10 Recipes for Leftover Easter Ham and Eggs!

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10 Recipes for Leftover Easter Ham and Eggs!

After Easter, my family had TONS of food left-overs.

So, we’ve been freezing some of our left-over ham and making recipes this week with it.

Here are some recipes, you could make:

1. Lentil Soup With Peas and Ham
2. Deep-Dish Ham Quiche With Herb and Asparagus Salad
3. Jambalaya With Shrimp and Ham
4. Ed’s Mother’s Meatloaf
5. Salmon Salad
6. Broccolini With Hard-Boiled Egg
And More!

10 Recipes for Leftover Easter Ham and Eggs!

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Light Up the Party with LED Balloons!

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Light Up the Party with LED Balloons!

The next party you host, don’t do the same old boring streamers and balloons. Take it up a notch and turn your balloons into part of your lighting! That’s right! By inserting a LED into your balloons before you fill them up you will be able to create a magical atmosphere for your party!

Light Up Your Party with LED Balloons. 

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30+ Kid-Friendly Ways To Organize A Bathroom!

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30+ Kid-Friendly Ways To Organize A Bathroom!

We just got done wth potty training our two year old. Once that started, there were things we had to put in our small bathroom that we didnt have before, a potty seat and a stool. Plus, bath toys always take up space, not to mention toothbrushes, hair brushes, hair accessories, etc!

Here are some great ways to organize in a more kid-friendly way:

  • Potty training essentials basket
  • DIY toothpaste dispenser
  • Color coded organization
  • Bath toy storage

Find these and so much more here!

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Recipes: 7 Meals With Leftover Ham!

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Recipes: 7 Meals With Leftover Ham!

Looking for new ways to use your leftover ham after Easter? Check out these Recipes – 7 Meals With Leftover Ham!

You can find casserole dishes, Ham and Swiss Loaded potatoes, and more!

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Jell-O Easter Eggs Recipe & DIY!

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Jell-O Easter Eggs Recipe & DIY!

My family has a tradition to make Jell-O Eggs every Easter season! Some of my family members even try to swallow them whole, which I would not recommend.

If you are like me, then you’ll have tons of unused Jell-O boxes sitting around in your cupboard. If not, you can buy the name-brand or off-brand for under $0.80 usually.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 2 tsp. oil
  • 4 boxes of 3-oz Jell-O Packages (different colors)
  • Boiling Water
  • 4 tbsp. Greek Yogurt

Other:

  • 10 Plastic Eggs or Egg Molds
  • Empty Styrofoam Egg Tray
  • Plastic Syringe

Please Note: If you do not have a plastic syringe, you can place the Jell-O in a bag and cut a hole in it. Then you can use the bag like a pastry bag to pour in the liquid.

For additional directions on how to make this treat, click here!

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50 DIY Home Tricks To Save You Money!

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50 DIY Home Tricks To Save You Money!

Who doesn’t want to save a little money here and there? There are so many ways to cut back on things in our daily lives to help us save a little.

There are many ways to get creative to save and here are some great DIY tricks to help:

1. Shorten your dryer-vent hose- A short and unobstructed line makes your dryer run more efficiently.

2. Borrow specialized tools- Borrow tools you will only use once to save you from buying them.

3. Close closet doors to lower the square footage you’re heating (and cooling).

4Choose one neutral trim paint to save on paint costs.

5. Sign up for your utility’s time-of-use plan-Many regional power suppliers offer rebates for reducing electricity consumption during periods of peak demand.

6. Make your own cleaning solutions.

7. Turn down the thermostat on your water heater.

8. Install dimmer switches and use energy-efficient halogen bulbs.

9. Replace central-air-conditioning filters.

10. Get your chimney swept in the summer for an off-season price.

Find these tips and more here!

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Recipe: Bunny Butt Cookies!

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Recipe: Bunny Butt Cookies!

Having family and friends over for dinner? Here is a great snack you can make with the kids!

Check out this Recipe for Bunny Butt Cookies!

You will need:

  • 1 roll (16.5 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated sugar cookies
  • 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 container (12 oz) fluffy white whipped ready-to-spread frosting
  • Pink gel food color, if desired
  • 22 miniature marshmallows
  • Assorted size candy sprinkles

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