Busy Day Soup via www.sipalaw.net

I saw the recipe for this soup when I was looking on Pinterest, procrastinating about finishing washing the walls.

It looked so good that I wanted to share the recipe with everyone!

The recipe can be found at: https://www.sipalaw.net/2019/07/busy-day-soup.html

Doesn’t this look delicious? Definitely something I plan to add to our fall/winter soup rotation!

Sandie

Pumpkin Oatmeal Walnut Muffins

A different, healthy take on Pumpkin muffins… lots of flavour in a few bites (I made them in my mini muffin pan lol). I made the muffin batter and before baking I sprinkled some of the cinnamon sugar I had leftover from my Pumpkin Donuts to give it just that little bit of extra flavour, but you can leave that out if you like.

As with the Pumpkin Donuts I made the same day, not all of the muffins even made it to the plate before they were being devoured lol!

I used oatmeal in place of some of the flour in these muffins and put the oatmeal through my food processor on grind until it was almost a flour but still a bit “grainy,” almost a graham crumb type texture. With some of the wonderful fall spices, maple syrup and some walnuts, these are delicious tasting, easy to make muffins!!!

Sandie

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Baked Pumpkin Donuts

It’s official… it’s Pumpkin Season! I was more than ready to hop on board… although I really don’t know why we only tend to eat/make pumpkin recipes this time of year. It’s not like pumpkin, whether it be in a can or not, isn’t available year round!!! I will have to ponder that one lol!

This time it is Pumpkin Donuts I made, baked Pumpkin Donuts to be exact! While baking as opposed to frying them probably doesn’t make them healthy, it definitely makes them better for you than fried donuts…. at least that’s what I am telling myself!

Sandie

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Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

That smell!!!! We eat them all year but I still find something “Fall” about the smell of homemade Cinnamon Rolls baking. It is almost like comfort food for your nose lol!

Cinnamon rolls are easier to make than you might think and taste so much better than those you pick up at the grocery store!

Sandie

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Cinnamon-Raisin Swirl Bread

I found an awesome sounding Raisin/Cinnamon bread recipe at tideandthyme.com and couldn’t wait to try it!


Raisin/Cinnamon bread has always been Dillon’s favourite bread.  I have literally seen him sit with a fresh loaf and practically inhale the whole thing.  As I was making this, he kept coming upstairs and telling me how good the bread smelled while it was baking, and oh yes, he would take the whole pan lol!
I thought this would be great toasted but I am also going to keep a loaf to make weekend French Toast!

Sandie

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Salsa for our Christmas Preserve Baskets

I had fully intended to make this salsa in the summer when I had easy access to fresh tomatoes. You know what they say about good intentions??? Well, my intention was to make it in the summer but ended up being the week before Christmas and I had to use canned, diced tomatoes instead of fresh. It still turned out well but would have been even better with fresh! This salsa would make for a great snack with your favourite tortilla chips or even crackers, or used in whatever recipe you have that calls for salsa.

Sandie

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Crescent Roll Chicken Pot Pie

I was at a real loss as to what I was going to make for dinner on Sunday.  I knew I had thawed some chicken breasts but didn’t want to make the “same old thing.” I then remembered I also bought 2 tubes of crescent rolls and that made me thing of making a chicken pot pie with the two of them.

The “Boys” both loved it and totally cleaned their plate…. and again… there was enough leftover to freeze for another night, adding to my stash of Freezer Meals!

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Sandie

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