Per my husband's repeated requests, I went ahead and whipped up Annie's Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips as well.
|Take 10 Tortillas- Spray both sides lightly with cooking spray.|
|Slice into 8 triangles (you can fold or stack tortillas to save time).|
|Shake in bag with about 1/2 cup of cinnamon and sugar mixed.|
|Arrange in single layer on cookie sheet- bake at 350 degrees about 8 minutes.|
|Serve with fruit salsa and enjoy the sweet smell of your home!|
I have linked each of the recipes I prepared below, in case anything sounds appealing. Basically, I spent an hour and a half in the morning mixing double batches of marinades in my mixing bowl, one at a time. I poured each marinade into a large measuring cup, so that I could easily split it between two storage bags equally. One bag went into the refrigerator for this week's menu, and one went into the freezer for later.
|These were nearly all of the ingredients needed for all 5 marinades.|
|Final product hot off of the grill- Jim's Perfect Steak Marinade- delicious!|
Amish Baked Oatmeal
Amy's Barbecue Chicken Salad (not freezing this one)
Sesame Pasta Chicken Salad (not freezing this one)
Donut Muffins (also not freezing)
Whole-Wheat Chocolate Pancakes
Whole-Wheat Banana Chocolate Chip Bread
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