Fall has some of the most amazing flavors doesn’t it? Apples, pumpkins, nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, cloves…I love it all. Looking for a new fall recipe to try? Check out these 10 amazing recipes! (Links and sources below pictures).
The kiddos are going back to school (this week for us!) and fall is upon us. But it is still way too hot here to have the oven on all the time. So, I’m sharing some great Crock Pot recipes with you that I found and can’t wait to make! (Links and sources below the pictures).
There are so many talented crafters and DIYers out there who are dying to share their creations but have no place to do it. Maybe you, your friend, sibling, spouse or parent has a world-famous recipe that is a hit at every holiday–you know other people would love it but you aren’t quite sure how to get it out to the world.
Introducing–the Fun Home Things Community! I want to see what YOU have been up to. I want to feature YOUR favorite recipes. I want you to be able to showcase YOUR holiday craft or DIY project to the rest of the community. No blog necessary. No photographer-quality pictures needed. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following:
Your name (That’s right! You get the credit.)
City or Town, State or Province, Country
At least one picture of your creation
The recipe or the description of your project (like what supplies you used, etc…)
If your creation is chosen, it will be featured here on the blog, on the Fun Home Things facebook pages and on the Fun Home Things Community Pinterest board!
I can’t wait to hear from you!
July 4th is upon us and there’s nothing I love more than a delicious treat to celebrate Independence Day! Looking for a cool drink to make or a yummy dessert? Check out these 10 ideas (Link and credit below the pictures.)
Whether you need easy fix-and-forget meal ideas for those busy summer months or you want a warm and cozy meal waiting for you when you get home from work in the winter, this list has every Crock Pot recipe you could ever want. From beef to chicken, vegetarian to delicious desserts–I’ve searched my favorite blogs, Pinterest and the web to find tasty, easy recipes that are great year-round. So pin it, bookmark it, but whatever you do, don’t lose it!
Graduation parties, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, family potlucks…it’s that time a year again! Time to bring a dish to a celebration. If you’re on for a dessert this year, you definitely want to try Milky Way Cream Cheese Brownies. They are a gooey hot mess of everything you love. If you can make brownies from a box, you can make this. Here’s what you need:
1 family size box brownie mix plus ingredients on package (19.5 oz)
15 fun size Milky Way bars, chopped
1 pkg. cream cheese softened (8 oz.)
1/2 c. powdered sugar
1 egg yolk
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Happy Sunday everyone! I’m so excited to share with you a few of my favorite posts from the Create & Inspire Link Party! I should probably also let you know that The Create & Inspire Link Party is going to be postponed for a few months. With so many projects in the works, I can’t dedicate the time to making this link party super successful. And I want to. So it waits. But for now, check out these great projects and recipes!
These delicious Pizza Crescent Roll-Ups by The Bosse Family look sooo good!
What about Butterfly A L’Orange by Paper Seedlings? Isn’t this beautiful?
Thanks so much for linking up!
Crock Pot recipes are great around the holidays, especially if you have a lot of company coming over. I love making this fish taco recipe–it’s not what you might expect at a holiday gathering but it tastes great and always goes over well.
Cooking fish in a slow cooker is so easy. The fillets go in frozen and the rest of the ingredients are just added on top. Nothing to pre-cook or prepare, just cook for 4 hours and they’re done. Here’s what you need:
6 fish fillets, frozen (Cod and Salmon are my favorite, originally I used Tilapia)
1 lg. can Rotel, drained
1/2 tsp. minced garlic
1 1/2 Tbsp dried cilantro or 1/4 c fresh chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp lime juice
salt to taste
Soft taco shells
Place frozen fillets in the bottom of the Crock Pot.
Cover with Rotel, garlic, cilantro, lime juice, and salt.
Cook on low for 4 hours. Flake the fish with a fork and mix well with the other ingredients. Spoon into soft taco shells.
Wasn’t that easy? For more Crock Pot recipes, check out the Crock Pot page.
If you’re a Duck Dynasty fan, then I know you love Miss Kay and all the wonderful things she cooks up. If you don’t know about Duck Dynasty, the show follows the Robertson family of West Monroe, Louisiana. They started and still run Duck Commander and have made millions selling handmade duck calls. What makes the Robertsons so unique is that despite their success, they are still very family-oriented and open about their Christian faith. There’s no drama or cussing on the show, they’re just good, hard-working, hilarious people who are really fun to watch.
Anyway, as soon as I heard about Miss Kay’s banana pudding on one of the episodes, I knew I was going to have to try it. The verdict–awesome! I’m sticking with this recipe. Here’s what you need:
2 sticks of butter
2 c. sugar
1 tsp. salt
3/4 c. all-purpose flour
1-12 oz can of evaporated milk
3/4 c. milk
6 egg yolks
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 bag vanilla wafers
2 bananas, sliced
In a large double boiler melt the butter over med-low heat. (FYI–My stove cooks hot so you may need to turn the heat up on yours.)
Add the sugar, salt, flour, evaporated milk and regular milk. Stir with a whisk.
Add the egg yolks to the mixture, constantly stirring until thick. (Note–it took me about 30 minutes of stirring for it to thicken.) Add the vanilla extract.
Place the vanilla wafers and bananas into a 9″ x 13″ Pyrex dish. Pour in mixture.
Chill before serving.
Recipe source: http://www.aetv.com/duck-dynasty/recipes/