2 (15.25 ounce) cans whole kernel corn2 (15 ounce) cans creamed corn4 tablespoons white sugar
4 tablespoons all-purpose flour4 tablespoons milk
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Combine the corn, creamed corn, sugar, flour, milk and eggs. Mix well. 3. Pour the mixture into a souffle dish.
4. Bake at 350 for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.
I have been nesting quite a bit today and after my weekly grocery run I decided to get my messy pantry together. It is by far a work in progress but I’m quite proud of how far it has come and excited for where it is going.
I organized the bins based on labels very specific to my families needs. I got the super cute bins from (drum roll please) “The Dollar Store”! I got the labels from worldlabel blog
I will update you with my progress when I’m finished with the pantry remodel. My next goal is to put up a cute background like the one at Landee See Landee Do Blog
I have been on a big Asian kick this week. Tonight I made this ginger salmon that was to die for!! You should try it and let me know how it tastes.
4 salmon filets
Asian veggie mix(your choice)
3tbsp. Olive oil
3 caps full of ginger
* these items to your own taste and flavor pallet*
Korean stir fry sauce
1. Spray Pan with Pam and pour in olive oil
2. Turn burner to medium add salmon and all other spices and sauces
3. Let simmer turning fish when needed until the filets are done and flakey
4. Remove fish leaving sauce mixture in the heated pan
5. Add veggie mix to the pan and mingle it with the sauce adding more sauces if needed
6. Let veggies simmer until done then remove pan from the burner and enjoy!!
Tonight I was really excited to try a new pasta dish. I personally thought that is was delicious although inquiring male eaters thought that it was not enough food. It was rich with just enough cheese and was just the comfort food I needed after a long hump day. Creamy Basil Chicken Pasta to die for pero mucho tiene hombre no( aka- Not for those with a huge appetite)
From Yikes to Yay!!!!!!
This morning I jumped up at 5:30am without the aid of the alarm just fully awake. So I think to myself what should I do. Well I can start studying some for my Reading Methods exam. I could have finished my running records lesson plan but, before I got down to something productive I went out to Walmart. I love Walmart it is the one store that you can count on to be open at any time. I am beyond happy this morning as I have solved the number one issue in my home life. I have finally solved the couch delima. I found some awesome 2 piece slip covers and from there I was able to tie the living room together with things I already owned from my previous apartment. What do you think?
Recently to purge me of my sausage biscuit addiction I have been having this breakfast protein shake. I recommend this to everyone I know. If you’re looking to watch your weight or just eat a little healthier. My mornings are so hectic what with trying to make it to school on time and decide what in the world I am going to wear. When I say that this shake fills you up beyond belief it really does and on top of that saves me time. Everyone who knows me knows about my problem with Bojangles sausage biscuits(I’ll have two please) it must be something special to tear me away from that drive through. Here’s the ingredients and let me know how it works for you:
~Morning Protein Shake~
8oz Blue Machine Naked Juice
1 scoop Vanilla GNC Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein
1 scoop GNC Brand Super Fiber
4 cubes of ice
-shake or blend all ingredients in a shaker cup or blender then enjoy
FYI- it is nice if you get one of those GNC shaker cups so that it is easy to mix together or you can use a blender. Also for my WW point counters this shake has 0 points if you count all the fiber.