I will admit at first I was unsure if I even liked this. However, after a few bites, I was hooked. I’ve determined that I really enjoy Israeli couscous even more than regular. It’s bigger. I love that this has a tangy, Tuscan, yummy flavor. I’ll be buying this again. It’s good. It isn’t dry, like I found regular couscous from another unsaid company to be. I highly recommend you give this a try- it’s so good.
My nutritionist said that she had eaten a few varieties of these. I decided to give it a try. It’s not HORRIBLE. However, I don’t love it. It does not taste like mac and cheese and has an odd after taste. What really bugged me the most though was that most of my “noodles” were almost hard. I didn’t over cook it either. I may or may not eat this again. I just have very little to say about the product currently. I’m anxious to try the other flavors.
We love green beans. There’s only so many ways you can cook them though. My biggest issue is, I get tired of the same ol’ thing. That’s something that I’ve struggled with in eating the way the nutritionist has told me to. I feel like I’ve ate so much broccoli, I might be a broccoli stalk. Ugh….
I need more veggie recipes. I’ve been searching through the blogs I follow at the veggies they post…but I am just so veggie picky. I literally eat like a toddler when it comes to veggies. I HATE salads…but I am going to try a strawberry spinach salad soon! Ugh…What’s your favorite veggies?
2 cups chicken broth
bag of green beans
2 pieces of bacon
salt and pepper to taste
Mix all together and cook until tender.
I love the idea of tater tot casserole. The problem is I HATE mushrooms. Most recipes call for cream of mushroom soup. I decided to trade it out for cheddar cheese soup. It turned out pretty good. Coop was really pleased.
The other day our freezer went out. I had to literally stuff all the contents of this huge freezer into our tiny side by side fridge. Well only half of it fit. In a state of panic I tell hubby to call his mom, let’s stuff the rest in hers and what wont fit we’ll just cook. He got everything but one ham into her freezer. He asked our neighbor to store it. Thank GOD for them!
My hubby had met this one guy who works on appliances. He decided to call him. The guy ended up coming out on a Saturday night, which we didn’t expect. I was so grateful! Now it’s fixed and all our stuff in it and ready to go!
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can cheddar cheese soup
1 8oz bag cheddar cheese soup
1 bag tater tots
Brown ground beef and drain. Mix with soups. Layer in a casserole dish. Top with cheddar cheese. Top with tater tots. Bake 350 degrees until tater tots are browned.
OH MYYYY I NEED this in my life! YUM! Next on my to make list!
Ingredients 9 Eggs (medium) 300g Dark Chocolate (minimum 72% cocoa) 150g Inulin Powder 70g Unsweetened Cocoa Powder 30ml Double Cream 1 tsp Vanilla Extract Method (makes approx. 18 servings) Pre-heat the oven to 140°C. Melt the chocolate in a heat proof bowl over hot water (bain-marie) then stir through the double cream. Whilst the […] via […]
Every once in a while I decide I want to make a breakfast. I woke up at about 7:45AM but I was feeling bad, so I went back to sleep. It was about 9 when I woke up again. I came downstairs and got some stuff out of our deep freezer….ONLY….
it decided to not work. Luckily, we know a great repair man, so he’ll be here this evening. That made me annoyed, because I did lose some stuff, but at the same time I’m sooooo thankful. I literally have probably 1000.00 worth of food in that freezer. I’m feeling pretty thankful that it all remained good, except those minor few things.
So anyway, I rush around and help hubby get the stuff in our freezer on our fridge and then get the rest ready to go to his mom’s house. While he and Coop got our other food to hubby’s mom’s.
We sit down to eat and Coop says mom is there gravy in this? I thought man this kid is kinda’ observant. lol…He’s a good kid! I love him so much!
1/2 bag O’Brien potatoes, cooked per directions
1/2 lb ground sausage, cooked
1/2 can cheddar cheese soup
4 scrambled eggs
2 cups cheddar cheese
Salt and Pepper to taste
Layer cooked potatoes in bottom of casserole dish. Spread on cheese soup. Top with sausage. Add cooked scrambled eggs. Top with cheddar cheese. Salt and pepper each layer as desired. Cook 30 minutes or until the cheese is melted. CAN DOUBLE RECIPE.
I SO need this. I use this stuff often. The packets are expensive considering how much you get. Thanks Frugal Hausfrau. I def needed this~
When I posted a recipe for French Onion Soup Burgers using my Homemade Lipton’s Onion Soup Mix the other day, I searched my site for recipes made with that mix. I decided there were enough to start a little “collection.” How fun are some of these retro (and newer) recipes? So what’s your favorite recipe (if you have…