Sunday, September 25, 2011

Domestic Bitch Saturday.... er... Sunday!

I know I'm late. I'm sorry. BUT I went shopping with a friend yesterday and by the time I got home I had a lot of house work waiting for me and I spent an hour reading to my kids... so you got left in the dust. Sad day. Let's get this started!

First up, let's do the winner of the Brochure Giveaway. I did the Random Number shiz and it pulled up number... 2. Which is NomadicBark! She is going to use her brochures as Save the Dates for her upcoming wedding- which I think is *genius*. Hint: You can put abbreviated life story of each of you on a panel, the story of you and then one panel be all about your upcoming wedding. (FYI: I would make an excellent flower girl. I'm just sayin.) So CONGRATS! I will email you to get your mailing information.

Next up, Free Shit.

Disney Vitamin Gummies
Johnson's Ultra Sheen Supreme Flat Iron Spray
Miracle Whip
VistaPrint Photo Wall Calendar (Xmas gift idea!)

Then there are some good food coupons that expire 9/30/11 so if you are eating out this week for lunch make sure you grab one of these.

Papa Murphy's

Next up is a recipe I tried. This week I only made one thing that was new to us and that was something I found off of Pinterest. (Of course) But it's called Mandy's Easy Cheesy Chicken Casserole. And to that I say- Mandy? You are bad ass and this was amazing.

3-4 cooked chicken boobs, chopped
16 oz egg noodles, cooked
24 oz sour cream
2 (10 3/4 oz) cans cream of chicken soup
8 oz shredded Cheddar
8 oz shredded Mozzarella
1 sleeve crushed Ritz crackers
1/4 cup butter, melted
2 tablespoons poppy seed.

Mix the butter and crackers, set aside. Mix everything else and put into a greased 9x13 baking dish. Sprinkle cracker mixture on top, sprinkle poppy seeds on top. Bake for 25-30 minutes at 350.

OK- I didn't use 24 ounces of sour cream. I used maybe 4 because that's all I had left and I'm an idiot who didn't check before I went shopping. I also didn't use poppy seeds because blech... I don't feel like they need to be on there. But it was STILL super good. We didn't eat it all in one night so Matt saved some for his lunch the next day and he said it reheated well. I also put a serving into the freezer and then 4 days later, we thawed it and put it into the oven? Still good. This would also make a great dinner if you were bringing dinner for a friend or something. And if *I* say it's good? You know it's good.

 My project this week was mostly catching up on scrapbooking and starting on holiday cards for my Etsy shop. So I made these cute cards (I actually made two sets) with paper that I forgot I even had. It was only a scrap of paper but I was still able to get 10 cards out of it. And one set is only $5. BUY THEM NOW.
Would you believe I'm already working on Christmas stuff? Because I am and it's depressing. I'm pretty much not ready for Christmas. *sigh* But over the next week or so I'll start putting Christmas things into my shop so if you have a request... now is your moment. Let me know and I'll see what I can do!


Anonymous said...

That sounds delicious! I have some chicken boobs in my freezer that need to be used! Pinterest rocks for awesome recipes. I've gone to the store so many times now just for ingredients for something on Pinterest lol mmmm mmmm.....

And I totally signed up twice for that flat iron hair stuff. Lets hope that link works!

Julie H said...

Umm that chicken dish sounds yummy!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, I can't believe I already won! I'm uber excited, as excited as you would be if you got a fainting goat!! Thank you!!

Unknown said...

You had me at chicken boobs.

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

This sounds like a yummy recipe I have copied it and will give it a go.

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

I have that recipe on my pinboard too. Now I need to try it out