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Huevos Rancheros Verdes Breakfast Cups ((Breakfast will never be the same!!))

I have a bundle of recipes just floating around in the spaces between my to do lists, daydreams and whatever decides to bounce around in my brain throughout my days. And this recipe is one that has been begging to come to be for months. Please tell me I am not the only one this happens to! Continue reading

Cheesy Bacon & Jam Stuffed Biscuit Cups

I love making breakfast muffin cups and lately I have been on a real roll. The guys are homeschooled 3 days a week ((and Gracie is homeschooled exclusively)), so I get plenty of opportunities to try my breakfast ideas on them. They love my NomNoms ((check out all my recipes my clicking the link)), but some times I am in the mood for something a little simpler. Breakfast cups are about as simple as it gets. Continue reading

((Individual)) Puffy Cheesy Egg & Bacon Casseroles ((muffins))

I like to have a few things stocked in my fridge at all times: eggs, cheese and bacon being at the top of my list. Oh, and milk, Dijon mustard, apricot preserves, fresh cilantro & parsley, carrots, celery, lemons & fresh fruit. It is always a bonus if I have some type of pastry dough, whether it be canned biscuits, frozen puff pastry, pre-made pie crust or a can crescent dough. Having a pre-made pastry on hand brings with it unlimited ((tasty)) meal options. Continue reading

Need an Idea for Turkey Leftovers?? ((Turkey & Bacon filled Puff Pastry Cups))

The other day, I slow-roasted a turkey breast with the single goal of having enough leftovers to try out a “turkey leftover recipe”. I have been daydreaming about leftover recipes for a few weeks. Is that weird? Probably, but that is just what I do.

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Cream Cheese and Streusel Filled Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Yay!! The air has turned cool and the skies are the most beautiful shade of cozy gray. It is my favorite time of the year…Fall. The trees are just starting to whisper their sneaky intentions of changing their leaves from Summer’s greens to the vibrant fiery oranges, reds and yellows. The birds, bunnies and squirrels notice the shift in seasons as well – they seem to fly & scamper a little faster, with lots of work to do before the cold is upon them.

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