Have leftovers? Corned Beef and Cabbage Rolls are the perfect spin on a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dinner when you don’t have a lot of time or need to use up leftovers. You can do all the prep work ahead of time and pop these in the oven or slow cooker for an easy St. Patrick’s Day dinner or “day after” meal. We love St. Patrick’s Day. We both have a little Irish in us so we are legit, but how many generations ago was “true Irish”? I could count back on my side but I’m a bit too lazy right now.
This post has been sponsored by SheSpeaks and Bounty. Opinions are my own. Who doesn’t love homemade pasta? We are sharing an easy homemade pasta recipe with you today. This recipe is our family favorite and is super easy to teach the kids. We love pasta and it is a nice cheap meal for any tight budget. Many people go to fancier restaurants to get delicious homemade pasta, but what if you could make it at home? Indeed, what if your KIDS could make it at home?
Good food should always be a priority on a family road trip but the budget should be too. These budget-friendly food tips for family road trips will help you enjoy good (and quality) food while you also stay on budget. A top priority for any road trip should be good food. While you’re on the road there are so many opportunities to try new foods and restaurants and nothing completes a good road trip better than having some food experiences to talk about when you get home.
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