Clever Safe For Your Temptations
You can start to build good habits by locking temptations away in the kSafe. Can you see why US Today and TIME Magazine called this invention (which was featured on Shark Tank, by the way) “brilliant!”?
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Crab Rangoon Egg Rolls
Take out food? Not anymore! You can now create Crab Rangoon Egg Rolls in your kitchen, so get out the frying pan!
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Cajun Shrimp & Rice
Craving some Cajun spice and succulent shrimp, but can't swing down South for it right now? Don't worry; you can make it yourself with our foolproof recipe for Cajun Shrimp and Rice that's easy enough to be at home in the Big Easy.
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Keto Chocolate Cake
Check out our delicious, delectable chocolate cake recipe that contains only 12 carbohydrates and totally fits the Keto diet plan.
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3 Thanksgiving-Inspired Appetizers
We all know that the only thing better than Thanksgiving dinner is Thanksgiving leftovers.
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Easy Dinner Rolls
Today we’re making dinner rolls, and our recipe couldn’t be simpler or easier. All you need are the key bread ingredients, some patience for the rising steps, and our video guide!
Mouth Watering Zucchini Lasagna Recipe
Are you in need of a healthy meal that still tastes like comfort food? If so, you are in the right place! This recipe will blow your mind. This is a pasta dish, without the fattening pasta! It replaces pasta with zucchini, but do not be alarmed, you will not be able to tell that there is no pasta in it. We promise, if you are a lasagna fan, you will be happy with the end result of this recipe. If you have never tried substituting pasta with zucchini, we urge you to just give it a shot one time. Even if you think you are pretty sure that you will not like it, it cannot hurt to try right? If you just give it a chance, you may be surprised to find how amazingly good it is! It is no lie that you can really have traditional comfort food dishes like lasagna without the fattening parts. Here is the recipe that the video lays out for us (oh, and by the way, try this recipe with your kids, but do not tell them that the pasta is actually a veggie until they have eaten it and told you they loved it! They will be shocked): First, slice the <a href="https://rumble.com/v3e17n-low-carb-zucchini-enchiladas.html" target="_blank">zucchini</a> lengthwise extremely thin. The video recommends slicing to about a quarter inch thickness. You can do this with a mandolin slicer to ensure that your cuts are even throughout. If your slices are uneven, it can affect the cooking process of your faux pasta. After slicing, put all of the zucchini in a bowl and toss salt. Let the zucchini sit with the salt in the bowl for ten to fifteen minutes. In a large saucepan over medium heat, pour in a half cup of olive oil. Add in an onion finely chopped, and brown the onions. The chef in the video uses red onion, but any onion will suffice. Many people actually prefer to use a small yellow, sweet onion for added flavor without the extra spice if you are not a huge fan of onions. When onions have browned, add in a few cloves of minced <a href="https://rumble.com/v31oqk-delicious-cheesy-garlic-bread.html" target="_blank">garlic</a>. Freshly minced garlic is always preferable, but use what you have. If you are one of those who is not keen on mincing garlic by hand, there is a trick you can use to make this process easier, and it will actually add even more flavor to your dish: lightly toss your garlic cloves in a little olive oil, and roast them for just a few minutes until the tops of the garlic cloves have browned slightly. Remove from the heat, and place them on a cutting board. Take a fork and squish the garlic cloves. When they are roasted like this, they will squish easily, saving you time and effort as opposed to having to chop and mince finely. This also gives an excellent aroma and roasted flavor to your garlic. Add a half pound of ground beef and brown until fully cooked. Salt the meat during the process. Add a can of crushed tomatoes, torn fresh basil, and honey to the beef mixture. In a separate bowl away from the heat, blend ricotta cheese, egg, and Parmesan cheese. Add pepper. Lay out your zucchini slices on a baking sheet and pat dry. In a casserole dish, begin layering your lasagna. Alternate the layers of the sauce (beef mixture), the zucchini slices, and the cheese mixture. The video shows a beautiful and artistic way of layering the pasta like a basket weave which also adds more pizzazz to your dish. Make your layers as thick or thin as you like. Bake at 375 degrees for 30-45 minutes. Enjoy!!!
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Creamy Spinach Artichoke Ravioli Bake
When it comes to delicious veggie combinations, there really isn’t anything we love more than the pairing of spinach and artichoke.
Sweet Potato Casserole
We know that turkey is the traditional star of the big Thanksgiving dinner, but let’s all be honest for a second: everybody’s REAL favorites are the sides!
Five Quick And Easy Meal Tricks
Life hacks are always so useful. They allow you to do things in a much easier way than usual. They are usually made using cheap things or things around your house and allow quick solutions to things that may be difficult, inconvenient or annoying. Hacks can include ways to better sort your fridge using cheap items, a tennis ball hanging in your garage to let you know how far to pull your car in, or even how to cleanly wrap up all those long wires! This video will be discussing top five quick and easy food hacks. Food hacks are probably the best, because who doesn’t love eating. It is something people do multiple times a day, and is a big part of everyone’s life. Without food, you wouldn’t be able to survive, so it is awesome to seem some hacks. Make sure to jot this list down so you can put these hacks into an effect the next time you are in the kitchen. In fact, make your own list of hacks if you know any so you can see if any made this list! The first hack appearing on this list is a rigatoni <a href="https://rumble.com/v34pxy-prawn-pasta.html" target="_blank">pasta</a> pie in a mug! First you must get a regular mug for coffee and put a couple of spoonfuls of marina at the bottom and cover it with mozzarella and basil. After doing that you must cover it with more marinara sauce, lay out some cooked and cooled rigatoni pasta, and cover it with more pasta. You are creating layers in this mug just like layering a pie! After topping with parmesan cheese, you heat it in your oven for 20 minutes, and there you have it! A beautiful pasta pie that can fit nice in your mug and easy to eat! You can flip it over onto a plate and let the bottom layers fall over the noodles, it looks very tasty! Another tasty looking item on this list is the <a href="https://rumble.com/v30zun-hasselback-chicken-2.html" target="_blank">Hasselback chicken</a>. You take your chicken breast and make little slits width wise down the chicken breast, then season it however you like. Next you are going to put olive oil in your pan along with some baby spinach and cook with ricotta cheese. With this spinach and cheese mixture, you will get spoonfuls and start to fill in the slits you made in your chicken breast. Once all the slits are filled with the spinach dip, you will cover your chicken with white cheddar cheese and some paprika. Once they are seasoned and filled with dip, the chicken breasts are ready to enter the oven. This chicken will be baked in the oven for almost 20 minutes until they are ready for eating! They come out looking so delicious and the slits you made are perfect for cutting in slices. You have delicious chicken breast, cheesy goodness, and some nice spinach dip to go along with it. Definitely something you should try making! There are more hacks to see in this video and all these recipes look very delicious. They are some really creative and easy ways to go about cooking delicious meals!
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6 Surprising and Easy Pancakes
Take brunch to the next level with these tasty pancake recipes.
6 Amazing Apple Harvest Recipes
You've got to try these 6 scrumptious recipes before fall is over.
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Woman Finds Nearly 2.63-Carat Diamond At Arkansas State Park
Ever fantasize about happening upon something priceless?
Home Safety Tips From Firefighters
Home fires continue to be a huge problem in the United States. Here are some of the best safety tips from firefighters.
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300 New Words Have Been Added to Scrabble's Dictionary
'Scrabble' is adding 300 new words, including emoji, to its dictionary.
Reasons Why People Suffer From Back Pain And What to Do About It
Back pain is extremely common. 80% of all people experience some kind of back pain in their lives, and these super common bad habits could be making it worse. There are many things that we are doing on a daily basis without even thinking about it that can exacerbate an existing condition or create a new one. We may not even be aware of what we are doing to cause the pain. So what are these habits? Watch this video to find out! Everyone knows that how we lift heavy objects can definitely affect our backs. But for plenty of people, we don't think twice before picking up our children, or think about our body posture we are picking them up. Daily activities such as this can cause a great amount of stress to the back. Don't worry - nobody is saying to stop snuggling those munchkins. Rather, it is important to just be conscious about body posture. Proper lifting techniques involve avoiding bending and twisting at the waist. Always avoid using the waist to lift heavy items. When picking up an object off the floor, it's best to squat and to keep the spine as straight as possible. Reach down and hold the object as close to the body, then stand up. Use those powerful leg muscles instead of putting the stress on the spine. The next common culpret? Work! Most people spend a lot of time at work sitting down. Depending on their positioning and their ergonomics, they could be making their back pain a lot worse. So, one of the best things we can do for our backs is to take frequent breaks from sitting or standing too long. Our beds, our mattresses, and our sleep positions can also be major factors in our back's <a href="https://rumble.com/v35hng-5295004.html" target="_blank">health</a>. Mattresses that are too firm or too soft can easily shift the spine out of alignment. The important thing is to find a mattress with medium give and make sure that the spine will be aligned. A supportive mattress that keeps the spine straight and neutral can prevent back pain. Obviously, not everyone sleeps in the same position, and so it's not just mattresses that make the difference. Some people sleep on their back or side, which are both healthy positions for the back. Sleeping on the belly, however, is never recommended because in almost all circumstances, the spine is not in a natural position. So, avoid stomach sleep will help to avoid back pain in the mornings. For women, our menstrual cycles can often effect how and when we experience back pain. Hormones released during menstruation can cause back pain for a lot of women as well as cramping and other pains throughout the body. Being a smoker has shown to increase the amount of back pain. This is because smoking causes damage to the small blood vessels that feed the spine. This also increases the risk of osteoporosis and bone density loss. Different aspects of how we dress can also cause back pain. The types of shoes we wear, carrying a heavy bag, or even an unsupportive bra can cause pain. Not only wearing high heels can cause back pain but also other footwear such as flip flops and shoes with uneven soles can contribute to an abnormal gait and abnormal stress on the spine. Fitness is another factor in developing chronic <a href="https://rumble.com/v47xs9-an-exercise-to-help-with-low-back-pain-kitchener-massage-therapy.html" target="_blank">back</a>. Strength in the core muscles that surround the spine and stabilize the spine will help prevent a spine injury from happening, and staying in good shape means less stress on the spine. Anxiety and stress are definitely related because anxiety can be the cause of the pain, and it can also be the result. When we start to experience back pain, the best bet is to head straight to the doctor. They can be a guide in the initial treatments, including medications and conservative therapy.
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Amazon Just Announced a $60 Smart Microwave
Amazon announced a $60 microwave under its Amazon Basics brand.
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Why You Should Not Rake Those Fall Leaves
Raking up fallen leaves is often one of the time-consuming chores of autumn, but some experts suggest that homeowners should let them remain on the ground.
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Chicken Pot Pie
It's a dish that's a meal all by itself: the perfectly-seasoned chicken; the mix of vegetables; the creamy sauce; and the crisp, tasty crust.
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Aldi Will Offer Delivery Service Across The US
Aldi will be expanding their grocery delivery service to stores across the US, as well as launching a test of curbside pickup.
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Bear Behind the Wheel Shocks North Carolina Family
A North Carolina family came across an unusual squatter in their minivan over the weekend.
Household Cleaning Products May Cause Obesity In Children
Commonly used household cleaners could be making children overweight by altering their gut microbiota, suggests a Canadian study.
Crock Pot Caramel
Making your own thick, rich caramel is unbelievably effortless — as in “put ONE ingredient into your crock pot and forget about it until your caramel craving hits” effortless.
Slow Cooker Spaghetti Squash & Meatballs
Slow cooker spaghetti squash and meatballs is the holy grail of easy, healthy, slow cooker dinners.
Mini Pumpkin Pies
Easy, Adorable, and Yummy! Everything is cuter in miniature and with these mini pumpkin pies you get more pie crust.