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October, 2012  // Posts published in October, 2012

31 Oct Dinner, Food | Comments

15 Bean Soup with Pumpkin 7-UP Biscuits

Soup, for me, is a year-round dinner. I don’t care if it’s hot out, cold out; I love to eat soup for dinner. Usually, after I make a big ol’ pot, I’ll eat if for three meals a day, until […]


Corn Dog Tots

I love a good dog! Bun, bun-less, plain, toppings, whatever. All dogs are good. This Corn Dog Tots recipe is one of our favorites. It’s pretty easy to make if you don’t mind cooking with oil. One of my favorite […]


22 Oct Dessert | 4 comments

Pumpkin Caramel Angel Food Cake

Ninety percent of the time, I cook healthy. I try to cook from scratch and use preservative free ingredients. However, when I cook unhealthy, I cook really unhealthy. Bring on the boxed foods, premixes and any kind of sugar. I’d […]


15 Oct Food, Snacks | 1 comment

Halloween Chex Mix

Halloween is two weeks away and we know many of you have Halloween Parties to attend! Wondering what to bring? Here’s an easy Halloween Chex Mix Recipe. Confession Time – I ate the whole mix by myself this weekend. And […]


Pumpkin Pancakes

We’re already in the Fall spirit so bring on the pumpkins! This Pumpkin Pancakes Recipe is super easy and the whole family will love it! Please “Pin” this recipe if you like it! Print Pumpkin Pancakes : Darcey : Breakfast :  10 […]


09 Oct Bread, Food | Comments

Banana Nut Muffins

Banana Nut Muffins are, hands-down, my favorite type of muffin.  I literally could eat these muffins for breakfast everyday and never get tired of them.  I had never even considered making my own until one day I decided to do […]


Pumpkin and Maple Steel Cut Oatmeal

It’s October First and around these parts that means making any recipes involving pumpkin! My family loves anything pumpkin flavored so these Pumpkin and Maple Steel Cut Oats were an automatic hit! This recipe makes a big ol’ pot full […]



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