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This month eMeals.com is offering an awesome holiday menu FREE with sign up.
The best part about the menu?
Not only do you get a choice between paleo or clean eating , but they are healthy!
I added one of the awesome holiday treats they offer in the picture to the side. I also added another bonus at the end of this entry.
The Frosted Pecan Tart looks fantastic and tastes even better.
With warm notes of pecan and cinnamon with a whole wheat crust with a hint of honey you will not be disappointed.
When I made it for my friends they absolutely loved it and even led to a do you pe-can or pe-con debate!
The other picture I am showing you all at the end, is the paleo turkey option they include with the paleo holiday menu.
I mean just look at these options! YUM!
When you head over to eMeals.com you will have a choice of multiple different dinner plans as well as lunch and breakfast add-on plans. The plans come in different options like paleo, mediterranean, low fat, classic, vegetarian, low carb,slow-cooker, and more!
I absolutely love eMeals.com and would reccomend to anyone. In fact, I recently told my friend who is interested in transitioning to paleo all about eMeals.com. She seemed so excited that somewhere had planned meals that were different and healthy according to her standards. This makes it easy for someone in college or a mom who is on the go or just wants to keep it simple!
So head on over to eMeals.com while you have this AWESOME coupon code for 15% off this month with the code HOLIDAY !
So my favorite season ever is here and that season is FALL!
I am even more excited, because eMeals.com has a new bonus menu when you sign up that’s all about comfort food.. I can’t wait to cook some of these amazing options up for the hubby. He absolutely loves comfort food and I love making him happy most of the time haha
eMeals.com has things listed like a French dip sandwich, shrimp and grits, chicken pot pie, and pizza casserole on this delicious menu. I personally can’t wait to try both of them that I jumped the gun blogging about it because I don’t have any pictures yet!!! I will absolutely write a follow up post after I make these because I know they will both be house favorites!
I also have this amazing coupon code for everyone of my readers! Just use the code OCTOBER to get 10% off of your subscription to eMeals.com
Don’t wait for my pictures to show you how awesome is…Go check it out for yourself with your new discount code!!!
Time flies right by me and in the blink of an eye my day is over. 50% of the stuff I told myself I would do is now null and void as I lay in bed pondering how I could somehow cram more hours into a day. Even today as I sit hear listening to the sound of my fingers hitting the computer keys making a somewhat dull tapping sound I can’t help, but think about all of the homework I somehow need to fit into my day along with my job and my children. How do I even start to mix all of these things you ask?
Well for starters I balance my time or try to. This blog sometimes comes last and although that makes me said I have to put something on the back burner in life in order to make room for the important stuff like my babes and the hubby as well as school. I have been working on a narrative paper the past couple days detailing Penelope’s Birth Story or a shortened version of it considering it has to be under 1500 words. Tonight I will go over the most recent draft I have, finish it off, and then I will turn it in tomorrow only to start working on an informational paper for the same class. I also am taking Childrens Lit, a Language and Literacy Internship, as well a Teaching ESL class. Of course, I love all of my classes because they have to deal with teaching which is a passion that I can’t wait to live out everyday, but the work load is crazy! I find that I do my homework on the weekends for the most part.
I make my meals during the morning or afternoon in free time as they are always planned out thanks to eMeals! I love everything about having the easy dinner plans along with all of the directions and grocery list all in one! Today for instance while going over one of the many Library Thing entries I have to enter for our class, I prepared a wonderful pasta dish that eMeals had on the menu for me this week. It was nothing like anything my husband normally eats, but he loved it! My kids even enjoyed the noodles minus the peppers and onions I had thrown it. Absolutely delicious overall! Tonight I will go to work waiting tables, bringing my textbook in toe for the slow periods so that I can read my little heart away!
Luckily I still have my Little Bricks job at Padonia Brick Bodies which allows me to bring both of the babes along to all of my shifts This is one of the major perks along with the fact that I can work out at an awesome gym in my spare time. What SPARE TIME YOU ASK?! After work on Wednesdays I like to run and take a class or two! I am training for the Light The Night 5k in honor of a little girl I never had the pleasure of meeting, because she was taken from us too soon. I can’t wait to kick that races ass in her honor.
If this was hard to follow I am sorry, but Thanks for letting me check in with you all!!!
I will have a fun eMeals only post coming up soon this week on Thursday so check back in.
As huge football fans in this house when eMeals said members who signed up would get a FREE tailgating menu when they sign up for eMeals I was so excited for everyone! I as a member also can have access to this and am a happy camper!
What you see above are the slow cooker pork sliders which are phenomenal! I wouldn’t give you all the recipe and say “GO FOR IT!” if I hadn’t got the big green light from my friends and family who got to try these yummy tailgating recipes with me! And nowwww I am going to share the recipe with you all!!
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sliders (Example Recipe from our Tailgating Menu):
6 lb bone-in pork should roast, trimmed
2 teaspoons salt, 2 teaspoons pepper
18 oz bottle barbecue sauce
1/2 cup chicken broth
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
2 (12-count) packages slider buns
16 oz jar bread and butter pickles
Sprinkle roast with salt and pepper.
Combine roast, barbecue sauce, broth and vinegar in a 5- to 7-quart slow cooker.
Cover and cook on Low 8 hours or until roast is very tender.
Remove pork to a cutting board; shred with 2 forks.
Return pork to slow cooker, and discard bones.
Toss pork to coat with sauce; serve on slider buns with pickles.
Toss pork to coat with sauce; serve on slider buns with pickles.
- Remember!!!!!!!! Members get a FREE tailgating menus when they sign up for eMeals. So don’t waist anymore time go sign up and make everyone happy on FOOTBALL days & nights with some fantastic ideas!!!