What’s In Your Kitchen Wednesday

Hi everyone!  If you’re like me, your kiddos are on spring break this week.  While Doodle is spending the day punching and kicking away at karate camp this week, I’m still in my usual routine of working 8 to 5 and trying to fit in blogging, meal prep, house cleaning, laundry, etc.

So…I’m petitioning for an adult spring break.  Who’s with me?

And wowzers – I had my biggest link party ever last week, with 112 linkups.  You guys rock!  Also – you guys make me drool!  Seriously, how is a gal supposed to lose these last 10 pounds when she’s oogling and pinning so many wonderful recipes?

These {crock-pot} Roasted Red Pepper Chicken and Pesto Sandwiches from Your Homebased Mom were last week’s top viewed post.  I can see why!  These look amazing, and they are absolutely on my menu plan for next week.  Total.YUM.


How cute are these Bunny Pretzels from Miss Candiquik? This is a fun project that even a non-crafty person like me can manage!


Holy canoli – check out this Salted Caramel Pineapple Upside Down Cake from The Pretty Life Anonymous. It’s pretty much to die for.

pineapple upside down cake

One meal that the Tall Boy always hints around for me to make is lasagna…so I’m definitely giving this Seriously the Best Lasagna from I Dig Pinterest and I Did it Too a try!


Basically, if you combine chocolate and mint, I’m down with eating it. It’s probably my favorite flavor combination ever.  These Easy Mini Grasshopper Pies from Butter, With a Side of Bread look amazing!


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.

Are you ready to share what you’ve been up to this week?  After sharing, please take a moment to visit some other links–we all love comments!  🙂

If you were featured, make sure to grab a button from the left sidebar!

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  1. Leigh Anne@Yourhomebasedmom.com

    I am honored that my Roasted Red pepper and Pesto Sandwich was the most viewed link! I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
    Thanks, Leigh Anne

  2. Krista @ joyfulhealthyeats

    Can I get an AMEN to the Adult Spring Break! My husband just had collar bone surgery yesterday, my 11 month old is teething, and I’m getting sick! Break please! Or wine… either or. 🙂

    Thanks for hosting again this week. Hope you find time in all the chaos to rest! Until next week. 🙂

  3. Lovefoodies

    Hi Ashley, Thanks once again for hosting your tasty party! I’ve brought along a Cheat’s version of Malaysian Coconut chicken curry, I say cheats because I haven’t used 1 million spices and it can be all made within 30 minutes, so perfect for busy people!
    Have a lovely week, Mary from Lovefoodies

  4. Hollie

    Ashley, thank you for hosting!

  5. Liz

    We all just had our Spring Break last week but I’d take another one this week without the kids! Thanks for hosting Ashley!
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  6. Nat D.

    Thanks for hosting! I always look forward to linking up and looking around on Wednesdays.

  7. Ruthie

    Thanks for hosting the great linky party! Come link up your latest and greatest with me on Saturdays!
    xoxo ~Ruthie



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