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Lose Weight without Sacrificing Your Desire for Desserts

By Amanda / December 29, 2016

It is obvious that most of the people who are obese or heading in that direction want to shed some of their weight. Many programs for weight loss usually require that you give up some of your favorite foods like desserts. The Guilt Free Desserts are a great option for those who would like to […]

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A New Way to Think About Healthy Food

By Amanda / December 29, 2016

When you think of ‘healthy’ food, what do you think of? For many of us, this doesn’t exactly bring to mind a gourmet meal. Instead, you might think of healthy foods as being those typical ‘low fat’ sandwiches or crisps that have had all the moisture sucked out of them. Maybe you think of bread […]

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The Easy Way to Make Long Lasting Meals

By Amanda / December 25, 2016

Most people today have a busy schedule and will get home and start wondering what they will prepare for dinner. Frugal Moms Guide to Once a Month Cooking is a great option and guides you on how to prepare food that would last you for a month. It might seem daunting but most of the […]

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How to Make Bacon Wrapped Smokies

By Amanda / December 22, 2016

Get the 5-star recipe for Bacon Wrapped Smokies at . Who can say no to bacon? In this video, you’ll see how to make a super-simple party appetizer. And all you need are three delicious ingredients. You’ll wrap smoked sausages with strips of bacon and sprinkle them with brown sugar! That’s it!  

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How to Make Little Smokies

By Amanda / December 22, 2016

Get the recipe for Little Smokies at Watch how to make the ultimate one-bite party appetizer. These sweet, tangy, and quite irresistible smokies are made in a slow cooker and are a true hands-off recipe.  

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How to Make Spicy Pretzels

By Amanda / December 20, 2016

Get the recipe for Spicy Pretzels at . Find out how to make pretzels that bite you back. The secret is a zesty marinade with eye-opening spices like lemon pepper and cayenne. Just give store-bought pretzels a two-hour soak, then try not to eat the whole batch yourself.