Hello Sunshine!I'm Kimberlee, thanks so much for stopping by today. I am an avid lover of food, books and kitchen décor. I live in Hampton Roads, VA and enjoy being so close to the beach. Feel free to find me on social media or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hello my name is Kimberlee and I have Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy. Usually when I say that and there is this look of shock that comes across people’s faces. Well on Saturday March 31st, I didn’t get that response. I can be in a room with people who have CP and/or has a child that has CP. This conference was organized by Kelly’s Choice a local non-profit that was started by Edwina and Quarry Wilson. They are the caregivers for their daughter Kelly, who has CP.
That’s right April 2nd is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Growing up I always loved PB &J, it was a sandwich that I knew I could always get and always eat. I was one of those kids who would change out the jelly each time though. Most kids want the standard grape jelly. Me, I wanted to be different. I would ask for Strawberry, Peach, Orange, or my favorite Blackberry.
To share in the festivities of today I’ve decided to showcase some peanut butter and jelly recipes from some of my Courage 2 Earn blogger friends. Be sure to check out their pages and enjoy the recipes.
A childhood favorite that has been able to be shared with loved ones. This is a great snack for movie night.
Getting creative with your favorite sandwich is never a bad thing.
This is for when you want to play with your food and eat it too!
Are your mornings busy? This is a great idea to get lunch made ahead of time.
I hope you all enjoy these recipes. What is your favorite PB & J combination?
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Usually for Tastefully Simple they will do a deal of the day. Today it’s a deal of the week. This weeks deal features to two very good seasonings. All week-long you can get these two sampler products at a cheaper rate. It’s a great way to try out our products. Check out our Rustic and Citrus Herb Sampler.
Rustic Herb Seasoning contains rosemary, thyme, garlic and black pepper.
Citrus Herb Seasoning contains onions, garlic, carrots, red peppers, lemon peel, orange peel, tomatoes and salt.
Add some flavor to your next meal with Tastefully Simple’s Rustic and Citrus Herb sampler.
Have any questions, be sure to ask!
Good day everyone. As many of you know I am also a consultant for Tastefully Simple. Our new Spring and Summer line has launched and we are all extremely excited about it. Our TS Eat Well collection has 83 product in it. Each of these products are free from artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, sweeteners, MSG and hydrogenated fats.
Eating Well can be simple and delicious. We have a host of new products this season along with some label and name changes for a few others. Over the next few weeks I will introduce you to some TS Eat Well products, some you may know, others you may not.
Yes, that’s right this post says Jiffy cornbread. I was originally going to write about something else but Sunday dinner inspired this post. Growing up there was always some type of bread to go with dinner, whether it be biscuits, yeast rolls (yes, made from scratch), cornbread or spoonbread. You just knew that you were having brad with EVERY Sunday dinner, you just didn’t know what kind. Then you had to decide which recipe was going to be used lol.
I love me some Jiffy cornbread, shoot I love cornbread in general. Call me ‘country’ if you want, I don’t care. LOL Jiffy gives you so many options. There is a recipe on the back of the box for the cornbread, so you can use that. Me…… well I add some extra stuff in mine, I’ll add about 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract and a tablespoon of mayonnaise. The vanilla was an accident and has stuck with me for years and the mayo is something I got from my gramma. It does make the cornbread a little fluffier. I love it this way.
Now there are times where I will add other items like broccoli (about 2 cups) and cheese (about 1 cup, shredded); cheesy broccoli cornbread is so good and you get your veggies. Other times I’ll make hush puppies and add 1/2 cup of finely chopped onions and 1/4 cup of flour. You can’t always find hush puppies in the store, so why not make your own.
Do you have any variations of cornbread? Let me know!!