May 272017

french toast
Here’s a great idea for breakfast or brunch – overnight baked French toast! Do all the prep work the night before and in the morning you can just pop it in the oven for about 45 minutes to bake.

The recipe starts with thick cut bread and gets layered with brown sugar, cinnamon and a few other ingredients. Let it chill out in the fridge over night, and in the morning it’s ready to go. After baking, lightly dust with powdered sugar and drizzle with maple syrup for a crowd pleasing, impressive meal. You can check out the complete recipe with instructions on the post HERE.

And, to help keep this recipe budget friendly, we have a stack

Domino Brown or Powdered Sugar 2 lb package $2.19 (Reg. Price)
-15% Off Domino Brown & Powdered Sugars 2 lb Target Cartwheel x6/3
Save .75 Off when you buy TWO Domino Sugar Products 2 lb+, or HERE.
= $1.48 each after stack wyb 2

Some stores carry C&H sugar instead – and if that is what is sold in your region you may see a coupon for C&H at the above links instead. If that is your stores brand you can stack with the -15% Off C&H Brown & Powdered Sugars 2 lb Target-Cartwheel x6/3 instead.

-Thanks CenterCutCook!

May 242017

bell pepper 2

Wondering what to make for dinner tonight? Michelle has a great recipe for stuffed bell peppers that only take about 10 minutes of prep time, making them perfect for a busy night.

Par boiled peppers get packed with sausage, ground beef, garlic and a few other ingredients to make a savory filling. Once stuffed, they get baked for about 20 – 30 minutes leaving you free to tend to other tasks! Top with fresh shredded cheese for pretty presentation. You can check out the complete recipe with instructions on the post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartpublix!

May 202017


Looking for an impressive dessert idea that can be easily portion controlled? CenterCutCook has a sweet idea – cheesecake stuffed strawberries.

It all starts with plump, ripe juice berries that get a small slice taken off the bottom so they can stand upright. Scoop out some of the inside and then fill with a sweetened cream cheese mixture. Top with some crushed graham cracker crumbs for an impressive after dinner dessert. You can check out the complete recipe with instructions on the post HERE.

-Thanks Ashley at CenterCutCook!

ad-berriesIf Driscoll’s is the brand your store carries –  thru today, 5/20, Target has them on sale 2/$5, and een better- next week they will have select berries on sale, including fresh strawberries to help keep this recipe budget friendly.

And, if you haven’t done so yet, you can Join the Driscoll’s Rewards Club, and  you will receive a .50/1 Driscoll’s product coupon just for signing up to make for even more savings…

Fresh Strawberries 1 lb $2 each (STARTS 5/21)
.50/1 Driscoll’s Berries (sign up)
= $1.50 after coupon and sale

May 172017

fruit tart

Filled with fresh fruit and surrounded by a flaky crust, fresh berry tarts are as tasty as they are colorful! Michelle’s version is also easy to make, and the perfect dessert this time of year.

You can always swap out berries if you prefer different varieties, and topping it off with some fresh mint leaves adds more flavor plus a bit of bright green color. You can check out the complete recipe along with instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartpublix!

May 132017

apple crumble pie
If you love apple pie, you might want to check out the recipe over on CenterCutCook for homemade apple crumble pie. It does involve a few steps between the crust, filling & topping, but the end result is a dessert sure to impress!

Even better, the recipe is laid out step-by-step with tips to ensure your pie comes out picture perfect. You can check out the complete recipe with instructions on the post HERE.

-Thanks CenterCutCook!

May 122017

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by the folks at Sabra, but any opinions expressed are 100% my own.

Did you know that today is National Hummus Day? Well, to celebrate, the folks over at Sabra asked me to share my favorite appetizer made with hummus. So, here’s a peek at a really yummy way to snack on Sabra…

When I have friends over, I like to serve Sabra with Falafel, a Middle Eastern dish made from spiced mashed chickpeas that are then formed into balls or sticks and deep-fried. Even though Falafel is also made from chickpeas, they are different textures and flavors and they go great together! I like to cut up some fresh peppers for dipping as well. Plus, they add great color to your appetizer. Now you have a nutritious snack that’s delicious too. This appetizer doesn’t last long either. :-)

The other great thing about this appetizer, is that Flafel can be more filling than crackers so I guess you could call it an “Unofficial Meal”! It makes a good snack to tie you over until dinner when your stomach starts growling, mine usually starts around 3 pm.

I’ve always loved chickpeas and regularly put them on my salad, but when I discovered Sabra Hummus and all the different flavors available, like Jalapeño, Basil Pesto, Lemon Twist, I was delighted. My favorite flavors are the Pine Nut and Roasted Red Pepper. If you’re feeling less adventurous, there’s always the Classic Hummus, made with chickpeas, tahini and a touch of garlic. And Target carries a nice assortment of Sabra flavors so check them out on your next shopping trip.

Right now, I’m snacking on some Roasted Red Pepper Hummus and crackers while I sit outside writing this post. And, of course, the hummus is almost gone. Happy National Hummus Day! Check out for even more ideas!

May 102017

steak salad
Looking for a quick and tasty meal that you can fix on the grill? Michelle has a great recipe for Steak Salad Italiano. You will need to plan ahead since the steak needs to marinate for about 3 hours, but then it only takes a matter of minutes to cook and assemble.

There are only a few ingredients involved, and you can serve it up with Italian bread on the side for a complete meal. You can check out the complete recipe along with instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartpublix!

May 102017

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May 062017


If your Mom is a chocoholic and you are looking to make something special and sweet this Mother’s day, then check out this recipe for a chocolate strawberry tart over on CenterCutCook. This decadent dessert requires NO baking and just a few ingredients. You will want to plan ahead as it should chill in the fridge for about 3 or 4 hours before serving.

Sprinkle with powdered sugar and garnish with fresh whipped cream for a perfect ending to any meal. You can check out the entire recipe with instructions on the post HERE.

berriesEven better, Target has fresh strawberries on sale both this week and next. And, if your store brand is Driscoll’s and you haven’t done so yet – you can still sign up to get a coupon to make for some nice savings on your berries…

Fresh Strawberries 1 lb 2/$5 (Sale thru 5/13)
.50/1 Driscoll’s Berries when you sign up
= $2 per pound after coupon & sale

-Thanks CenterCutCook!

May 032017

pound cake

Looking for a great breakfast idea to serve on Mother’s Day? Michelle has an easy idea for pound cake French toast. There are only a few ingredients needed, and it can be ready in less than 20 minutes. Serve up with fresh fruit for a colorful and tasty breakfast to make any mom feel special.

You can check out the complete recipe along with instructions on the post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartpublix!

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