Valentine’s Day Yummy Dessert Recipes

ID-100227681If you love to bake you are going to love these dessert treats for Valentine’s Day from DoubleTheBatch.com They have 30 scrumptious recipes to choose from to make for your Valentine.

 

 

Here are a few of what you can expect:

Raspberry Swirled Cheesecake Cupcakes
JELL-O Strawberry Parfaits
Pink Velvet Cupcakes
Homemade Heart Brownies
Valentine’s Day Krispy Treats
Heart (SOFT) Sugar Cookies
White Chocolate Popcorn
No Bake Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
Skinny Raspberry Milkshake
Strawberry Cream Roll

Thanks DoubletheBatch.com for such a great list!

Looking for more recipes? Check out our Valentine’s Day Treat Board over at Pinterest.

Happy Valentine’s Day

 

 

 

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Super Bowl 52 New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles Grab These Party Recipes

id-10032184The Football season is winding down to the game of the year between the two teams heading to the the Super Bowl. Sunday, Feb 4th, 2018 the New England Patriots will play the Philadelphia Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. for the sought after Vince Lombardi Trophy. Kick off is at 6:30 pm ET and will be aired on NBC. This is a day that calls for delicious party food while watching the big game.

Bring on the good eats!

41 Super Bowl Dip Recipes from Bon Appetit

Loaded Tater Tot Skewers

Beer Candied Bacon Strips

Savory Bacon Pineapple Bites

Football Deviled Eggs

Chili Dogs For A Crowd

Super Bowl Nacho Bar

Crock Pot Bacon Brown Sugar Sausages

Brown Sugar BBQ Wings Recipe

Pepperoni Pizza Football Cheese Ball

Kansas City-Style Ribs

Mini Taco Cups

Lara Spencer’s Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Dip

Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn

Football S’mores Snickers Brownie Batter Dip

This recipe really stood out for its easy to make and yummy attributes!

Crock Pot Bourbon Glazed Kielbasa – not only does the word Crock Pot recipe scream easy, this one only has 4 ingredients! Thank you Tammileetips.com for this yummy recipe!

Enjoy the game!

 

 

 

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Pass it On! Dangers of Texting While Driving Video – A Must See

driving-844132_640This video goes right to the point of the danger.. Pass it on and it may save someone from hurting themselves, causing serious injury or worse.

Do U think you are good at texting while driving video

 

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How to Take Care of Your Pet In Winter… Number One Through a Million…Don’t leave them outside!

It’s hard to believe that some pet owners would actually leave their pets outside in cold weather, and even in freezing snowy weather. Too many times you see on social media another pet left outside (some on a chain) to meet its peril because an owner had no regard, no compassion and no heart for their well being.

According to ready.gov/animals “Animals suffering from frostbite don’t exhibit pain. It may be up to two weeks before the injury becomes evident as the damaged tissue starts to slough away. At that point, the injury should be treated as an open wound and a veterinarian should be consulted.” See their website for how to care for and prepare for your pets well being in many situations.

Paws Pet Foundation is supporting Donna Huges with a petition on Change.org – NO DOG SHOULD BE ON A CHAIN – PLEASE SIGN PETITION BY DONNA HUGHES This petition currently has over 51, 948 signatures and climbing with people who support this cause. Would you sign the petition today?

If you have any questions on how or if you are doing enough for your pet this winter, see this article from WikiHow.com – 4 Easy Ways to Keep Dogs Warm in The Winter

Pets are family members and should be loved and treated as so. If you see cruelty to any animal, report it immediately…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Merry Christmas From Chaney’s Used Cars

Luke 2: 8-12

8) And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night.

9) An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified.

10) But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.

11) Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.

12) This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.”

The story of Jesus Birth in the Bible

The story of Jesus Birth for Children

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas…

Chaneys Used Cars.

 

 

 

 

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Tips to keeping an Organized and Clean Kitchen as you Cook

Your kitchen counters can get pretty full when you start preparing a meal, especially during the holidays. Bowls for mixing, cutting boards with veggies and food needing to be chopped along with pots and pans on the stove and in the oven…whew, its either a lot of work for some or a labor of love for others. In the end you have meal that is enjoyed by all and then… who wants to clean up the kitchen!

After eating the last thing on the list is to clean house, so why leave a big mess to conquer. Clean as you go is easier then you think and how great to just have a few pots and pans to throw in the dish washer, turn it on and walk away.

Here are some tips to clean as you go and keep the kitchen organized.

Make stations on your counters for the food preparation. Lets say you are making a holiday dinner with all the fixings. First pull out your pots and pans that you are going to cook with. Timing is everything when cooking and if your planning a turkey or ham for your holiday meal, it will take the longest to cook in the oven. You will want to get this going while you prepare the rest of the dinner and time it so that everything can be finished at the same time.

If the main entree’, turkey, ham, etc needs to cook say four hours and your side dishes need 2 hours to prepare and cook, go by the longest cooking time for a side dish to the least amount of time needed to get started in your preparation.

If you have a meal with vegetables and other foods to be cut up, put them in one place with the cutting board and knife. Have bowls ready to toss the foods in for mixing. Example: Making a salad; Have the bowl ready that your going to serve it in and add everything but the dressing. Put in the refrigerator until ready to serve. A cold salad is the key to crisp veggies and lettuces. Add the dressing and toss just before serving. Move on to the other foods that need chopping and peeling and finish them. Once the cutting board and knives are no long useful, clean up and put away.  As you add veggies and other foods to pots to cook, wash up the bowls or put into the dishwasher.

As you complete each task, clean up the counters and the bowls, pots and pans and utensils or put them in the dishwasher. Cleaning as you go will give you a cleaner kitchen, much more organization and much less to do when the meal is done except the dinner dishes.

 

 

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Season of Giving – Help Out Animal Shelters This Holiday Season

You can enjoy this holiday season by giving your time, a money donation, food, treats, blankets and more to your local animal shelter or others across the U.S.

Giving your time gives a pet waiting for adoption, love and attention and brings out their great personality. You could volunteer as much or as little as you want and help out with feeding, bathing and walking dogs or giving attention to a kitten or cat. Not only is this good for the animals, but also good for the volunteer. Read here about the benefits volunteering your time.

Some Animal Shelters are run on funding while others depend on donations. Every bit counts in taking care of the pets from feeding to medical.. See here The Five Ways Animal Shelters Keep Their Doors Open.

If your limited on time and money, you can always drop things to help out like food and water bowls, treats, toys, blankets and more. Go Here for a list of 20 Simple Things to Donate to an Animal Shelter.

If you love to crochet, knit or sew you can help out with the blankets and ComfortForCritters.org has been doing this for 10 years… They have as of December 5, 2017, given out over 50,000 handmade blankets to animal shelters across the United States. The blankets even go with the pets once they are adopted to help them feel more comfortable with something familiar in their new home.

You could pick up blankets at yard sales, department store or make them yourself.

For Knitting or Crocheting Go Here for Free Patterns for Blankets and more!

They even have a pattern for a Fleece blanket that requires no sewing… Get that here.

Take the whole family this holiday to volunteer and show the kids how wonderful it is to give.. Who knows, you just might go home with a new furry family member…

Merry Christmas…

 

 

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