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So do you have a Pinterest account yet? Oh my…. it is indeed an addiction! It is great though! My creativity gets flowing and I do actually try some of the ideas and recipes!

Here are some of my favorites!

I don't know if I should say this is one of my favorites or if its my husband's?!

These are delicious! I made the chicken before hand in the crock pot with a Chipotle marinade. Then followed the recipe. They are very filling and made a good bit… I love left overs!

These were super easy! I keep chopped pepper in my freezer. If you cook the sausage before hand, they are nothing to assemle in the morning! I really like the whole muffin tin thing! You can have breakfast cooking while you do the hundreds of other things that demand attention in the morning!

Okay this one I have not tried yet. But how stinkin’ adorable is this! I can not wait for fall! This pumpkin cake is a must for this season!

Happy (almost) Fall! and Happy “Pinteresting”!

Trisha is a wife, mom, friend, artist, blogger, couponer, homemaker, cook, and bargain shopper… through God’s amazing grace and love she lives for Him! For more about her check out her blog:

  6 Responses to “My favorite Pinterest finds!”

  1. Love the chicken wraps! I made those a couple weeks ago – YUM!
    And I have that pumpkin cake pinned and waiting for fall 🙂

  2. Wow! what great finds!! Love the pumpkin pound cake. Heading over to pin 🙂

  3. These look so yummy. The muffin tins creations would be great for bringing to a brunch function- I’m thinking I could make them for our church volunteer breakfast. And I’m pretty sure I pinned the pumpkin too, because it was too cute!

    • That’s what I thought about the muffin tin recipe! It is great for travel! I’m sure the volunteers will love you for that one : )
      And I’m excited about trying the Pumpkin cake! I think I may throw a Fall party just to have a reason to make it!

  4. Thanks for sharing my photo and recipe for the Broccoli and Sausage egg muffins. Hope to see you back on the blog for more recipes. Please let me know how this one turns out for you!

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