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Baked Spicy Chicken Tacos

Easy and Yummy

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Yummy Baked Potato and ham

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2 Seconds in the Mouth, Years on the Thighs

Who cares it looks yummy to me and so I can’t eat for a week to rid the calories. I love baked potato’s.

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How to make Bloomin’ Baked Potato!

This looks yummy. Think I am going to try it tonight for dinner.

What You’ll Need:

2 Baking Potatoes
1 cup cheddar, grated
1/4 cup crispy Bacon +
Ranch sauce
chives, finely chopped
oil
salt

How You Make It:

Cut the (very) top and bottom off the potato. Stand it on one end, then cut a triangle out of the top of the cut potato to reveal a little well. Cut wedges in the potato without cutting all the way through. Cover in oil and sprinkle with salt. Bake for 1 hr at 370 fahrenheit.
Load with cheese and pop back in the oven for 10 minutes.
Dress with bacon, ranch and chives.
Rip! Enjoy!

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7 fantastic Uses for Dryer Sheets

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1. Dead bugs on your windshield are gross. But dryer sheets can pretty easily clean bugs off your car’s grill, hood, mirrors and windshield. Just spritz the area with a little water, then use either a new or a used sheet to easily erase the gook from you car! It really works, and it’s so simple to do.


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2. To clean that white deodorant spot of your shirt just scrunch up a used sheet and scrub the spots away. Your shirt will look as clean as it was when you put it on, and smell a little fresher too. No need to waste a fresh sheet, just use one you previously did laundry with.

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3. A New fresh dryer sheet can control that static in a few ways. If your hair is starting to get that fly away look, rub your brush with a sheet before brushing your hair. If clothing is sticking to itself and making a tight cling, rub the underside of your garment with a sheet until the static is erased. It works wonders!

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4. You know the smell never comes out of the carpet and your vacuum cleaner always has that pungent smell of dirt. Well, rip a fresh dryer sheet in half and place it inside your bag or canister before you begin vacuuming. The scent keeps the vacuum smelling fresh and it actually gives the carpet a boost of freshness. For really bad odors, use the whole sheet instead of just half. My cleaner always stinks so a whole sheet is doing a great job keeping my machine and carpet smelling fresher.

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5. Dryer sheets are great to shine your faucets or clean a glass shower door – even the shower walls! A new sheet will clean that shower soap scum up in a jiffy! No hard scrubbing is required and no expensive cleaners with chemicals, just a plain old dryer sheet. For your faucets and metal plumbing, a used dryers sheet keeps the water stains away and keeps them looking polished. The same for any other metal appliances, they work great on keeping fingerprints and smudges away.

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6. Deodorize almost everything like your drawers, gym bag, stuff it under the cushions on the couch. You can use them in the car under the seats to deodorize the car. In the garbage container is also another good place to throw one, keeps that fresh smell.


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7. Remove the baked on food from you baking dish. That stuff that just won’t seem to come off. just fill the pan with hot water and add a dryer sheet. Let it soak for a couple of hours or overnight. When you go to clean it up, pour off the dirty water and use that same dryer sheet to easily scrub off the backed on grime. Easy.

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This Looks Yummy « Chicken Fingers

This looks so good, I am going to make it for starters tonight.

Chicken Fingers

Ingredients

Serves: Prep: 10min|Cook: 10min |Total: 20min

1 lb boneless, skinless chicken tenders
salt and black pepper to taste
3 egg whites, lightly beaten
2 cups panko bread crumbs
2 tablespoons dijon mustard
1 teaspoon chipotle pepper puree
Directions

1.Preheat the oven to 450°F season the chicken with salt and pepper. Place egg whites in a shallow bowl, and crumbs (season them too) on a plate. Dip the tenders into the egg and toss them in the crumbs.

2.Place the breaded chicken pieces on a baking sheet coated with nonstick cooking spray; bake for 10 to 12 minutes, until the crumbs have browned and the chicken is firm.

3.Combine the mustard, chipotle, and honey in a large bowl. Toss the cooked chicken tenders in the mixture so they are all evenly coated

Nutritional Facts per serving

CALORIES 250.8 CAL

FAT 0.8 G

SATURATED FAT 0 G

CHOLESTEROL 66.7 MG

SODIUM 386.2 MG

CARBOHYDRATES 29.5 G

TOTAL SUGARS 5.2 G

DIETARY FIBER 1.1 G

PROTEIN 32.1 G

SOURCE: PREVENTION MAGAZINE

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