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What’s the best part of carving jack-o-lanterns for Halloween?  Family bonding time?  Displaying your beautiful/scary/creepy/sweet/funny masterpieces for the neighbors to see?  All that, yes.  But my favorite reason?  ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS.

Lucky for me, this year all three kids picked out pumpkins to carve, so there will be no shortage of seeds to snack on.  And, we are going to mix things up a bit and try adding a few fun flavors to our seeds.  I’m thinking sweet, savory, maybe even a spicy batch for hubby.  Check out these 6 delicious ways to prepare your pumpkin seeds this Halloween!

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After you’ve gotten your dinner plans under control with our list of Free Meal Planning Printables, let’s take it up a notch and make cooking your meals for the week even easier with Crock Pot Freezer meals!  crock pot meals image

Here’s how it works… you purchase ingredients for multiple crock pot meals, then spend an hour or two on one day trimming, chopping, and measuring the ingredients, separate them into individual bags, label with the name and cooking time, then pop them in the freezer.  When you want to make the meal, just defrost the bag in the fridge the night before, and empty it into the slow cooker in the morning!  (Defrosting is not a deal breaker, for most of these recipes you can still cook with frozen ingredients, just add time accordingly).

With Crock Pot Freezer Meals you can get dinners ready for the week, or even the month ahead.  Pre-planning at its finest!
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The Halloween candy has been collected, sorted, and traded.  But there’s so MUCH of it!  What to do with all that candy?  Try transforming it!  We’ve gathered up 15 fun recipes for your leftover candy.  Yum!  {keep reading…}

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30 Amazing Apple Recipes

September 10, 2013 · 2 comments

applesSchool is back in session, and the feeling of fall is in the air.  And although it’s hard to say goodbye to the long, warm, schedule-free days of summer, we find ourselves looking forward to fall and all that it brings;  cozy sweaters and boots, brilliant foliage, holidays, and the joys of {yum} comfort food.  My favorite thing about fall is our traditional family trip to the apple orchard, inevitably followed by days of baking.  Lots and lots of baking.

Today we’re sharing our favorite apple recipes.  Since we couldn’t stop pinning, we’re giving you 30 amazing things to make with apples, {keep reading…}

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