What’s In Your Kitchen Wednesday

Well, I sure hope spring has arrived in your neck of the woods.  Our temperatures were freezing overnight and we’re forecasted for some snow flurries and ice today…so much for the start of t-ball practice tonight.  Ugh, I’m beginning to wonder if we’re ever going to get spring weather here in Kansas.

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This week’s top-viewed post was Saucilicious Slow Cooker Pork Chops from Chatting Over Chocolate.  Starting this week, we have either karate or t-ball practice every weeknight, so you know I’ll be putting my crock pot to work.  This recipe takes only six ingredients – gotta love that!

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Julie’s Eats and Treats served up this amazing Funfetti Overnight French Toast that has me counting down the minutes until this weekend.  I think this might be the best thing ever.

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Aren’t these S’mores Cookie Bars from Chocolate, Chocolate and More just gorgeous?  Oh, but they have me wishing for summer {right now I’d just take temperatures above 50!

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If you’ve been around my blog for awhile, you know that I live for Mexican food…and Mexican dips of any kind are my biggest weakness. I’m LOVING this Ultimate Queso, Salsa and Dip List from Crumbs and Chaos!

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Speaking of loving Mexican foods, how about making this Mini Chile Relleno Casserole from The Tasty Fork for breakfast? YUM. Oh, and if you’re making it…bring me one, would you?

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Thank you all so much for coming back each week to make this party a great success!  I love seeing all of your great creations, and it’s such an awesome way for me to find new blogs to stalk read.

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19 Comments

  1. Julie @ Julie's Eats & Treats

    Thanks so much for hosting again this week and feature Ashley! I feel the same way about the MN weather. But the weekend forecast of 70’s has me hanging on for dear life with hope!
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  2. danielle

    Thanks for hosting! I always appreciate an opportunity to share!

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  3. Kim

    Thanks for the Coconut Banana Bread recipe I featured today, Ashley. It was a hit. Thanks also for hosting the link up each week. I always enjoy it.
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  4. Krista @ joyfulHealthyEats

    Ugh.. major bummer on the weather. I think you passed it on to us. It has been 80 the past couple of days, but we had a cold front come through day… in the 50’s. {still not complaining though because no snow}. Thanks for hosting another link party Ashley! Your such a rock star! 🙂

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