No Rye Reuben Wraps

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No Rye Reuben Wraps

The Reuben sandwich recipe strikes a perfect balance of corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing—an American deli staple.  Normally served on rye bread and somewhat messy to eat (though that may be part of its charm), we took the bread away and made a less mess wrap with a delicious spinach tortilla!  Trust us, you will not miss the rye bread.  And as someone who is not the fondest of rye bread (I hate caraway seed with a passion, just the smell turns me off.), I love this version.  Enjoy with leftover corned beef, or get some deli meat and make it for a hearty lunch with some chips and a dill pickle, or for dinner with a nice side salad.  I will also have a Guinness, but that is optional…

Yields: 2 servings

INGREDIENTS
2 large spinach tortilla
1/3 cup Thousand Island dressing
3/4 pound corned beef
10-12 slices Swiss cheese
1/2 cup sauerkraut – well drained

DIRECTIONS
1.   Preheat your oven to 350° F.  Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set to the side.

2. Place a spinach tortilla on a clean and flat surface.  Spread half of the the thousand island dressing on top of each tortilla, leaving about a 1/2 inch border all the way around the edge.

3.  Layer the corned beef on top of the dressing, followed by the cheese, using 5-6 slices of cheese per wrap.

4.   Add the drained sauerkraut on top of the cheese.

5.   Gently roll each tortilla up, and place them seams down on the parchment-lined baking sheet.

6.   Bake for 8-10 minutes to make sure the cheese is melted.  Cover loosely with foil if the tortillas start to brown before the time is up.

7.   Remove from the oven and wait 2 or 3 minutes before cutting in half.  This allows the juices from the meat to stop running, and for the cheese to set up a bit so it doesn’t ooze all over when it is cut.

8.   ENJOY!!  These are REALLY GOOD!!

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Lucky Pot of Gold Oreo Truffles

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Lucky Pot of Gold Oreo Truffles

Yields: 1 dozen

INGREDIENTS
24 Double Stuf Oreos
8 oz brick of cream cheese – softened to room temperature
12 oz bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
Wilton gold sugar pearls
3 strips of Airheads Xtremes Sour Rainbow Candy – chilled to make them stiff

DIRECTIONS
1.   Line a large baking sheet with wax or parchment paper and set to the side.

2.   Add the Oreo cookies to a food processor, and pulse until they are in very small crumbs.

3.   In a medium mixing bowl, add the Oreo crumbs and the softened cream cheese together. Mix with a spatula until completely blended.

4.   Cover the bowl and put in the fridge for 30 minutes.

5.   Shape the Oreo mixture into one inch balls and place them on the lined baking sheet.

6.   In a double boiler, warm the semi-sweet chocolate chips over low medium heat. Stir continuously until melted and smooth.

7.   Pour the melted dark chocolate into a warmed (in the microwave) smaller bowl for easier dipping.

8.   Using a toothpick, dip each Oreo ball into the melted chocolate, and place it back on the baking sheet. Set aside the remaining melted chocolate for later use.

9.   Chill for 30 minutes to allow the chocolate to harden.

10.  Cut each chilled rainbow candy strip into 4 pieces and set aside (12 total).

11.   Remove the Oreo truffles from the refrigerator and flip each truffle upside down.

12.   Reheat the leftover chocolate from Step 8 and spread a thin layer on the top of a truffle. Gently press the end of a rainbow piece into the melted chocolate and hold for 10 seconds.  Sprinkle the rest of the chocolate with the gold sugar balls.

13.   Place back on the baking sheet to allow the chocolate to harden.  Repeat until all of the truffles have a rainbow and a pot of gold.

14.   ENJOY!!  Store covered and refrigerated up to 5 days.

 

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Lunch and Dinner Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

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Crock Pot Irish Lamb Stew
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Irish Nachos
Corned Beef Hash
Shepards Pie
Reuben Fry Basket
Irish Boxties
Corned Beef Pasties
Pub Style Potato Nachos
Corned Beef Cheese Ball

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Adorable Rainbow Crafts for Kids

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When I was a girl, I adored rainbows.  I even had rainbow wallpaper and a rainbow bedspread.  These rainbow crafts make me nostalgic for my childhood bedroom!  I will enjoy the memories while I make new ones crafting some of these with my little one. 

Adorable Rainbow Crafts for Kids

1. A Joyful Riot – Gold at the End of the Mini Rainbow Pinatas

2. I Heart Crafty Things – Paper Plate Rainbow Yarn Art Craft

3. A Night Owl Blog – Paper Plate Rainbow Kids Craft

4. Hands On As We Grow – Rainbow Sponge Painting

5. Crafts by Amanda – Rainbow Crafts Cloud and Rainbow Raindrops

6. Crafts Unleashed – Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Banner

7. Creative Green Living – Rainbow Wind Chime from Recycled Cans

8. The Nerd’s Wife – Rainbow Preschool Craft with Elmer’s Early Learners

9. Happiness is Homemade – Streamer Rainbows

10. I Heart Naptime – Lucky Rainbow Banner DIY

11. A Joyful Riot – Rainbow Cake Topper

12. I Heart Crafty Things – Cupcake Liner Pot of Gold Kid Craft

13. Crafts by Amanda – Layered Felt Rainbow Magnet

14. Artsy Craftsy Mom – Crepe Paper Collage-Rainbow Fish Craft

15. Hands On As We Grow – Cheerio Rainbow Craft with Color Matching

16. Crafts Unleashed – St. Patrick’s Day Tissue Paper Rainbow Banner

17. B-Inspired Mama – A Cute St. Patrick’s Day Handprint Craft

18. Homegrown Friends – Rainbow Melted Bead Salt Dough Suncatcher

19. It Happens in a Blink – Rainbow Craft

20. I Heart Crafty Things – Pot of Gold and Rainbow Craft

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St. Patrick’s Day Treats

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Rainbow Cookies
Malted Mint Brownie Bites
St. Patrick’s Day Muddy Buddies
Rainbow Dust
Mint Oreo Ice Cream Pie
St. Patrick’s Day Rice Crispie Treats
Lucky Charm Cookies
Green Ombre Cupcakes
Leprachaun Sugar Cookie Bars
Lucky Lie Poke Cupcakes

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St. Patrick’s Day Crafts to Help You Feel Lucky

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Rainbow Wall Hanging
Paper Mosiac Shamrocks
Rainbow Hand Print Craft
Paper Strip Shamrocks
Streamer Rainbows
3d Tissue Paper Shamrock
St. Patrick’s Day Dot Art
3d Rainbow Art
Potted Shamrocks
Paper Plate Rainbow

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Green Cocktails For St. Patrick’s Day

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Check out these Green Cocktails For St. Patrick’s Day

Mojito Sherbet Punch
Jalapeno Cucumber Gin and Tonic
Sparkling Leprechaun Kiss
Green Appletini
Blushing Whiskey Sour
Vanilla Mint Leprechaun Kisses
Green Destiny Cocktail
Shamrock Sour 
Homemade Irish Cream
Shamrock Martini

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