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No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Muffins & Weekend Potluck #261

The Recipe with the Most Views  

Good morning and Happy Friday!!!! Weekend Potluck is in full swing and we have some delicious recipes to share with you!!! No Yeast {One Bowl) Cinnamon Roll Muffins by Together as a Family was the most viewed recipe at last week's potluck!!! 

Our other featured recipes include Lemon Creme Brulee, Quick & Easy Pepper Steak and our hostess recipe comes from The Country Cook and she's sharing her recipe for Chicken Taco Pizza with a Secret Sauce. Let's find a seat at the table and let's get this party started.  

Recipes That Caught Our Eye  
Lemon Creme Brulee by A Southern Soul 

Quick & Easy Pepper Steak by South your Mouth 

 Hostess Recipe 
Chicken Taco Pizza  The Country Cook 


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Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars - Martha White E-Cookbook

These shortcut Chocolate Chip Praline Bars start with a Martha White Muffin Mix and topped with a caramel sauce, toasted pecans and butterscotch chips.

Today I have a deliciously easy treat to share with you, Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars. These easy cookie bars start with a Martha White Chocolate Chip Muffin Mix and topped with a ooey-gooey praline sauce, toasted pecans and butterscotch chips.  

This recipe and many more are included in a new e-cookbook Easy Favorites from Martha White & Friends. This free e-cookbook is filled with recipes that start with a Martha White baking mix (sweet and savory) along with a few pantry staples that you probably have on hand. 

Click on the link below to get the Free E-Cookbook 
Martha White & Friends E-Cookbook 

Here's a list of the amazing recipes that are included in this purdy e-cookbook.  

  • Maple Pecan Cornbread Bites
  • Lemon Berry Cream Cheese Muffins
  • Triple Berry Cobbler (dont forget the ice cream 😄)
  • Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars
  • Blueberry Crumb Cake
  • Beefy Cornbread Casserole
  • Buffalo Chicken Cornbread with Blue Cheese Salad

I also have another treat to share with you....... Do you like country music and the CMA Festival? If so today is your lucky day because the nice folks at Martha White are giving away 4 chances to win a trip for 2 to attend the CMA Festival in Nashville, TN. The prize package includes airfare, hotel, transportation, etc. (see official rules for complete details). 

Click here to enter the Martha White Sweepstakes! 
"You can submit one entry per day during the promotional period"

I hope you enjoy this recipe and all the others in the new Martha White e-cookbook. 



Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars

2 – 7.6 ounce packages Martha White Chocolate Chip Muffin Mix
2 – eggs
5 – tablespoons butter, melted
1 – teaspoon vanilla extract
1 – cup caramel bits
3 – tablespoons heavy cream
½ - cup butterscotch chips
½ - cup toasted Pecans

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9 inch pie plate with non stick baking spray.

Using a stand or hand mixer, combine, muffin mix, eggs, melted butter and vanilla extract. Cookie dough will be thick. Spread the cookie dough evenly into pie plate.

Place pan in pre-heated 350 degree oven and bake for 20-25 minutes or until cooked through and the edges are lightly brown. Remove from oven and set aside to cook on a baking rack.

In a small pot over medium-low heat, add the caramel bits and heavy cream. Cook until the caramels are melted (about 5-7) minutes. Cool caramel sauce slightly and drizzle over cookie bars.

Sprinkle butterscotch chips and toasted pecans evenly over the top. Cut into wedges and serve.

Cook's Note: For a chewier cookie bar add one 3 oz package of vanilla cook and serve pudding mix (dry) to the batter and increase the butter amount to 1/2 cup. 

Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 20-25 minutes
Servings: 6-8


This post is sponsored by my friends at Martha White. I've been compensated for my time and efforts in creating this post. All opinions are my own.  #MarthaWhiteCountry #spon #MarthaWhitebaking

     
 


Weeknight Chicken Spaghetti & Weekend Potluck #260

The Recipe with the most views
Easy Weeknight Chicken Spaghetti by A Reinvented Mom 


Good morning and Happy Friday!!!! Weekend Potluck is in full swing and we have some delicious recipes to share with you!!! Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, this Easy Weeknight Chicken Spaghetti pictured above was the most viewed recipe at last week's potluck!!!  Our other featured recipes include Slow Cooker Santa Fe Chili, Creamy Baked Noodles and our hostess recipe is from me and I'm sharing my recipe for this festive Mardi Gras King Cake Monkey Bread. Let's find a seat at the table and let's get this potluck started.   

Recipes that caught our eye
Slow Cooker Santa Fe Chili by Together as a Family 

Creamy Baked Noodles by The Kitchen is My Playground. 


Hostess Recipe of the week
Mardi Gras King Cake Monkey Bread by Mommy's Kitchen 


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February Menu Plan - Menu Plan Monthly

Today I have my February Dinner Menu to share with you. Sorry it's a bit late, but one of my kiddos had the flu, so it put me behind a bit with some of my postings. Fingers crossed everything is back to normal and no one else comes down with it. Any recipe noted with {New} are the recipes I plan to make and will post in the near future. I hope y'all find something you like. 


February Dinner Menu

  1. Beef Tips, Whole Grain Pasta, Roasted Broccoli 
  2. Easy Chicken Taco's, Mexican Rice & Charro Beans 
  3. Not My Mamas Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Peas & Carrots
  4. Cowboy Barbecue Beans  & Pepper Jack Cornbread 
  5. Grilled Hawaiian Chicken, Thai Coconut Rice & Roasted Asparagus 
  6. All-in-One Pork Chop Dinner & Garden Salad  
  7. Holy Moly Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Grilled Corn & Salad 
  8. Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Soup Honey Wheat Rolls 
  9. One Pot Spaghetti & Meat Sauce, Bread Sticks & Olive Garden Salad
  10. Hamburger Steaks & Gravy {NEW}Grilled Lemon Pepper Zucchini 
  11. Sheet Pan Pork Chops W/Green Beans & Potatoes
  12. Grilled Honey Orange Chicken, Steamed Green Beans & Grilled Pineapple
  13. Hearty Stuffed Pepper Soup & Artisan Bread
  14. Easy Peasy Chicken Legs, Macaroni & Cheese & Fruit Salad 
  15. Baked Meatballs with Mozzarella, Whole Grain Spaghetti & Cesar Salad
  16. Hillshire Farm Sausage Alfredo, Salad  &  Fresh Fruit
  17. DIY Sub Sandwiches, Soup & Fresh Fruit 
  18. Pinto Beans & Smoked Sausage & Hoe Cakes 
  19. Grilled Balsamic Steaks, Baked Sweet Potatoes & Green Beans & Squash
  20. DIY Pepperoni & Supreme Frozen Pizza {Freezer Meal}
  21. French Bread CheeseburgersRanch Pasta Salad & French Fries
  22. Grilled Fish Tacos W/Cilantro Slaw
  23. Baked Bean Stuffed Peppers, Garden Salad & Corn Muffins
  24. King Hawaiian Bread French Toast, Eggs & Bacon {Breakfast for Dinner}
  25. Slow Cooker Pork Roast, Potatoes, Carrots & Gravy
  26. Korean Rice Beef Bowls (Brown Rice)  & Egg Rolls


Desserts
Lemon Cream King Cake
Liv's Applesauce Layer Cake {NEW}
Miss Kay's Honey Pecan Pie
Skillet Peach Breakfast Cake 



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King Cake Monkey Bread for Mardi Gras

Celebrate Mardi Gras with this simple King Cake Monkey Bread! This shortcut monkey bread uses Rhodes frozen dinner rolls and is filled with cream cheese, cinnamon-sugar and a sticky -praline sauce.  
Happy Tuesday!  Today I'm sharing a delicious Rhodes bread recipe to celebrate Mardi Gras! Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday is an annual celebration held on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent). Mardi Gras is viewed as the last day to indulge before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season. 

Mardi Gras is all about music, parades, picnics, floats and excitement. Everyone wears purple, green, and gold costumes, beads and masks in celebration. King Cakes are traditionally served for the first time on Kings Day. This delicious festive cake is enjoyed throughout the Carnival season and is a must for every Mardi Gras celebration. 

A traditional King Cake is a braided cinnamon-laced brioche-like cake topped with an icing and Purple, Green and Gold sugars. The sugars symbolize justice, faith and power! King Cakes are baked with a variety of fillings, cream cheese, fruit, cinnamon-sugar and even cinnamon-praline. 

Every King Cake contains a small trinket - often a small figurine in the shape of a baby hidden inside the baked cake. Whomever finds the baby in their slice of cake is crowned "King of the Day" and responsible for hosting next years Mardi Gras celebration (this keeps the tradition going). My favorite King Cake is filled with a lemon cream-cheese filling that I made several years back using Rhodes Frozen Bread Dough

This year I tried another shortcut recipe, King Cake Monkey Bread made with Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls. This recipe is super simple to pull together and everyone will love it. My son helped me bake the King Cake Monkey Bread and we had so much fun in the kitchen. This shortcut monkey bread is filled with cream cheese, cinnamon-sugar and has a delicious sticky -praline sauce.

If you would like to get this recipe, head over to the Rhodes Kids Baking Blog where I'm guest posting today, and sharing the full recipe with step by step instructions on how to make this Festive Mardi Gras treat.   


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This is a #sponsored post on behalf of Rhodes Bread. I'm a contributing blogger on Rhodes "Out of the Oven Blog" & "Rhodes Kids Baking Blog". I've been compensated for my time and efforts in creating this post. All opinions are my own. #Rhodesbread  #Frozendough  


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