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Breakfast for Mom

It is going to be Mother’s Day, which means we get a BREAK! It doesn’t happen often, so we take what we can get. So this Mother’s Day give this easy recipe to your kids and let them and Dad get to work on a yummy breakfast for you.

Thanks to Mom on Timeout, Trish, we can now enjoy a delicious restaurant worthy breakfast this Mother’s Day.

Triple Berry French Toast Casserole is a sweet and simple mom-worthy recipe that will wow even the bestsellers Top Chef! It can be prepared the night before and popped in to the oven in the morning. Then just sprinkle with sugar and garnish with fresh berries and whipped cream to surprise your Mom. Head on over to Mom on Timeout for the full tutorial.

Don’t forget to have a sweet setup for mom, including her favorite tea, juice, or coffee. Happy Mother’s Day!!

Easy Dinner: Cheesy Kielbasa, Rice and Broccoli Skillet

We have done it again, found you an easy dinner to make for dinner. We have found a delicious and simple dinner that you can throw together on a very busy night with very little effort. Dinners don’t have to be difficult. Life is hard enough, why should food be hard? We want to eat and enjoy our food, but we don’t all have the time to work on a meal all day long. So meals like this are invaluable.

Trish at Mom on Timeout knows that life can get crazy and hectic, that is why she loves this fun and healthy option for dinner on a busy night. As a stay-at-home mom devoted to her kids she is always busy, and frequently crunched for time. This recipe is like squeezing some magic in to your day. Trish has dozens of recipes that will also make your night great in a pink, so be sure to check her out!

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What You Will Need:

kielbasa

broccoli

rice

cheese

Hurry on over to Mom on Timeout for the rest of the ingredients list and an amazing tutorial for this quick and simple fix!

Sweet Summer Treats: Greek Yogurt and Berry Popsicles

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We are still scouring the Internet for sweet summer treats. This month we found a cool treat that will not only taste great but will also keep you cool on those hot summer days. This sweet treat is tasty, cool, and good for you! So you don’t have to feel bad when you pop them out of the freezer everyday for your kiddos.

This month we found Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops at a great blog written by a Mom, Trish, called “Mom on TimeOut.” This great blog has many great recipes and crafts that you and your boys will love. As a Mom of two boys herself Trish knows what’s up when it comes to finding things for boys to do and to eat. That’s why she is so great about sharing her incredible ideas with her readers. So head on over to Mom on Timeout to learn some great ideas and see incredible recipes with pictures.

What You Will Need:

1/2 cup Greek yogurt (Mom on Timeout suggests Chobani Vanilla for a great taste)
1/2 cup milk
1 cup frozen berries

What You Will Do:

1. Take your berries, milk, and yogurt and blend until smooth.
2. Then pour the smoothie into 3 oz. paper cups.
3. Let the pops set until almost firm and then insert a Popsicle stick.
4. Freeze until they are solid.
5. Gently tear off paper cups to serve. Makes five Popsicles.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great recipes available at Mom on Timeout. And feel free to enjoy those sweet berry pops all summer long!