|Taster’s Choice coffee (choice from 6 flavors)||Taster's Choice free sample|
|SofLense daily disposable sample||Contact Lens Sample|
Enjoy these free samples!! Updating again soon!!
1 pkg. of cream cheese; softened
1 pkg. of bacon
First, prepare your barbeque grill as you normally would and using hickory flavored charcoal gives the peppers a great flavor. Cut tops off of jalapenos and cut slit down one side to remove to seeds but keep intact to later add cream cream. After you have removed all the seeds, fill each jalapeno with about a teaspoon of cream cheese and wrap each one with a piece of bacon. Add all of them to the grill at one time. Cook on each side until bacon is thoroughly cooked.
As I posted earlier I find most of my samples from freestuff.com, but just incase you haven’t checked it out yet, here are a few more FREE SAMPLES!
|Fiber Choice Chewy Tablets||Fiber Choice Samples|
|Maven Shampoo Sample||Maven Beauty - Sign up for samples|
|Free Pouch of Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice||Sample from Smart Source Coupons!!|
This is only a few new ones…. I’ll try to update again tomorrow!!
There is a link further down my page for the website freestuff.com. This is a great website to sign up for. Each day they send you an e-mail with a sample of the day. The samples are usually from the manufacture’s website and it doesn’t take but a few weeks to get your samples. Sign up with this website!! After looking through many sites, I think this is the best one. I have found others but they just aren’t as good. New stuff is added all the time and there are several different areas in the site to find places with the best priced items, codes for special promos for different brands, ect. Most all of the samples that I have found have been from this site!
1 box of macaroni pasta
1/2 container Velveeta
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 pkg cream cheese
1 Tbsp butter
Boil pasta as directed on pkg and drain. Put back in pot and add all the ingredients. Turn heat on low and stir until well blended and hot.
March is a great month for gardening so why not involve your two year old as well. They will love to dig in the dirt, dig holes, and look at the pretty flowers you are planting. Watering the garden every evening seems to be something my son really loves.
Gardening is also a great way to introduce new veggies into your child’s diet. Knowing they helped to grow the veggies may help persuade your child to try something new. Show your child when you use veggies or herbs in your food. Let them know they are eating something that they grew!
Try teaching them about a different step in the growing process each week. Let the favorite color of the week be the color of the flowers you planted that week. Even try letting your child have their own plant that they can care for. Show your child how different plants have different shaped and colored seed, blubs, ect.
Even plan indoor activities that have something to do with the garden. Have your child help you prepare an indoor herb garden. The kitchen window seal is an ideal place for a few of your favorite herbs. Have your children decorate the clay pots for your indoor herb garden. Painting with a brush works best on clay pots.
8 large potatoes
1 small container of sour cream
1/4 block sharp cheddar cheese
3 Tbsp butter
1/2 tsp of salt
1/2 pkg. of bacon; crumbled
1/4 cup fresh chives
1/4 cup milk
Peel and cube potatoes. Boil in a large pot on high heat for 30 minutes or until fully cooked. Drain water from potatoes and mash. Add sour cream, butter, cheese, salt, bacon, chives, and milk. Put mashed potatoes on low heat to finish warming thoroughly.
So it’s raining outside. Your toddler just doesn’t seem to understand why it may not be the best idea to go play in the rain. Why not bring some outdoor fun indoors!
Water/sand/sensory tables are great ways to bring outdoor fun, indoors! Instead of the same old sand… you can put cut up pumpkin chunks on the table, around fall holidays. During the summer you could put sea shells with different textures and colors on the table. Name the different types of shells, show pictures of different animals that live in the shells (crabs, clams, ect.) Has your child ever seen a pineapple? Cut one up and add to the table and be sure to save some to sample.
Don’t have a sensory table?!? Line your sink with heavy plastic if you are worried about clogging it up and add whatever. Just pick up plastic and discard it the trash when finished.
The possibilities are endless!! Keep adding new things; different and usual things that your child usually doesn’t see.
2 cans of green beans; partly drained
1 Tbsp bacon grease (optional of you are worried about the fat)
1Tbsp butter (if you don’t use bacon grease)
3 or 4 sliced of bacon; crumbled
1 small onion; diced
1/4 tsp salt
Saute onions in butter or bacon grease for 2 or 3 minutes on med-high heat or until onions are transparent and tender. Add bacon crumbles, salt, and green beans and continue a heat for 4 or 5 minutes.