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Ambellina’s 2nd Birthday!

28 Apr




So Yes, this is about 4 months late! My daughter’s 2nd birthday was in JANUARY! But I loved her decorations so much I could NOT not share it. The pictures above are by KMS Photography.¬†¬†She’s fantastic. SO check her out… I did the chalkboard art myself with some ideas off pinterest and a long patient night or erasing and redoing! ūüôā I hope you enjoy my¬†decorations, they are simple yet fun…¬†we did’t really have a theme besides a tea party’ish’ pink and blue theme. But I think it turned out great. It was perfect for a small crowd, there were only about 7 guest besides my 3.

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Turkey Bacon Melt

20 Feb


If you love hot¬†sandwiches,¬† you’ve got to try this mouthwatering creation! Kind of like a BLT/Club minus the lettuce and replace with LOVE! Add gooey yummy cheeses and Viola!, you got yourself a delicious and always¬†super simple dinner! Boyfriend and Toddler approved! Got the idea of making this from mrfood.com, but added a different spin. Check it out¬†original¬†here. This can easily make 8-10 servings ¬†and taste great next day for lunch.


Turkey Bacon Melt

2 -8 oz package refrigerated Pillsbury crescent rolls 

1- 1 1/2 lb. Turkey slices

10 slices bacon, already cooked

2 Cups Mozzarella shredded cheese

8 Slices of Munster Cheese (any cheese will do, but this is what I had)

3-4 Tomatoes Sliced

Dashes of Pepper and Garlic Powder

4 eggs, beaten


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease the bottom of an 8×10 dish very well or use¬†preachment¬†paper. Then place your first¬†crescent¬†roll dough on the bottom, push it flat getting all the corners in tightly.


2. Start Layering! I did Cheese, Turkey, Tomato, Bacon, Cheese. I also sprinkled Pepper and Garlic Powder after my Tomatoes to season them up. Get one solid layer down and poor half of your eggs on top of the layers. Then go ahead and use up the rest  of the ingredients.


3. Gently place the second crescent roll dough on top of the layers and with your reaming eggs drizzle it over, make sure it lays all over the dough, feel free to brush the egg to get the entire top, this makes a better color for the finish product.


4.Place foil over the pan (be careful with this, in the past it has gotten stuck on dough,  if this happens just gently pull it off), and bake in oven for 25 minutes, uncover the foil, and bake for another 25 minutes or until golden brown. Now for the hard part, Waiting!,  At least 10-15 minutes before cutting so it sets solid (As you can see in the picture my little one was anxious) & Enjoy! You can really mix and match any kinds of meat and cheese! Get creative, let me know what you think or your twist on it!