Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Bacon Cheeseburger Pasta

I really enjoyed this dish. Maybe I was really hungry, but I liked it. Again, I got this from one of my favorite recipe blogs, Real Mom Kitchen. Thanks to my great neighbor who loaned me some tomato soup. I swear I had bought some at the store, but couldn't find it. My dear little girl probably stashed it somewhere and I'll find it in a month.

Bacon Cheeseburger Pasta

8 ounces uncooked tube or spiral pasta
1 pound ground beef
6 strips of bacon, diced
1 can condensed tomato soup
1 cup (4 ounces) cheddar cheese, shredded
Barbecue sauce

Cook pasta according to package directions. Meanwhile in a skillet cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain and set aside. In the same skillet, cook bacon until crisp(I do mine in the microwave); remove with slotted spoon to paper towels. Discard drippings. Drain pasta; add to skillet. Add soup, beef, and bacon; heat through. Mix in desired amount of barbecue sauce ( I just do a few shakes of the bottle). Sprinkle with cheese; cover and cook until the cheese is melted. 4-6 servings"

Friday, July 23, 2010

Clear Out Sale- Prices Reduced!

I've reduced the prices on the stamp sets! Check out the new pricing below. See something you like? Call (801-413-7429) or Email www.scrapinandstampin@hotmail.com.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Summer Clear Out Sale

I've been cleaning out my supplies and have found some great things! I found new items, gently used items, and some I have duplicates of. I'd really like to find new homes for these items. I'm offering them at discounted prices, grab them before the are gone!


Top Row: D1260 Endless Love
Middle Row: D1260 Endless Love & D1349 Be Yourself(sold)

Bottom Row: D1407 Piece of Cake & D1421 Cherish the Moment

This set is brand new but only $7.95 regular price. It can be yours for only $3


Top Row: D1340 Easter Eggs & D1085 Easter Time

Bottom Row: D1130 Random Thoughts(sold) & D1259 Eastertime Top Row: D1032 Fall & D1012 Confetti and Favors(sold)

Bottom Row: D1027 Joy & D1226 Magical Season Top Row: D1218 Summertime & D1217 Free Spirit

Bottom Row: D1003 Girly Girl (sold), D1275 Serendipity, & D1186 Rustic Flowers

Top Row: B1234 Solo "J", B1030 Bugs, & B1222 Outdoor Thoughts
Bottom Row: B1189 1st And 10, B1192 Snap Crackle Pop(sold), & A1004 Summer Harvest

C1236 Hook Line And Sinker & C1255 Just Because

These are little 3x3 sets that were for exclusive sets for hostesses. They are only $1 each!

This is the Miracle Kit. It was a limited time special. It was around $24.95. It comes with paper, cardstock, accents, and a cutting project guide. It can be yours for only $15!

Background and Texture Paper! I have a large selection of papers from different paper packs. Most have two or matching pieces. The paper is 4 papers for $1! These are stickease sheets. The top two have stickease that coordinate with the seasons. The bottom left has great boy colors, next over are letters in buttercup, the last two are from the Deck the Halls kit. They are only $1 each!

I have 4 check book covers left over from the boutique I did in April. All papers and embellishments are protected by a plastic cover and comes with a pen. I sold them for $4 at the boutique, but will sell them for only $3.

Ribbon, ribbon, and more ribbon. These are ribbon rounds with 4 ft of ribbon and only $1 each.

If there is anything you are interested in call (801-413-7429)or email me at scrapinandstampin@hotmail.com. It's first come first serve. If you want to see anything in person I'd gladly have you over to shop. I can also email you a closer picture of any products. I do have some premade layouts available if you are interested. It's first come first serve. I will deliver if you are close by if not, it will be a flat $5 for anything that needs to be mailed.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Incredible Ice Cream Pie

I've had a few requests for the recipe to this yummy creation. I didn't want to keep you all waiting any longer! This is my husband's favorite treat. His mom made it for him when he was growing up. I make it every year for his birthday. If he's lucky I'll make it twice! It calls for Tin Roof Sundae ice cream, but this year I couldn't find it anywhere! I substituted Reese's Peanut Butter ice cream, but I was told it wasn't quite right. So I promised to search some more for the right ice cream. I had to settle for Bunny Tracks. It has the same elements as Tin Roof. It worked much better for the hubby. Honestly you can use whatever ice cream you want, but for hubby, he has to have the right combo.
Incredible Ice Cream Pie
Get your ice cream out to soften while you make crust ans sauce.
3 Tablespoons Butter
2-3 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
1/4 Cup Karo Light Corn Syrup
Cook Until Bubbly. Add 2 1/2 cups Rice Krispies. Stir until covered. Press into 8 x 11 1/2 pan (you could use 9x13, but your crust will be really thin). Chill in freezer while you make sauce.
1/4 Cup Peanut Butter
1/4 cup Chocolate Syrup
2 Tablespoons Karo Syrup
Heat and stir until smooth (I double the sauce)
Reserve a small amount for top. Pour the rest over chilled crust. Chill in freezer. When ice cream is softened place and smooth onto crust. Drizzle reserved sauce over the top. FREEZE.
Set out 15 minutes or so before ready to serve to soften and make easier to serve.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Happy 4th of July Goodie Bucket

Look how stinkin' cute these buckets are! I found them in the $1 bin at Target. When I saw them I thought they'd be perfect for a little gift. I put red, white, and blue salt water taffy in them and finished them off with a tag using Blue Ribbon paper and stickease. I also used the stamp set Thoughtful Seasons (one of my most favorite).