1 Package of Bacon
1 Package of American Cheese

Fry your eggs so that the yolk is still in tact, while your bacon is cooking, (I usually cook the bacon in the oven while doing this) Then toast your English Muffins, You then put 1 egg on each Muffin. Top with your bacon and cheese. Wrap your Egg Mc Muffins in a paper towel and then put in freezer bags to freeze. Label bag and put in freezer.

Pancakes

You can use a mix if your family prefers it, or you can make homemade pancakes. I also like to add Fruits or chocolate chips to them to give the kids a variety so it’s not always the same thing over and over again.

Make your pancakes, with Blueberrries, chocolate chips, banana or whatever you would like. Then let them cool. Now, I love to use my Bread bags for freezing them. Once the bread is gone I shake out the crumbs and save them to freeze my pancakes in. You can use any Bread bag to freeze them in. Then once they have cooled freeze them on a cookie sheet for 5 minutes then put them in the bag it helps them to stop sicking together.

Waffles

You can again make homemade or use a Box mix the choice is yours. You will make the waffles and let them cool. Then put them on a cookie sheet and freeze them for 5 minutes and then put in freezer bags. Waffles are at times to big to use the bread bags for if they are the larger ones. If you are making the square waffles use the bread bags as well.

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Turn Your Toilet Paper Rolls Into An Art Caddy #DIY #BackToSchool #HolidayFun #Crafts

How great is this! I am going to be making two of them with my son’s so they each have one! You can turn your empty toilet paper rolls into this great Art Caddy. It’s so easy for the kids to make and would be great for their organizing as well. I love that they can personalize it to anything that they would like as well.

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Apple Pie ala Zing! (Apple Cranberry Pie) #Recipe #Thanksgiving

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My Mom made this recipe and I have to say it is just amazing! I have to say that I wasn’t sure that I would like it but it was just so good that I could have eaten the whole thing! lol The thing that I love about this recipe is that you can change the ingredients and it would be just as yummy! My mom used dried cranberries when she did her pie. Apple Pie Ala Zing recipe is sure to be a family favorite.

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Make Thanksgiving Easier! Have A Thanksgiving Dish Swap #Thanksgiving #MealsMadeEasy

Wish you could make Thanksgiving a little easier on yourself??? Does all the cooking and cleaning prep have you dreading Thanksgiving??? I think we should make it a little easier on you and your friends! Why not have a Thanksgiving Dish Swap! Does your friend make a dish that you would love to serve for Thanksgiving??? Does another make a dessert that is to die for???? Do you have one that shouldn’t be cooking at all???? You can all contribute to an amazing Thanksgiving Dinner and even the picky eaters will find something they will love!

Get 10 friends together to do a Thanksgiving Dish Swap, then decide which of their famous dishes that each of them will be making so that you have a great variety of everything for your Thanksgiving table, Stuffing, veggie trays (those that can’t cook), Yams, Desserts, Appetizers, Pumpkin logs and other needed items, don’t forget the Punch (Another who can’t cook). Then have them each make it for the 10 households, it can be easy but delicious dishes that you would love to have on your tables. Then get together the day before Thanksgiving and swap dishes so that all your prep is done! Just bake everything and your dinner is done! Everyone is having a delish meal and will be in a Turkey Coma but still ready for left overs! You can even use throw away pans so that you don’t have to worry about who has your favorite dishes!

Everyone will cook their own Turkey, Ham or other dish as their main course but all the side dishes will be made with love from everyone. Imagine the 10 dishes with your delish meals and you only had to create one of them and still have a great variety!

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Protect Your Favorite Tablecloth From Thanksgiving Stains #Thanksgiving

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Do you have a favorite tablecloth that you use for holidays? Keep it protected from holiday stains of Gravy, Cranberries, Red Wine and more. Be sure your tablecloth is ready for your guests. Children can spill things on accident as well as adults and it can leave you wondering how to get the stains out. Be ready this holiday season for any stains that come your tablecloths way by pretreating it. Just spray it with fabric protector 24 hours before your Thanksgiving guests arrive, allow it to dry and your tablecloth is ready for anything that comes it’s way. It will keep the stains from setting into the fabric and they will easily wash out.

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After the Turkey Coma make Turkey Freezer meals with the left overs #TurkeyRecipes #Thanksgiving #FreezerMeal

There are a TON of great Turkey Freezer meal recipes. So instead of just freezing the extras as just turkey meat here are some great recipes for you to make Turkey meals for those fast dinner nights that we all have. They are easy to make and you already did half the battle by already cooking the Turkey. :) There are several other recipes as well on the pages of these links so get creative for the family.

Here is a list of some great freezer meal recipes:

* Turkey & Corn Tortellini Soup Freezer Recipe

* Turkey Noodle Casserole

* Creamy Turkey Wild Rice Soup is Easy to Make and Easy to Freeze

* Enchiladas With Turkey Recipe

* Southwestern Turkey Taco Soup Recipe

* Honey Thyme Turkey With Lemon Noodles Recipe

* Crock Pot Chili With Turkey

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