I didn't have much to report this past week cause we did a lot of leftovers and squeezing out what I could find.
I did however, make 4 lbs of this taco meat for the Taco Filled Pasta Shells. We ate one batch and I froze the rest for this coming week.
Tonight we are having this Enchilada Casserole.
Some other things for this week are:
Homemade Pizzas- Don't be afraid, pizza dough is very easy.
This is my sisters recipe for Homemade Pizza dough, and since she is the Domestic queen of things homemade (you know you have to be when you live in the bush of Africa), you know you will love it! She even makes her own Pizza Sauce! How cool is that?!
1 can Tomato paste/water
I have no measurements, I just cover the top.
1 1/4 c warm water
3 1/2 c flour
Dissolve yeast, stir in oil and salt. Mix in flour. Knead. place in oiled bowl and cover. Let raise until double. Divide into 2 parts and put in pizza pans. Should be enough for 2 9x13 pans.
Bake around 425
Baked Mushrooms, eggs, and Orange/Chocolate Scones ( I made those mushrooms a few weeks ago and they were so good that its already time to have them again!)
Chicken Ranch Casserole (thanks Amy Thompson!), that you KNOW is going to be good because its got Doritos in it. And you know what they say about Doritos don't you? Oh, you don't...well I'm not gonna tell you!
1 Whole Ckn (cooked and cut up)
1 Can Rotel
1 Can Rotel
1 Can Cream of Mushroom
1 Can Cream of Chicken
Half bag of Doritos (crushed)
Combine the soups and rotel.
Layer, Chicken, Sauce, onion, Doritos, and Cheese. Then Repeat.
Bake @350 for 30 minutes.
Now just for an added bonus, cause I love yous guys...I am going to share some goody recipes with you.
If you haven't discovered Bakerella yet, then go....right now....open a new window...check her out!
She has a post about this recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Brownies.
However, if you look at her post about them, you will see, that Betty Crocker SHOULD pay her to advertise this product because her pictures make you want to lick the screen.
I will prove it too you...take a close look at Betty Crockers Picture...
Yep, that looks good. You are possibly salviating slightly. You at least have licked your lips a little bit.
But now my friends...
Wait for it....
Wait just a little bit longer....
Yes, yes, good things come to those who wait...
Embrace it, go ahead! It's perfectly OK that you have just jumped across your desk to lick your computer screen! Do not feel embaressed that you are taking in deep sniffs trying to catch a wiff of what is surely heaven!
I tell you, this woman is a genious.
I love that instead of plain ole Betty Crocker frosting, she kicked it up and went with homemae Ganache.
You cannot beat homemade Ganache.
I dare you to try.
All I can say is WOW, I sure can't wait to make these for Brush Arbor on Sunday.
Now for something a little less sinful, but good nonetheless.
It is a good idea to buy bananas simply with the intention of letting them go bad. Cause then you can make things like this little bit of yummy goodness.
Lana and I made them the other night and they are most scrumptious. We used Crunchy PB cause thats what we had in the house + I didn't have mini Chocolate Chips so we used regular.
And that my friends are the things that we will be partaking of this week.
Hope you find something good in your pantry!