Posted at 12:07 am , on August 19, 2018
Celebrating our son’s Birthday is a Blessing for all of us and I praise Jesus that I am here to kiss him and share his big day! Being a hardcore gamer he’s finally convinced me to watch him play one of his favorite ventures. I’ve been watching him play a lot of Uncharted these past few months, loving every single riveting moment of every level! My personal favorite being Uncharted 3 Drake’s Deception for which I bought him a statue of and also plastered his bedroom walls with Uncharted posters for his birthday. In attempt to really surprise him, I bought an edible Uncharted cake topper (which I thought would be the BOMB literally) and sorry to say, it absolutely fizzled. It was like eating thick sugary paper!! It looked great, but made my son’s throat itch and was horrible!! I am definitely going to leave a review so nobody else is fooled by appearances! Good thing my husband made a back up cake!
Other than that, it’s a lovely BLESSED DAY CELEBRATING LIFE for all of us!
Posted at 2:33 pm , on July 5, 2018
I was craving something sweet and decided to make one of my favorite desserts using Ritz crackers as a crust and plain yogurt topping which is oozed on during the last five minutes of baking! Everyone loves this cake! I start with 4 80z blocks of cream cheese, 4 eggs and 8ackets of Splenda (or 1/4 cup sugar) to blend. Then, crush 3cups of Ritz crackers with 3 tablespoons of butter and 1/4 cup sugar and press into a 9″ x 13″ pan before spreading cheesecake filling over top. Then bake at 350 for about 45 to 50min. Take cake out of the oven, set aside. Meanwhile, whip 2 cups of plain Mountain High yogurt with 2 tablespoons of sugar then spread over the top of the cheesecake and return to oven for an additional 5 min. Let cool then refrigerate overnight. You’ll love this recipe, too!
Posted at 4:25 am , on June 28, 2018
Having had lots of children, it’s always been a fun challenge creating and cooking meals that can fill bellies to the blessed brink. Although my children are all mostly grown now, I still cook for a large brood more so out of habit than hunger. Here is one of those magical ways that I have made simple small burritos into big blessed bites!
Firstly, using Krusteez Pancake batter which I have reduced the water amount in order to make it thicker before adding a handful of dried onion flakes for flavor, I dipped my burritos into the bowl and then into the frying pot! After the bottom browns, I carefully flip them over, wait until it browns about another 2 minutes and voila!!
These are positively scrumptious! Three times bigger and filling! Any extra pancake batter is used to either drop into the oil as onion balls or used to coat franks for a delicious dog!