Sunday, September 28, 2014

Sausage and Kale Lasagna Soup

An easy twist on classic lasagna and very easy to make. Sausage Kale and Lasagna Soup will quickly become a family favorite.

Sausage Kale and Lasagna Soup
The weather turned nasty and cold this last week calling for boots, scarfs, hot coffee and soup.
I love this time of year for those reasons and the gorgeous colors of Autumn.
This is definitely one of my favorite soups because it's two of my favorite things in one.
Plus it has Sausage and Kale and the Kale makes it healthy, right? Right! 
Plus L.J. devoured it without a complaint and the kid hates Lasagna for no other reason but the cheese but the soup makes it super easy to skip the cheese if it's not your thing! 
When you have kids these simple options can be really important for your sanity and well being.
This makes a lot of soup but would be great frozen into single servings if you don't happen to have your own personal basketball team like us.
No matter how much food I make I'm lucky to have some form of leftovers the next day! 
Maybe I'm weird but I love really good leftovers..
Anywho on to the recipe...

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Snickers Starbucks Iced Coffee Brewed To Personalize

This post is sponsored by Yummly and Starbucks. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Snickers Starbucks Iced Coffee Brewed To Personalize
Coffee's a morning time staple in our house and with Starbucks Iced Coffee Brewed To Personalize I now can have an Iced Coffee in under 3 minutes on busy mornings.
One of my favorite drinks is a Snickers Starbucks Iced Coffee.
I can never pass on chocolate, caramel and Starbucks.
Oh and don't forget the whip cream smothered in caramel.
I just love how easy and convenient Starbucks Iced Coffee- Brewed To Personalize is.
Snickers Ice Coffee Recipe
One of my my favorite ways to start the morning! For the full recipe with step by step instructions Click Here.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Balsamic Pork Pot Roast

Tender, juicy Balsamic Pork Pot Roast is full of flavor and a great use for a cheap cut of meat.

Tender Balsamic Pork Pot Roast
               Since it's almost the first day of fall and I've been craving comfort foods I thought it was about time we make one of my favorites.
Balsamic Pork Pot Roast is so tender and flavorful the meat just falls apart.
Just like the beloved Beef Pot Roast but possibly a little better, the jury is still out on that but oh man is it good! 
It's the perfect use for a cheap cut of pork like Pork Shoulder or Boston Butt.
I had purchased a whole Pork Shoulder awhile back because the price was right and only needed half to make Slow Cooked Bourbon Peach BBQ Pulled Pork.
 I've patiently been waiting for the weather to cool to make this for you and I strongly suggest some Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls or French Bread Dinner Rolls for sopping up the gravy..
It was so good the family was fighting over leftovers to bring to school and work.
In the process they forgot about Mom and took all the gravy.. 
The story of motherhood.
The next time I'll make sure to hide some leftovers down in the back of the veggie draw, no one will ever think to look there! 
Here's how to make this lusciously moist, flavorful Balsamic Pork Pot Roast:
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