Sloppy Joes have always been a comfort food for me. This 30 Minute Sloppy Joes Recipe is a keeper. It’s almost as comforting as the recipe I’ve grown to love, which is the one my Mom makes and of course, can’t be replicated. She just throws ingredients together, then tastes it, and it is magically perfect!
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My recipe is very, very similar to hers, and uses the ingredients that she does, with a few added herbs and spices. It was very easy to make, and even though the recipe ingredient list looks long, most of the ingredients are spices.
It excludes the garlic and green/red pepper that many Sloppy Joe recipes use, so the only chopping is an onion. This not only keeps the flavor simple but keeps the preparation simple, too! It really is a breeze to mix together for a quick, filling, comforting family dinner.
I have seen a lot of ideas for homemade hair reconstructors and conditioners, but other than using Coconut Oil as my favorite hair moisturizer, I have never used home products to make homemade hair reconstructor…until now!
Thanks again to Pinterest, I couldn’t pass up the idea of making my own hair reconstructor.
The treatment made my natural curls more bouncy & took away frizz
Hair Reconstructor Vs. Hair Moisturizer
A hair reconstructor is different than a hair moisturizer. A moisturizer adds moisture back into the hair. It is great for dry hair. A reconstructor is like a strengthener. It helps heal damaged, weak hair.
There are several things that make hair need moisturizing treatments and reconstructing treatments. Some hair is just naturally dry and weak, but most of the damage is from:
- highlighting and coloring hair
- not getting regular trims
- outside elements like wind and sun
- heat damage from hair dryers and curling/flattening irons
- certain medications
My hair had damage from all of the above!
Hmm, what to call this chocolate bar recipe? I kind of messed up a chewy granola bar recipe and ended up with absolutely awesome oatmeal, chocolate, peanut butter heaven! How is that for a name?
The Recipe Search for Chewy Chocolate Bars
I’ve been on the lookout for a gooey, chewy granola bar recipe. I checked out some of my favorite sites, and I should have known Heavenly Homemaker’s has been on the same hunt. She, too, wanted one with no corn syrup, and of course, she came up with one. It is one I really want to try again so I can do it right and experience her true recipe, but oh my, am I glad I messed it up because the concoction it made was DELISH!
Two Amazing Recipes for Chewy No-Bake Bars
So you can experience both, I will give you my “oh so good, messed up version”, then I will post her chewy granola bar recipe. I’ll try it again soon and can’t wait. I tasted the mixture after adding the oats and before adding the last cup of my “combination” and it was peanut buttery goodness.