Chicken Soup (Dumplings, Rice, Pasta)

This is my chicken soup base. It goes with Dumplings, (homemade or frozen) Rice, or Pasta. 🙂 




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Brownie Trifle

Brownie trifle 

1 box brownie mix, cooked 

1 box chocolate jello instant pudding, prepared with whole milk 

8 oz cool whip

White chocolate chips for top 

Super simple. Just make the brownies according to the box. Also make the chocolate pudding according to box. Layer each one. This is something I taught my boys so they could make their own personal desserts. You really can’t go wrong. Feel free to try different type of brownie mixes, or even make your own. Same with the pudding. Consider this just a base. 🙂 Enjoy. 

The BEST Fudgy Chocolate Mug Cake


The BEST fudgy chocolate mug cake! 

3 Tablespoons All-purpose Flour 

3 Tablespoons White Sugar 

2 Tablespoons Cocoa Powder 

1/4 teaspoon Baking Powder

A Pinch Of Salt

3 Tablespoons Whole Milk

3 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil

A Splash Of Vanilla Extract

3 Tablespoons Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips, or any chocolate chip. I like to use white chocolate chips or peanut butter chips the best. 

Use a 12-ounce microwave-safe mug. Add the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt. Stir with a fork. Make sure you scrape the edges and bottom really good. Add the milk, vegetable oil, and vanilla and stir until smooth. Stir in the chocolate chips. 

Microwave for 40-50 seconds, then let the cake stand for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes before eating. Doesn’t really even need a topping but feel free to add a cool whip topping or any type of frosting you want. 🙂 

Stove Top Baked Pork Chops

Stove top baked pork chops

4 pork chops

1 box cornbread stuffing 

2 cans cream of mushroom

1/2 cup milk

Seasonings (not salt, because the stove top and the cream of mushroom has a lot of salt already. I prefer garlic powder, onion powder and coarse black pepper.)

Season your pork, place in a pan with a bit of olive oil and brown on both sides. Place in a greased 9×13 glass dish. Prepare the stuffing according to box and place it on top of the pork chops. Mix the soup and milk together and pour it around and a little over the pork chops. Cover with foil. Bake on 375° for an hour, depending on the thickness of the chops. (I prefer mine king cut.) Once done, take off foil and turn oven on broil. Let it crisp the top for maybe 5 minutes. Then pull it out. 🙂