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half white chocolate sprinkled Oreos

Happy glorious Friday! “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it,” Psalm 118:24! Today is going to be such a wonderful day for us!!! Can’t you feel it??? Today, I wanted to do something fun, something that you can try with your kids, alone, or maybe with friends. It’s fun, it’s festive, and it’s simple! They’re my half white chocolate sprinkled Oreos! Half you ask!? Yes half! For that person who can’t decide on a regular or a white chocolate sprinkled Oreo; they are getting the best of both worlds. You can bite into the white chocolate sprinkled side first, and then the other side after. Okay, okay…here they are!

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What you’ll need!

Oreos, as many or as few as you would like

1 bag of white chocolate morsels

Sprinkles

Wax paper

Step One 

Decide how many Oreos you want! I made about ten. Place the amount you want to make on a clean dry plate. Pull out enough wax paper where you can space your Oreos where they aren’t touching when you dip them.

Step Two

Pour a sufficient amount of sprinkles in a bowl, if there isn’t enough when it’s time for dipping after the Oreos are half covered in white chocolate, you can always add more.

Step Three

I used about 2 1/2 cups of white chocolate morsels to dip the Oreos in. Place the morsels in another bowl that can be heated in the microwave, or if you want to use the stove this is completely up to you. I used the microwave for this project. Heat your morsels for 30 seconds first, stir with a spoon, then heat for another 30 seconds, stir again. Your morsels should have a creaming consistency. If not heat for another 20 seconds and stir once more.

Step Four

Dip half of the first Oreo in the white chocolate, gently letting the excess chocolate drip off; then dip the half covered Oreo in the sprinkles. Place the finished Oreo on the wax paper. Continue to do this until all your Oreos are half covered in white chocolate morsels and sprinkles. (Make sure your Oreos aren’t touching)!

Step Five 

Put your half covered Oreos in the refrigerator for about ten minutes. Then they should be done!

Now…take those colorful babies out and take your first bite!

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Try these they are deliciously fun!!!

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Love ya, Muah!
Christian

 

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The best condoms ever

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picture taken from http://www.meijer.com

Happy lovely Thursday!!! Today I wanted to share my experience with lambskin condoms. Since having my daughter I’ve been a condom user, wait a second now… I’m getting back on the ultimate baby stopper, the PILL this weekend! Before I do, I had to tell my loves the scoop on these amazing baby barriers. Honestly, I have never enjoyed condoms, they bother me; the next morning I feel awful because I’m sore and irritated. I just recently realized I might have a latex allergy. About two days ago, my husband brought in the lambskin condoms. Not getting too personal, but hey, that’s what my S.D.C. friends are for!! To share my best and worst experiences with!!! So, let’s get to the good stuff! We tried the condoms…and bada-bing, bada-boom! Just as the reviews state, most people say they’re great, and they are! You know the trojan commercials, where the couples hair is all over their heads, and the music plays and their under the covers looking revitalized? That was us!! The condoms are awesome!! I had to ask my husband twice…are you sure that you had one on!!!? I advise the individuals that don’t use birth-control to use this if you’re trying to prevent pregnancy! I will give you a few facts on the lambskins he was in!!!

  • Lambskin condoms do not prevent the transmission of STDs!
  • Lambskin condoms are a prevention for pregnancy!
  • Lambskin condoms are made from a thin layer of sheep cecum, a part of the intestine. 
  • Lambskin condoms are more expensive than latex condoms (believe me they are well worth it)!
  • Lambskin condoms deliver body heat in a way that latex condoms don’t!
  • Lambskin condoms are an amazing alternative for individuals with latex allergies!
  • Lambskin condoms unlike latex condoms, can be used with oil-based lubricants!
  • Lambskin condoms feel extremely natural!

“Lambskin condoms are good for preventing pregnancy. Because the lambskin material has tiny pores–though they are not large enough to allow the passage of sperm–it is not as effective as latex for prevention of viral STDs, like HIV and herpes. They should not be used as protection against these diseases. For pregnancy prevention, they are about equally as effective as latex and other condom materials,” according to lambskincondoms.org!

My experience with these baby stoppers were beyond great! If your not shy, let me know if you and your spouse try these! 

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Love ya, Muah!
Christian

 

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Sweet potato pancakes

Happy Friday, I’ve been trying to blog all day! My charger isn’t working for my computer so here I am blogging from my phone! Today I wanted to give you a tasty recipe that you could possibly try this weekend! I have to say, it’s soooo yummy! It’s my sweet potato pancakes! This is probably one of my favorite pancake makeovers I’ve ever made! So here it is…

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What you’ll need!

Note: recipe should make about 6 pancakes
1 cup of bisquick
1/2 cup of milk
1 egg
1 cooked unpeeled sweet potato
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 tablespoon of pecans halves for garnish

Directions

Adding the sweet potato last, mix the other ingredients together. Make sure the sweet potato is cooked at a creamy consistency, then add it to the mixture slowly. Get your skillet hot and ready. (I like to use a little less than a tablespoon of butter). Pour about 1/4 cupfuls of the pancake batter into the skillet. Cook until each side is golden brown!

Now, add some syrup, sprinkle a little cinnamon and the pecan halves for taste! I hope you try these yummy pancakes! They are a sure way to make your belly smile:)

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Love ya, Muah!
Christian
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Fried green tomatoes

Happy Saturday!!! I hope you beautiful people get a chance to relax and enjoy this weekend with family and friends. Today, I wanted to share my fried green tomato recipe. These are such a delicious snack. I was inspired to do these because my mother is such a fan of these tasty beauties! The last time I had them were about three years ago at Dixie’s Kitchen (a soul food restaurant), and they were great. I was shopping a few days ago and saw the most beautiful green tomatoes, and I knew I had to try to make them. I gathered up some of my favorite spices, cornmeal flour and made my own mixture they turned out great.

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What you’ll need!

2 large green tomatoes 

1/2 cup of all purpose flour

1 large egg

1/3 cup of milk

1/3 cup of cornmeal

1/3 cup of bread crumbs

olive oil (enough to fill your skillet about an inch thick.)

seasonings of your choice

Step 1

Slice your tomatoes.

Step 2

Mix your eggs and milk together in a bowl big enough to dredge your tomatoes in.

Step 3

Mix your dry ingredients together. The flour, cornmeal, breadcrumbs and your seasonings; on a large enough plate where you can dip and coat the tomato slices. I used salt, pepper and creole seasoning.

Step 4

Dry the cut tomato slices with a paper towel.

Step 5

In a large skillet pour enough olive oil where it is at least 1/2 inch thick. Let your oil get hot.

Step 6

Dip and coat your first tomato slice in the egg and milk mixture.

Step 7

Coat the first tomato slice with the dry ingredients, coating each side and the edges.

Step 8

Place the coated tomato slice in the skillet.

(Continue steps 6-8 for each slice, making sure the tomato slices aren’t touching in the skillet.)

Step 9

Cook each side until golden brown.

Now, these green delights are complete, place over a paper towel and plate. Let the excess oil drain, and take your first first bite once they have cooled. I like green tabasco sauce and hot sauce with mine!! I’m a spice girl!!!

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Hope you try these yummy flavorful tomatoes!!! 

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Love ya, Muah!
Christian 

 

 

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Simple fix, budget friendly, stir fry

Happy Friday, my food lovers. Today I am going to give you a simple fix, budget friendly stir fry that takes around 25 minutes to cook and cost under $15! So, if you’re in the mood for Asian, and don’t feel like ordering out, here’s something quick that will leave your pockets full and your taste buds happy.

What you’ll need!

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Note: This recipe feeds about 6

Frozen stir fry vegetables

Stir fry rice noodles

Teriyaki sauce

Chicken breast (with 2-3 pieces)

Let’s get started!

Step 1

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Season your chicken to your liking. Get your skillet ready to cook your seasoned chicken. I used a little olive oil to cook my chicken breast in. You can use vegetable oil or any other oil that you prefer to cook with. Make sure your skillet is hot, cook chicken until done. Put your cooked chicken aside.

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Step 2

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Boil your water for the rice noodles.

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Place your noodles in the boiling water and cook until complete. Drain your noodles and put aside.

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 Step 3

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Put about 3/4 tablespoon spoon of olive oil in your wok. Let the olive oil get hot and put your bag of stir fry veggies in, season to your liking. Cook until tender.

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Step 4

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In your wok where your cooked veggies are mix the rice noodles in. Make sure you mix them in not smashing the rice noodles. I like to use a salad tosser.

Step 5

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Pour a cup of the teriyaki sauce in the wok with the veggies and noodles, making sure you coat the stir fry all the way through.

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Step 6

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Slice your chicken as thin or thick as you like.

Step 7

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Take a 1/2 cup of the teriyaki sauce and toss in the sliced chicken. Coating every piece. I like to use my hands for this step (wash your hands throughly of course).

Finally your going to plate this quick masterpiece. I plated the noodles and veggies first. Placing the sliced chicken on top.

Walah….

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 Let’s get up close and personal with this dish!!!

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 That tender juicy chicken is sure to leave you satisfied!!!

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 I hope you try this simple, budget friendly meal!!! It’s deliciously pleasing!!!

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Love ya, Muah!
Christian 
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Love at first bite, red velvet pancakes

Good morning my lovely S.D.C. visitors! Today I want to share my love at first bite, red velvet pancake recipe. It’s easy it’s quick and delectably good.

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What you’ll need!

Note: This recipe should make about 6 pancakes

1/2 cup of Original Bisquick mix

1/2 cup of red velvet cake mix (I used Duncan Hines)

1/2 cup of milk

1 egg

Garnish

Powdered sugar

Cream cheese icing

Syrup

Step 1

Mix all the ingredients until blended.

Step 2

Get your skillet ready! I like to use about 3/4 tablespoon of butter, (you can use less)! I like em’ buttery!! Make sure your skillet is on low-medium heat. Put your butter in the skillet.

Step 3

When you notice your butter sizzling pour about 1/4 of a cup of pancake batter in the skillet. Cook until you see the edges are dry. Flip the pancake and cook until done, (continue until all your pancakes are complete).

Step 4

I feel like if your going to make red velvet pancakes, you must have cream cheese icing; so, with a butter knife like you would do butter, slide the icing across your pancakes. I used syrup as well, just a few drizzles. Take your powered sugar and sprinkle it over the cakes.

 Oh my, what a beautiful sight…finally taste…now that’s love at first bite!!!

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Have a love filled Saturday!!!

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Love ya, Muah!
Christian