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This #Cookies2Crunch shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. I was looking for sweet dessert recipes to make my family that would be quick and easy to make. To make things easy on myself, I sometimes rely on ready made ingredients.   What I decided to make was  a Peanut Butter Creme trifle using the new “limited time only” Nestle Crunch Girls Scout Bars available at Walmart. The bars come in Peanut Butter Creme, Thin Mints and Caramel & Coconut. The bars I bought (see my shopping trip) came in individually

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Baked Egg and Potato Omelette

  You’ll need:  6 eggs 3 medium potatoes 1/4 cup of shredded cheese 1 tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil salt and pepper double layered bowl pan The first thing you’ll need to do is preheat oven at 400°F. Now crack all of your eggs in a bowl and bristly whisk them until fluffy. You’ll also need to add salt and pepper. Then shred your potatoes using the shred blade on your food processor. You can also use a manual shredder is you don’t have a food processor.   Be careful not to over shred the potatoes. You want fine strands

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Creating a Basic Meal Plan

Would you like to know the secret to the easiest basic meal plan I know? I’ve been planning my families meals since 2008 and have learned a huge secret that has saved me so much time in the kitchen. This one simple practice has ensured I don’t lose my sanity preparing multiple meals each week and it’s also helped me reduce the amount of time I spend cooking. In this video, I walk you through my method of planning meals. what’s on my menu this week. what cooking technique I follow to cut my cooking time. I don’t post every

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How to Oraganize & Plan out DIY Projects

Do you get overwhelmed with the thought of starting a DIY project around the house? If you have children you may be familiar with handprints on walls that are in desperate need of repainting or even a carpet that’s long overdue for change. The thought of starting a project on top of everything else you have to do can be overwhleming. I face the same struggles you do, but today I’ll show you how I stopped making excuses and started falling in love with my home again, one DIY project at a time. I don’t post every video on the blog so

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