Feeding The Nut House

How I feed my Large Family on a small budget.

Deep Dish Chicken Pot Pie

I have found that cooking for a large family is not as easy as doubling the recipe, it just never turns out the same. So, I have come up with my own recipes. This Chicken Pot Pie is great for a large family for dinner or for a smaller family for dinner and leftovers....
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The Perfect Double 9 Inch Pie Crust

Making pie crust from scratch is not something to be feared. For years, I only used store bought crusts. I tried a few times to make crust from scratch, but failed miserably. Then one day, I decided that I would no longer fear the pie crust and make it from scratch. It also helped...
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I am Spoiled by Homemade Granola

This is so good it could put Granola companies out of business! Instead of starting my own Granola business and making a fortune overnight, I am sharing it with you so that you too can have the best Granola recipe Evah!! Cuz I’m nice like that 😉 So what are you waiting for, head...
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Mixing up Something in The Kitchen

I have not been very good about getting photos for my recipe site lately. If you are good at imagining how good things taste, just by looking at the recipe, I bet you would love to check out my latest post over on my recipe pages, Feeding The Nut House, it’s More Than Just...
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The Amazing Nut House Fruity Yogurt With Cereal

My mother has always picked on me because I can’t just eat something simple, I always have to embellish it. Sure yogurt with fruit in it is good, but add a few extras and it is To Die For! This is so yummy that I eat it for breakfast or lunch and it makes...
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The Best Homemade Granola

A neighbor introduced me to homemade Granola years ago, and at that time I thought it was the most brilliant thing ever. OK, not the most brilliant thing ever, but very close to being one of the best things that I learned to make that I should have learned decades ago. Since making my...
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Samples, Coupons, Dinner and an Exciting Trip

Not too exciting around The Nut House today. Catching up with homeschool, laundry and other tedious housework. I did get to open up some free samples that came in the mail with a couple of coupons. You can see my samples over at my frugal living blog I’m Not Cheap, I’m Frugal. I have...
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Awesome Spiral Snack

My kids love fun food, and I love making fun designs with their food. All it needs is fresh strawberries and raspberries and it would be perfect! Oh, and maybe some grapes. Just a few more months and we can pick our black raspberries and add those to the mix too. Yum! It has...
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Steel Cut Oats in The Crock Pot

I love steel cut oats, but when I make oatmeal, I don’t want to have to stand around for 30 minutes cooking a bowl of hot cereal. So I make my steel cut oats overnight in the crock pot. One thing I learned the very first time cooking the steel cut oats in the...
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Happy Valentines Day from The Nut House & CHD Awareness Day 2010

         
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Hot Spiced Citrus Apple Cider

One of my favorite things about fall and winter is Hot Cider. Many times I just grab a cup and heat up the cider in the microwave, but special occasions call for something a bit more, well, special. We go through the most amount of cider between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Hot Cider simmering on...
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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

For years, when I roasted pumpkin seeds, I took them out of the pumpkin, washed them, added a sprinkle of salt and tossed them in the oven. They were good, but they were never great. Last year for Thanksgiving I tried, for the first time to brine my turkey, soaking it in salt overnight....
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Slow Cooker Turkey Meatballs with Tomato Sauce

Once the weather starts to cool off, we start to eat a lot more pasta with red sauce. One of the great things about this is that it is so quick and easy to make a simple red sauce and a pot of pasta, but if we want meatballs, that takes a bit more...
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