Thirty Minute Meals

Maybe you’re pressed for time or just not in the mood to cook, either way it’s okay. You can still have a quick, warm and delicious meal and no I don’t mean take out. Just make one of these 30 minute meal recipes from my fellow bloggers.

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Easy Chicken Enchilada Bake by A Dash of Sanity

 30-Minute Jambalaya Recipe by The Classy Chapter

Puff Pastry Pockets by Swanky Recipes

Steak Frites with Chimichurri Sauce by A Dish of Daily Life

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30-Minute Taco Cups by Happiness is Homemade

Simple Chili by Savory Experiments

Honey Sriracha Salmon by Delicious Meets Healthy

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Ground Beef and Wild Rice Alfredo Skillet Recipe by Hot Eats and Cool Reads

Paleo Sausage and Peppers by My Suburban Kitchen

Black Bean & Zucchini Enchiladas by Domestic Superhero

Do you have a quick meal recipe to share?

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Delicious Blueberry Recipes

I love blueberries but never know what to use them for once I bring them home. Yeah they’re great for making blueberry pancakes or mixed in yogurt but I wondered what other great ways can I use my blueberries? I went looking online and came across these great recipes from my fellow bloggers.

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Baked Blueberry Donuts

Baked Blueberry Donuts from Survival Guide By the Working Mom

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Blueberry Muffin Smoothie from Thrifty Jinxy

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No Churn Easy Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream from Cincy Shopper

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Lemon Berry Creme Crumb Bars from Living Sweet Moments

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Blueberry-Strawberry Cream Slush from The Happy Home Life

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Mason Jar Desserts Blueberry Dump Cake from More With Less Today

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One Minute Blueberry Cobbler from Snappy Gourmet

Blueberry Lemon Poke Cake from Swanky Recipes

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Blueberry Egg Rolls from Spend with Pennies

Which recipe will you try?

DIY Dog Toy- From shirt to toy

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Soon I will be adopting a puppy, so I wanted to start getting things ready for its arrival. I had this night shirt that I don’t wear anymore just sitting in a drawer so I decided why not turn it into a dog toy.

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What you will need:

a shirt

a ruler

a pen or marker

fabric scissors

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Turn the shirt inside out. Using the ruler as a guide for spacing, trace along the top and bottom of the ruler until you have nine lines. Cut along these lines to get eight strips.

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Fold one strip in half and insert it through the loops of six strips then tie it into a knot. This will hold it together and give your toy a handle

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Divide your strips into 3 even sections so that you can braid the strips together.

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When you are about halfway through the braiding process, tie the strips into a double knot. This will give your toy some added strength and give it an extra little something for your dog to enjoy. Continue braiding the rest of the way down. When you reach the end, take your last strip, fold it in half and insert it through the loops and tie it in a knot like you did earlier.

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I like to roll the handle strips in my fingers to get them to wrap themselves together (they won’t stay this way permanently).

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Before you know it, you’ve turned that old shirt into a toy for your dog to enjoy.