1. Square pretzels
2 Hershey’s Hugs (unwrapped)
3. M&M’s (plain or peanut butter)
Stack in above order on baking sheet. Make as many or as few as you want. Bake @ 200 degrees for about 3-4 minutes until hugs look a little shiny or squishy, but not flat. Place them in the fridge to set for about 15-20 minutes, and then ENJOY!
Yes, I realize Valentines Day is over and this treat is very Valentiny, but the snowy weather last week threw me off of my timing. I wanted these to be a cute surprise for your favorite Valentine. But, I’m a day late and a dollar short, as my parents put it. The good news is these tasty treats can adapt to any occasion by just using the appropriate colored M&M’s. These are great for ST. Patrick’s Day, Easter, 4th of July, etc., and you can use school colors for a special snack day. I know these really don’t qualify as a “recipe” but sometimes we forget that easy and simple can also be very tasty. So, show some love. You can still make a batch for your favorite sweetie. He won’t care what day it is!
“We love because He first loved us.” (1John 4:19)
I saw this on someone’s Face Book and wanted to try it. It looked pretty easy and I thought it would be a fun appetizer.
Take 1 potato and make small cuts down the length of the potato, but not all of the way through. Place in small baking dish. Then drizzle with 2T melted butter and 2T Olive Oil. Finally top with your favorite seasoning (Sea Island Sea Salt, Cavendar’s, etc) and bake @ 350 for about 45 minutes to an hour. (I had to bake mine a little longer till the whole potato was done) This makes a great side dish as well as an appetizer.
There is no cute name for this recipe or even a real recipe, I just made it up. I thawed out chicken for something else and realized I had NONE of the ingredients for the “something else”. Was I surprised! It’s like the other ingredients just disappeared; but I had this thawed out meat waiting to be used.
It made me think of the times that the Lord has me ready or “thawed out” for a certain opportunity or ministry, only to find that He had entirely different plans for me. I think the point is to be ready and let Jesus worry about the details. This is something I am currently working on: always be prepared or ready to share Jesus.” Preach the word: be prepared in season and out of season…” (2Timothy 4:2)
Package of favorite chicken in 9x13 pan
Drizzle chicken with Olive Oil
Pour over two 16 oz cans of diced tomatoes (or 1 large can)
Sprinkle with 2T brown sugar and Sea Island Sea Salt (or your favorite seasoning)
Add about 1 cup of grated Colby Jack cheese to the top
Bake @350 for about 1-2 hours depending on oven and your cut of chicken
Add your favorite sides and dinner is served!!
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