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Originally Posted by Astraia View Post

Energy bites- yep, I've frozen them before. Not that exact recipe, but close enough!

 

Do I have you on Pinterest, Sarah? I can't remember this sort of thing :/


I think so.  I'm bad with remembering which screen names go with which real names though.

 



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that link wouldnt work Sarah but I found this --- http://smashedpeasandcarrots.blogspot.com/2011/08/no-bake-energy-bites-recipe.html

same deal?

 

I am so making some falafel. Thanks Maryam!


Exact same ingredients!  :) 

 

post #62 of 64

So for postpartum I am making:

 

Salisbury steaks

Lentel patties

falafel

meat balls

muffins

corn bread muffins

a couple lasagnas (yuck)

and some quiches

 

I am pressure cooking a bunch of beans up so that is done a head of time, and will freeze them for burritos and what not...

 

 

 

post #63 of 64

The french dip I made today turned out really well.  We were dreading having to deal with the roasts from the cow we bought because we got so sick of them last time.  I found a crockpot recipe today and now I'm looking forward to more roast, lol!  It was really quick and easy, so I figure we can do that pp.  Literally tossed the roast in the crockpot, and added some water, soy sauce (going to use something healthier next time), garlic powder, and bay, rosemary, and thyme leaves, and let it cook all day.  Served it on homemade yeast rolls, and those only take 10 minutes or so to throw together.  Definitely a winner. 

post #64 of 64
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Originally Posted by Just1More View Post

The french dip I made today turned out really well.  We were dreading having to deal with the roasts from the cow we bought because we got so sick of them last time.  I found a crockpot recipe today and now I'm looking forward to more roast, lol!  It was really quick and easy, so I figure we can do that pp.  Literally tossed the roast in the crockpot, and added some water, soy sauce (going to use something healthier next time), garlic powder, and bay, rosemary, and thyme leaves, and let it cook all day.  Served it on homemade yeast rolls, and those only take 10 minutes or so to throw together.  Definitely a winner. 



YUM!  That sounds so good.  That reminds me of a recipe I got from my aunt.  It's a roast with 8 cups of water, 8 cubes of beef bullion, and 8 pepperoncini peppers.  Cook it on low for 8 hours.  It's really good on dinner rolls, or with mashed potatoes and sweet corn.  I haven't made it in ages.  Now I want some.  lol

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