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Roasted Brown Sugar Butternut Squash

Squash is awesome. I especially love it in one of its purest forms, so I decided to cook up a Roasted Brown Sugar Butternut Squash for one of my oven recipes. Super easy because That's the way, Uh huh Uh huh, I like it!
Ingredients:

  • 1 - Large Butternut Squash
  • 2 - TBSP Salted Butter
  • 2 to 3 TBSP - Brown Sugar
  • Sea Salt & Pepper to Taste

Process:

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. Slice off stem end of squash, and then cut squash in half lengthwise. Remove all seeds and stringy flesh.
  3. Place on baking sheet.
  4. Put a TBSP of butter in each well.
  5. Sprinkle generously with brown sugar and sea salt.
  6. Bake face up for 30-45 minutes. Squash is done when fork is easily inserted into the flesh.
  7. Pour butter and juices into a bowl.
  8. Scrape squash flesh away from the skin into bowl, and then mash.
  9. Adjust seasoning as necessary.
  10. Serve hot.

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Bacon Wrapped Chicken Breasts Stuffed with Garlic & Onion Cream Cheese

This was yet another one of those, "I don't have anything in the house" meals. Turned out quite yummy though and is easy to prepare.
Ingredients:

  • 3 - Chicken Breasts (Halved)
  • 8oz - Cream Cheese
  • 10 to 12 - Bacon Slices
  • 1 Tsp - Onion Powder
  • 1 Tsp - Garlic Powder
  • Dash of Cayenne Pepper
  • Dash of Black Pepper
  • 1 TBSP - Melted Butter

Process:

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Pound each chicken breast piece until approximately 1/2 inch thick.
  3. Mix together cream cheese, butter and dry ingredients.
  4. Spread mixture evenly on chicken breasts.
  5. Roll, and wrap with 1-2 slices of bacon depending on the size.
  6. Place on baking sheet and bake until internal temperature reads 160°-170° F. (This should take approximately 30 - 45 minutes, but make sure you check it so you don't over cook.)
  7. If desired, place rack higher in oven just before chicken is finished, and allow to broil for 5 minutes until bacon is crispy.

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Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Garlic, Bacon, and Parm + HIC Choco.Nut.Cheese.Grater Review

I get it. Not everyone likes vegetables. (Try convincing my husband to eat squash or cooked carrots.) However, I love squash, especially spaghetti squash because it's so easy to prepare. I decided to dress it up a little and created Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Garlic, Bacon, and Parm that I grated using the Harold Import Co.'s Blossom Choco.Nut.Cheese. Grater.
Ingredients:

  • 1 - 4lb Spaghetti Squash
  • 2 TBSP - Salted Butter (You can substitute with EOO if preferred.)
  • 3 - Garlic Cloves Minced
  • 4 to 5 Slices Bacon (Cooked and chopped)
  • 1/2 Cup - Freshly Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • Salt & Pepper to Taste

Process:

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Grease baking sheet lightly with butter.
  2. Cut off stem end of squash, and then cut lengthwise. Remove all seeds and stringy parts.
  3. Place face down on baking sheet and cook 25 minutes or so until a fork can be inserted easily into the fleshy part. Once done, remove from baking sheet and allow to cool.
  4. Shred squash flesh with fork into a separate bowl.
  5. Saute minced garlic in 2 TBSP of salted butter (or EOO) for approximately 1-2 minutes. Add squash and reduce to low and allow to reheat and incorporate the garlic and butter.
  6. Add minced bacon while reserving some for garnish.
  7. Add grated Parmesan cheese reserving some for garnish.
  8. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  9. Remove, garnish, and serve hot.

The Blogger Recipe Challenge was sponsored by Harold Import Co. for the month of October. (Obviously I'm a little behind on this.) We were each given a Blossom Choco.Nut.Cheese. Grater to use with our oven month recipes. It took me awhile to figure out what I wanted to use it for. We don't typically keep chocolate or nuts in the house, and most of the time we purchase softer cheeses. But, one afternoon I got hungry and did some digging as usually and came up with the recipe posted above. And guess what? I happened to have a wedge of fresh Parmesan cheese stuffed away in the back of my fridge. Suh-weet!

"Take the next step in the kitchen gadgetry: Blossom Choco.Nut.Cheese grater. Our patented grating disc and plunger do the dirty work for you, so you're free to get creative and add exciting flavor to all your meals." ~ Blossom

This is one of those gadgets where I really needed to read the directions, but once I did, I realized it wasn't quite as difficult as I thought it seemed. Once you get the plunger up to the top and attached to the lid, just open it, add in your ingredients you want to grate, and then remove the lid. Grating is as easy as twisting so the plunger pushes the cheese/nuts/chocolate down and through the grater.

I loved how easy it was to use, and best of all, I didn't scrape my knuckles like I usually manage to do, AND all of the cheese was grated. There weren't any tiny pieces left that you can't typically grate due to the fear of losing a finger nail or the tips of your fingers. Nobody wants bloody cheese.... or nail bits. Ew.

The grater completely disassembles for easy cleaning. There are 5 parts to the core unit, so thankfully there was a set of directions on how to take it apart, and how to put it back together. Unfortunately this isn't exactly dishwasher safe, so it's best to hand wash. Then again... with such small parts, I don't think you'd want to put it through the dishwasher.

Overall this is a pretty neat gadget, and I'm glad to have it in my kitchen. I finished grating up the rest of the Parmesan cheese and I'm just storing it in my fridge for when we're ready to use it. It's super simple to figure out and definitely saves your arms from all of that hand grating and finger tips. It's also pretty small, so finding a place to store one more kitchen goodie shouldn't be difficult.

Make sure you check out HIC on Facebook too!

I received the above mentioned product free of charge from HIC in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% mine. See Disclosure Policy.

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Halloween Chocolate Fudge Peeps Bars Recipe & Review

This particular recipe actually happened due to a failed recipe. Which, sometimes the tastiest things are diversions from originals. My Halloween Chocolate Fudge Peeps Bars recipe is absolutely delicious. It's sweet, buttery, sugary, fudge-y, chewy, gooey, (get the picture?) and it won't take more than one bite to send you into a food coma. I was channeling my inner Paula Dean on this one. The best part, is that it is SUPER easy to make.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Box - Chocolate Cake Mix
  • 2 - Eggs
  • 10 TBSP - Salted Butter (melted)
  • 6 - Ghost Peeps (Cut into quarters)
  • 6 - Chocolate dipped Peeps (either dark or milk cut into quarters)

Process:

 

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. Combine chocolate cake mix with eggs and melted butter. Mix until well incorporated.
  3. Line a 9"x13" baking pan with aluminum foil, and lightly grease with spray, Crisco, or butter.
  4. Evenly spread batter in pan, and bake for 10 minutes. (If you prefer your bars a little more done, increase the time by 5-10 minutes.)
  5. Remove pan from oven and evenly distribute Peeps pieces.
  6. Return pan back into the oven and continue to bake for another 6 minutes. Marshmallows should be puffy, and start to have turned golden.
  7. Allow to cool, and then freeze a couple of hours before cutting. (Brownies never fully freeze even if in the freezer over night.)
  8. Serve chilled.

Honestly, Peeps were never really a favorite of mine while growing up. I'm more of the chocolate and caramel sort of person. I had one bad experience at camp where I lost all my hotdogs and smores in a pile next to the fire (I hope you're catching my drift by what I mean by "lost"), and after that... I couldn't stomach marshmallows for YEARS. But, Peeps was super awesome and sponsored the Blogger Recipe Challenge Group and sent us a bunch of different Halloween varieties of Peeps. They sent pumpkins, ghosts, and chocolate mousse cats in addition to some newer varieties including sugar-free, peeps dipped in dark chocolate and milk chocolate, and chocolate covered Jack-O-Lanterns.

Since we all know marshmallows are best melted, and especially a little caramelized, I decided I wanted to make sure I could bake them a little. It also happened to work out perfectly for October's oven month theme. (Yay for killing two birds with one stone!) Of course, the Peeps I didn't use in this recipe were devoured by my kids in less than an hour. Guess they're still a long-standing favorite for many kids.

I also had no idea Peeps came in different themes! I always just assumed they were an Easter-only sort of candy. I loved the cats and the ghosts the most, just because they were so different compared to the typically bright colored Peeps. The chocolate dipped ones were delicious and worked perfectly for my recipe. The chocolate covered ones... a little melty and sticky even though they were stored the same way. However, you can't pay me to touch the sugar-free ones. Plus, the dye for the face kind of runs a little and looks questionable. I also figure if marshmallow is primarily made from sugar... what must go into making one sugar-free? Just my honest thought on that one.

Next time I try out this recipe, I think I'm going to make cream cheese swirled brownies, and maybe add a caramel drizzle. Just what everyone needs... MORE SUGAR!

Take the time to find Peeps on Facebook!

Also check out our other Peeps recipes from the Blogger Recipe Challenge below.

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Dress First – Find the Perfect Dress for Your Holiday Party #Sponsored

Wedding season is winding down, and that means it's time for all of those holiday parties that are being planned as I type. What's the one thing every woman needs for a holiday party? A new dress. But, as I'm sure you're all well aware, fancy dresses tend to be extremely expensive. If they're not, they're generally poor quality. That's why I'm introducing Dress First.

I have been browsing for a new party dress for MONTHS. All have either been way out of my price range, or probably wouldn't have looked great on me. Or, based on who was selling the dress I already knew it was going to be cheaply made. Then, there are the dresses that would fit, and I like, but they weren't sophisticated enough. They were meant for teenagers. Bummer.

Dress First has a MASSIVE selection of absolutely stunning garments for just about every body type, and every occasion. I keep browsing through the Formal and Cocktail categories making lists of all the dresses I'd like to see hanging in my closet. And, while one dress is only needed, who likes to show up at multiple parties in the same thing every time? The best part, is that Dress First's dresses are affordable with huge markdowns already taken off the final prices, and a sale section with even further discounts. No sense in spending more than $200 on a dress that you can get as Dress First for $100.

In addition to the huge style selection that's offered, every style I've browsed appears to come with multiple color options. Don't want the dress in black? Choose from greens, blues, purples, browns, etc. If you can't tell, the dress to the A-Line/Princess Sweetheart Asymmetrical Chiffon Evening Dress (shown on right) is one of my absolute favorites. Priced at only $112.99 (marked down from $224), this stunning chiffon evening dress has 27 additional color options. Isn't that dress absolutely stunning? I'm thinking this would make the perfect dress for attending my husband's company holiday party in.

Dress First doesn't just offer formal wear and party wear, but also wedding gowns, bridal party attire, prom dresses, accessories, shoes, and shape-wear. It's your one stop shop for looking fabulous for whatever event you're attending this season.

Dress First can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

 

*I was compensated for my opinion in this post. All opinions are mine. See Disclosure Policy.

 

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Zooligans – Penny the Penguin Boot Review & Giveaway

Way back in May of 2012, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity of being introduced to a children's brand of shoes called Zooligans. My daughter had the chance to test out a pair of Amanda the Panda Mary Jane shoes. She LOVED her Panda shoes. I mean, she loved them so much that she never wanted to take them off. It was all about the Panda. Now, about a year and a half later, Zooligans has introduced a brand new Fall line that is just as adorable and kid friendly as their previous line. And let's just say, she wore her new pair for three days straight. This brand is a huge winner in my book. (I tell people with young kids about them all of the time via word-of-mouth.)

This time my daughter's eye landed on the Penny the Penguin Boots. "Penquin boots! Penguin boots!!" It was an easy choice for her, and Mommy was thinking ahead to Fall/Winter weather and all of the rain I was sure we'd be getting lately. I requested a pair in size 11. The shoes are supposedly true-to-size, which I found accurate for the most part. Her feet have been growing like weeds so, I'm never sure which size for which brand will actually work best. The only issue I noticed is that with my daughter's pudgy feet (<--- that's a bit of an understatement), is that the area where the foot needs to turn, right by the penguin's stomach, is a little tight. We can get the boots on her when she's wearing socks, however not when she's barefoot. Then again, who wears boots without socks? It's really not a flaw of the product. We've had this problem with every pair of boot that she's owned, and honestly, this is the first pair that has actually gone ON. (We have returned so many pairs of boots just because her stinkin' feet won't feet into them.)

"The Zooligans crew is dedicated to creating an innovative
line of shoes that speaks to the playful side of being a child, while offering up the features that parents look for when choosing healthy shoes for their children's growing feet.
From the soft leather uppers, roomy toe box, adjustable straps and super flexible bottoms to the design detailing from the 
tip of the nose to the end tail; quality, function and fun is 
what drives the Zooligans brand." ~ Zooligans

From my past experience with Zooligans I knew that these were fantastic shoes. Not only are they made from quality materials but they are built specifically for little growing feet. (Or in my daughter's case, massive yet still growing feet.) Just like Amanda the Panda, Penny the Penguin's uppers are made from leather. The soles are rubber and designed with Paw Flex Four Way Flexible Sole. Not only do the soles look like paws, they're meant to flex like them too. You know how it is with little kids. They tend to be clumsy, and without proper footwear (i.e. rigid soles) your kids tend to trip and fall considerably more often.
In addition to the fantastic design of the soles, I absolutely love the adorable details that Zooligans includes in each pair of shoes. Every little detail of the animals appears constructed from individual leather pieces, and the visible stitching creates a unique affect. The color schemes are adorable, with Penny the Penguin in Dark Slate/Arona Blue with pops of color in bright pink.

Penny the Penguin made into this month's Parent's Magazine issue as one of their Top 10 Favorites on their "Must-Have, Must-See, Must-Do" list. That's right. Have to say I was kind of tickled that my daughter had good enough taste to pick out a featured product.

Zooligans can be purchased at several online retailers including Nordstrom, ShoeBuy, and Amazon. Check your local boutique retailers too. Many are starting to carry Zooligans!

You can also find Zooligans on Facebook (they have some awesome fan giveaways) and Twitter.

Zooligans wants to give away a pair of shoes to one lucky DealPeddler reader! Entrants must be 18+ and live in the USA. Failure to complete the mandatory entry will result in disqualification.

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*I was provided a pair of shoes from Zooligans free of charge in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% mine. See Disclosure Policy.

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Arrive in Style with the 2014 Kia Forte EX – Review

Since moving to D.C. I've had the fortune of being introduced to the city's booming event/night life. Everything from charity events, to drink competitions, menu tastings, invites to wine tasting as the Embassy's, and whatever else under the sun that you can think of. And, while I will typically ride the metro into the city, just because of the sheer convenience, I couldn't help but wonder what it would be like to arrive in a stylish car I'd be proud to have the valet park for me.
I had a few things set up for the week that I was supposed to review the 2014 Kia Forte. The one I was most excited about was the Aroma Espresso Bar menu tasting in Bethesda, MD. Unfortunately I got sick that week and my plans ended up being cancelled. I mean, I was pretty much down an out for the majority of the week. Prying me off the couch was nearly impossible. (I'm also pretty sure no one wanted someone who couldn't stop coughing and sneezing near any of their food.) Super bummer, right?!

The 2014 Kia Forte EX arrived with little fan fare. Usually smaller cars don't get my engine running. I'm also a slightly timid driver in the city's traffic and prefer to be sitting up a little higher so I can see better. Plus, if I'm going to get into an accident I'd rather be the one taking someone out than getting crushed to death. But, larger vehicles really aren't the best for city driving, and especially not for commuting into the city, so I was excited to give this one a test run.

The Forte's Abyss Blue color was absolutely stunning. (This coming from someone who doesn't usually care for blue vehicles.) The color was eye catching, and snazzy. Definitely a head turner when you pull up to your social obligation. The overall exterior design of the car was sleek and sassy. I definitely felt like a million bucks driving it around. And not the old-as-heck "money in the family" sort of million bucks who are going to go for the Cadillacs and Buicks, but the "just landed my first big job in my awesome career, and I'm still in my 20's and 30's" sort of million bucks.

My timidity quickly left me when I took it for a drive on the interstate. I never felt so comfortable in a car that I hadn't driven before, especially one that's relatively low to the ground with crazy people driving all around me. I got my seat situated, and off we went. I found that the 2014 Kia Forte handled highway driving really well, and the steering wheel had just enough resistance to make driving fun instead of a harrowing experience of over-correction. The Kia Forte came with me onto a few gravely parking lots and bumpy roads and handled both like a champ. The ride was comfortable. We weren't bouncing around everywhere, and the vehicle was very easy to maneuver.
Even though it's nice to have a car to show off when you go out for the night, it's also important for me as a mom to have a vehicle I can actually use to tote everyone around it. The Kia Forte easily fit my daughter's booster seat and my son's massive car seat. We also fit a 3rd person (a little uncomfortably) between the two in the back. The front, while I didn't think had as much leg room as I would have liked, was still spacious over all.

My favorite features included the sun roof, as usual, and the navigation system and backup camera. Of course the push button start is also a favorite. I loved that the seats had a knit and woven soft cloth trim and weren't a sort of sticky leather. You know the type.... it's 80 degrees out and you have to peel your legs from the seat. The driver's side also had ventilated seats. LOVE that! The Eco feature is always a winner in my book. Until gas is under $2.00 a gallon, it's always a smart choice to save as much as possible. For more information about all of the fantastic features the Kia Forte offers, make sure you check them out online. Many are standard, but for a couple thousand more, it's nice to have the option of upgrading for some of the conveniences and little touches that really make one want to show off the vehicle.
Out of all of the cars (I'm not including the Kia Sorento in this statement), the Kia Forte has been my favorite. Not only was it in a price range I can afford when it is time for me to purchase a car, but it looks more expensive than it really is. It had every feature that I could possibly want, and nothing that I thought was useless. It was easy to get used to, comfortable, great on gas, and just a beautiful little car to behold. I'm definitely filing this one away as a, "must convince husband this is a viable option" car. I loved this car, and was REALLY bummed the plague that has been going around managed to knock me off my feet in the worst way possible the week I was scheduled to have the vehicle. Ugh. 'Till we meet again, Kia Forte. 'Till we meet again!

You can check out Kia online, and Kia on Facebook & Twitter too!

 

*I received the 2014 Kia Forte free of charge for 1 week in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% mine. See Disclosure Policy.

 

 

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Wholly Guacamole – Cooler Full of Guac Giveaway

The Blogger Recipe Challenge group was sponsored by Wholly Guacamole during our meat month challenge this September. We each had to come up with a recipe using either a variety of their guac or salsa, and let me just tell you the recipes looked delicious! Wholly Guacamole has been SUPER generous and we're each getting to give away a cooler full of guac! For an idea of what will come in it you can check out the photo above of a Wholly Guac cooler I've received in the past. The most recent cooler for this particular challenge came with 3 varieties of salsa, and about 5 varieties of guac including spicy, home style, 100% guac, etc. Pretty sweet, huh? Enter below. You must complete the mandatory entry in order to be eligible.

Good Luck!

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Bacon Egg Cups with Cheddar, Feta, & Green Onion

For some reason, our Blogger Recipe Challenge this month has been a little hard on me. It shouldn't have been because we're all meat and potatoes type people. Guess I just haven't been cooking a lot this month. Well.... thank goodness for bacon! Amiright? Bacon is always versatile and goes with just about anything. I wanted to spiff up our typical breakfast and created these bacon egg cups with cheddar, feta, and green onion. Ooooh they were yummy!

Ingredients:

  • 1 Egg Per Cupcake Tray Well (Fill as many as you need for how many people you're serving.)
  • 1 Bacon Slice Per Cupcake Tray Well plus smaller pieces for lining the bottom.
  • Desired Cheese (I preferred the Feta while my husband likes Cheddar)
  • Green Onion (Chopped)
  • Salt & Pepper to taste

Process:

  1. Preheat oven to 400ºF.
  2. Prepare the bacon by cooking partially over medium heat. Bacon should start to brown but still be very pliable. Remove from pan and allow to drain and cool.
  3. Once bacon has cooled, wrap a slice around the inside of each cupcake tray well. Rip off a smaller piece from another slice and place it on the bottom.
  4. Carefully crack eggs into the bacon cup you created.
  5. Season with salt and pepper.
  6. Sprinkle some chopped green onion on top.
  7. Add the cheese. (Note: Covering the yolk with cheese will make the yolk cook faster. If you like a runnier yolk, place the cheese around it.)
  8. Bake for 12-15 minutes until egg whites have set.

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“Loaded” Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are just one of those things that somehow end up at every pot-luck. However, my husband HATES it when people use mustard in theirs. I figured out away around that. Make them taste as close to mashed potatoes or a potato salad as possible. Voila! This recipe can be made to suit a number of people, but I made three just because I didn't need to bring the eggs anywhere, and nobody needs to eat that many eggs in one sitting.

Ingredients:

  • 3 - Hard Boiled Eggs
  • 2 - Bacon Slices (Fried & Chopped)
  • 1 - Green Onion
  • 1/8 Cup - Cheddar Cheese
  • 1 to 2 TBSP - Sour Cream
  • Salt to taste

Process:

  1. Combine hard boiled egg yolk, salt, and sour cream. You don't want it too soupy, but you want to make sure the yolk is well blended.
  2. Pipe or spoon yolk and sour cream mixture into the egg white halves.
  3. Top with finely chopped bacon, cheddar cheese, and green onion.
  4. Serve cold.

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