Category Recipes & Cooking

BEST Gluten Free Passover Cake!

This cake is incredible. I took a recipe that had that included baking soda and baking powder and modified it for Passover. The frosting is INCREDIBLE. I would use this for any recipe. It is so easy and much healthier than buttercream frosting plus no added sugar and it tastes rich and creamy.
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Easy Blueberry Muffins

I am a huge fan of warehouse clubs. The problem is sometimes I go overboard. I usually get more fruit than we end up consuming and I am stuck trying to figure out what to do with the rest. We freeze some of it for smoothies and use the rest in other recipes. This past…
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Easy Fluffy Eggs

I saw this on TV and decided to do a test of what works better. Regular fork beaten eggs, or ones that you put in a drink shaker.  Must be the Master’s program that I started since I am now questioning everything and researching it. {oh, yeah.. I started a Masters in Education program called…
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Candy Cane Bark

Peppermint bark is everywhere this time of year, and no wonder, it’s easy to make and tastes great. However, many kids aren’t that fond of the taste of peppermint. One of my kids in particular will not eat anything with a minty flavor. I was looking for an alternative to Peppermint Bark and found some…
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Cheesy Tortellini Pasta Bake

I had a chance to make a delicious Cheesy Tortellini Bake as part of a sponsored post for Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community. This is great to add to your collection of family friendly recipes. #FreshFinds #Cbias #SocialFabric Sometimes I feel like my family lives off of pasta. They would eat pasta every day if I…
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Popcorn Cupcakes

My twins turned 5 this week and we are having a carnival themed birthday party for them this weekend. After all our work making rainbow cupcakes for their fourth birthday, I was in the mood for something a little more simple this year. I have seen “popcorn cupcakes” all over pinterest and they looked easy…
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Easy Honey Bread Recipe

I was searching for an easy bread recipe to make with the kids. Baking bread is such a fun activity to do with kids. Measuring, scooping and kneading provides so many wonderful sensory and fine motor opportunities. Besides, who can resist a house that smells like baking bread. Yum! I found an easy bread recipe…
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The 7 Best Crescent Roll Recipes

Have you ever bought a tube of crescent rolls? Are you only using them to make ordinary crescents? Well, hold on to your socks, because there is a lot more that you can do with them. We have made lots of crescent roll recipes here on Mess For Less and they are always crowd pleasers….
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Sliders on a Stick – Fun Idea for Burgers

With summer drawing to a close, I am trying to take advantage of the days and get in some last summer activities. We have been swimming, spending more time outdoors and grilling. Last weekend, we had a low key family BBQ. I was able to go shopping at Lucky Super Market to pick up some…
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