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Little Smokies Wrapped in Bacon

Little sausages wrapped in bacon and smothered in sweet brown sugar. An easy recipe for parties, game day, or potlucks! They are baked to mouthwatering golden brown perfection. These Little Smokies Wrapped in Bacon are so addictive, everyone loves them from kids to adults. What’s not to love here?

Little sausages wrapped in bacon and smothered in sweet brown sugar. An easy recipe for parties, game day, or potlucks! They are baked to mouthwatering golden brown perfection. These Little Smokies Wrapped in Bacon are…

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Chocolate Tarantulas

Made with Milk Duds, pretzels, and chocolate! Chocolate Tarantulas are a fun, creepy, and AWESOME Halloween food craft for the kids!

Halloween is the perfect excuse to play with your food, and these Chocolate Tarantulas are an ideal choice! Easy enough for the kids to help make and a tasty sweet-salty mix. They are significant in…

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Cheeseburger Quesadillas

These Cheeseburger Quesadillas are easy enough to make for a quick weeknight dinner, but I also love them to serve as an appetizer (think Super Bowl!). Served with a side of fries and a salad, this recipe will be a hit! Plus, it's picky-eater approved:)

Cheeseburger Quesadillas are quick, fun, and delicious! This easy dinner recipe goes from fridge to table in under 30 minutes. This is an all-star lunch or dinner idea that will be on repeat! Everything you…

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DIY Large Tassel Blanket

It’s finally fall! There’s something about fall that makes me want to put a blanket in every room and on every chair. I love the large tassel blankets I’ve been seeing everywhere, but I haven’t been loving how expensive they are.

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Binders are out, Laptops Are In: The New School Year Looks Like This

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This school year looks nothing like I’d planned. My “baby” is starting Kindergarten and instead of packing his backpack with brightly-colored markers and crayons, he’s toting a Chromebook onto the couch for virtual school.

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