Crockpot Crunchy Drop Cookies – Cap’n Crunch, Rice Krispies, and marshmallows coated in a peanut butter white chocolate! No bake and so simple! These are perfect for kids who want to help with Christmas cookies. 

Crockpot Crunchy Drop Cookies - Cap'n Crunch, Rice Krispies, and marshmallows coated in a peanut butter white chocolate! No bake and so simple! These are perfect for kids who want to help with Christmas cookies.

Okay first, I want you to know that I didn’t know what to call these so I asked my dear sweet precious boyfriend who suggested…

Deer droppings.

Why?!

Of all the things he could have said.

We’re not going to call them that. Please don’t call them that.

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Pistachio Thumbprint Cookies  – pistachio cookies with vanilla filling and a chocolate drizzle! The perfect Christmas cookie!

Pistachio Thumbprint Cookies - pistachio cookies with vanilla filling and a chocolate drizzle! The perfect Christmas cookie!

It’s Christmas cookie season!

How excited are you?!

And how was Thanksgiving?!

My kids were out of town and since I very rarely get a night without kids and I’m also always whining about the lack of poke in our tiny city, BF drove us 45 minutes Wednesday night so we could have a Thanksgiving sushi burrito and poke bowl. He had to work real Thanksgiving and I was happy not to cook a single thing this year.

And then I never left the house the rest of the weekend except to pick my kids up yesterday.

It was perfect.

Poke House, Round Rock TX- Hot Cheetos Sushi Burrito

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Apple Cranberry Crisp – the easiest Thanksgiving dessert! Sliced apples and whole berry cranberry sauce topped with a crunchy oat topping.

Apple Cranberry Crisp - the easiest Thanksgiving dessert! Sliced apples and whole berry cranberry sauce topped with a crunchy oat topping.

Hi guys!

We wrapped up our last weekend of fall sports this past weekend so hopefully that means I’ll get some new recipes up now. Also? Those last 2 games were so stupid cold that I had 3 layers on and eventually wrapped myself in a blanket that I found in the back of the Jeep.

I mean, what’s the point of living in Texas if it’s going to be 27 degrees in November?

I’m not big on Thanksgiving recipes and would really like to skip right over to Christmas cookies but I do want to share this dessert that I’ve already made twice. We’re obsessed.

I make the same recipes for Thanksgiving dinner every single year but for some reason I like to try different dessert recipes. I don’t think I’ve ever made a traditional pumpkin pie. I made this last week and didn’t photograph it because I didn’t expect us to love it but it barely lasted a day in my house so I had to make it again!

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Pressure Cooker Banana Walnut French Toast – make ahead breakfast! Prep the French toast the night before to make breakfast quick and easy! Perfect holiday breakfast!

Pressure Cooker Banana Walnut French Toast - make ahead breakfast! Prep the French toast the night before to make breakfast quick and easy! Perfect holiday breakfast!

Hi guys!

I have the perfect weekend breakfast for you!

This is also the kind of thing that I like to make for holidays mornings because it can be prepped the night before and then there’s no fussing about breakfast the next morning when you have a million other things going on.

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Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza – easy weeknight meal the whole family will love! French bread layered with alfredo sauce, chicken, bacon, green onions, tomatoes, and 2 cheeses. 

Chicken Alfredo French Bread Pizza - easy weeknight meal the whole family will love! French bread layered with alfredo sauce, chicken, bacon, green onions, tomatoes, and 2 cheeses.

Hi guys! How was the weekend?

I started my weekend with a call from the school nurse on Friday afternoon that lead to an urgent care visit to see if stitches were needed.

They weren’t.

Then we skipped a soccer game (because of the injury), lost one soccer game 10-0, and had a football game called off in the 3rd quarter because of lightning (we were losing that one, too).

We kind of just lazed around Sunday. Watched some football. Made some French bread pizzas.

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