Recently when I made the Bacon Cheeseburger Roll-Ups, I decided it was to good to limit to just that. I was having a craving for buffalo chicken. This buffalo chicken roll-up recipe is so easy, whether you use the refrigerated dough or pre-make the homemade dough in the bread machine. I love that they are good for a lunch or dinner on the go, which with our busy schedules is wonderful!
Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Well, it’s taken me forever to finally wrap up my Atlanta Staycation posts, but I’m finally getting to it. Yay!!
If you recall, this year instead of doing our typical mountain trip we decided to stay closer to home and just spend a couple days in Atlanta. We stayed busy the 2 and half days we were there.
I think it was about $120 plus we were able to cook many of our meals. I actually prepared waffle mix and Stuffed Shells as well as Poppy Seed Chicken (recipe coming soon) ahead of time, so that cooking time was minimal.
Here are the highlights of our trip:
Seeing fireworks in a big city is amazing! If you’re near Atlanta, I highly recommend you go downtown next year. If you go to the one at Centennial park there is great live entertainment hours before. Taylor Hicks performed right before the fireworks started. All the fireworks were set to music. Awesome!
Another great set of memories made not far from home! Look for more posts about our travels soon!
Recently when I made some homemade dough in the bread machine, I had some dough left over. I didn’t want to waste it so Teenager and I decided to try our hand at making some Mini Churros. They turned out great, so I’m afraid every time I make homemade dough we’re going to find a way to have some left over dough! If you don’t have any homemade dough, this would work great with refrigerated croissants or biscuits as well.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Kent-ography is a weekly tribute to my Dad, who lost his battle with ALS in December 2013. I wanted to feature some of his awesome photography, or as I like to call it “pics my Dad took.”
I thought this pic was cool. I think Dad took this in downtown Denver. My Dad was a huge Beatles fan, so this picture of John Lennon, I’m sure caught my Dad’s eye. Like me, he had to take multiple pics of it!
This is a great recipe for easy cinnamon pull apart monkey bread recipe that uses homemade dough made my in my bread machine. Whether you use homemade dough or refrigerator biscuit dough, this is an easy recipe that’s great for busy moms and families.
I’ve been really wanting an opportunity to make Monkey Bread and recently my Sunday School class had bring breakfast day. So I seized the moment and decided to make it! However, I wanted to make individual servings and when I found where people put the bread into muffin tins, I was all over that!
I used homemade dough recipe because I didn’t have 3 containers of biscuit dough. I thought this dough worked beautifully with this recipe. My younger son said they were amazing and that he loves that kind of food and I should make it everyday. Kid approved for sure!
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
I’m a bit overwhelmed this week and just too busy to even think straight. So I didn’t have a chance this past weekend to make the recipe for Tailgate Tuesday like I had hoped. I decided to share this amazing recipe for Brining BBQ Chicken. If you’ve never brined chicken before, I recommend you try it. Usually when we BBQ chicken on the grill, it tends to get dry and the only flavor you taste is the BBQ sauce on the skin. I really like the flavoring all the way through to the bone.
To use this for a tailgate, you would brine the chicken the night before and allow the chicken to soak in the brine for at least 5 hours.
Servings: 6-8 people
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Brine Time: 5 hours
Cooking Time: 40 minutes
This recipe is called Chili Citrus Spice Maridinade that would be great with pork or chicken. You could do like I did and cook it in the oven or even better yet you could cook it on the grill.
Servings: 1/2 cup
Prep Time: 10 minutes + marinade time
Cooking Time: depends on the size of the meat