Author Archives: Maria Alison

Homemade Taco Seasoning

We eat Mexican food a lot. I mean A LOT!!! And this homemade taco seasoning is a crucial ingredient in recipes like crock-pot refried beans, spicy fried chicken, enchiladas, and potato tacos. Sooooo, I always like to have a large batch of taco seasoning in a jar.

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Soft Cinnamon Buns {From Refrigerator Dough}

These easy Soft Cinnamon Buns will make any morning better! Surprise your loved ones and make their day. Cinnamon bun2 I just love telling my family that I don’t feel like waking up early in the morning so we are just going to have to eat oatmeal. But then surprising them with amazing cinnamon buns.

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Refrigerator Dough {Multi-purpose}

The other day I was having a really busy day. I mean REALLY busy. So busy that I had to get some bread at the store, so we could have  a quick lunch. But when I went to check the ingredients, there was about fifty. Only two of which I recognized, which were flour (bleached and enriched) and salt. There was no yeast, sugar or honey, oil, or even any water!!! Just row upon row of unsafe, and unnecessary additives.

Even the bread advertised as “healthy” and “natural” had terrifying ingredients. After only eating homemade bread for about two years I could smell the chemicals in the bread. My little brother asked me if the “bread” had gone bad! Needless to say I went home to make some pasta with this amazing pesto.

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Homemade Farmers Cheese

A couple of weeks before mothers day, I had one of the little children ask my mother what her favorite things were. Favorite dessert, favorite show, favorite color, favorite breakfast. Her answer? Cheese Blintzes. So I started looking for a recipe, and settled on this one. But I didn’t have any farmers cheese. And forgot to pick some up. All eight times that I went to the store preceding Mother’s Day. Yeah.

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10 Easy Ways to Save Money This Summer

As the days continue to get hotter and hotter, and the kids are growing more bored by the minute, things can get a little pricey. During the summer, your electric bill is a lot more likely to go $100 over your budget. Buying water toys and letting the TV play for hours on end are sure fire ways to spend more money than you’re willing to spend this summer. Coming up with ways to save money this summer might be a little hard if you’re at wits end, so I’ve compiled a list of ten ways YOU can save money this summer while keeping your sanity. You can thank me later.

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