Halloween Gift Idea - The Lego Keeper

 With the way the world is going and trick or treating maybe not happening this year, who knows right, maybe a gift for Halloween is the way to go.  If your kids love legos but you don't love the firewalk that is stepping on legos in the middle of the night check out these lego storage blocks that are legos.  Now tell the kiddos to put the legos in the legos and they can build with the storage devices as well.  I hope this helps reduce your firewalking in the middle of the night. 

Also if you are binge-watching The Home Edit's new show on Netflix Getting Organized you can color-coordinate your legos and storage to match.  Also, I recommend watching Getting Organized and The Home Edit's new book  - The Home Edit Life linked below.  It is a great read and they are also a great follow on Instagram, their stories are priceless.

Happy Fall and Halloween folks!!


                                




            

What to do with all that Zucchini????

It is harvest and farmer's market time, and zucchini seems to be abundant this time of year.  What to do with all that zucchini, besides make some bread and fry it, I have a solution, make zucchini casserole.  Growing up my mom cooked lunch for all of us plus anyone helping us farm 6 days a week, and we had a garden that was constantly producing so we had this casserole a lot as a side or a main dish and it was always delicious.  I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.



Zucchini/Squash Casserole

6 cups Zucchini or Summer Squash sliced thin
1/4 cup finely chopped onions
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 cup sour cream (8oz.)
1 cup shredded carrots
1 8 oz. package of herb stuffing croutons (ex. pepperidge farm like you would use at Thanksgiving)
1 stick of salted butter

In a pot or saucepan, cook zucchini and onions in boiling salted water for 6 minutes.  Drain.  Combine sour cream and cream of chicken soup, fold in carrots and drained zucchini and onions.  Melt the stick of butter and in another bowl add the butter to the stuffing croutons and combine.  Put half of the stuffing mix in the bottom of a greased baking dish (this makes a lot I would go with 9X13) top with cream mixture and cover with the rest of the stuffing mixture.  
Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes or until heated through and bubbly.  



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