Crockpot Swedish Meatballs

20 minute prep and dinner is ready for you!

How I make my meatballs:

2lbs ground beef
1 egg
1 cup bread crumbs
seasonings of choice
2 garlic cloves minced
1/2 a finely chopped onion
Mix well + form meatballs
(Precook in oven at 350 for 15 mins) it will help them hold together

In your crockpot:

1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 cup milk
1/2 a block cream cheese
1/4 cup sour cream
1/2 cup of beef broth
+ season with your faves

Once the meatballs are started in the oven for 15 mins then toss them into the sauce in the crockpot and leave it on low for 8 hours and then serve with mashed potatoes or over noodles!! Sooo tasty

Hi it’s Mak! Thanks for coming by 🦋

Getting through life, one red bull at a time. The most introverted extrovert. Once I trust you- you are my people for life. You only have to prove it to me for 14 years first. (Kidding, kinda.)

Truthfully- I really enjoy being alone and at peace with myself and surroundings, but I am extremely extroverted when I’m around people who bring me comfort and happiness.

We are the epitome of Country living, alongside my farmer and our pups, We live on a mixed cattle N grain farm in Saskatchewan, and live our best lives everyday. Jay is my boyfriend- soul mate, side kick, ball n chain- you get it. He is the most amazing guy and I love this life with him. I could brag on him for hours. ( Ok I’m done bein sappy. You get the gist. This is us.
I share all things our life, and yummy recipes! Check in for all the things. Xo

Guest bedroom diy in a day

hand painted arch headboard

I used a tape measurer to find my center of the wall then used a pencil to sketch it- I tied a string to the end of the pencil then nailed the string down to my halfway point to get the perfect arch by keeping my pencil tight while I traced it out. Once I was happy with it I painted it in a 5cm tip brush and painted a thin outline then went through the rest with a bigger paint brush. This was the final result. It was done and the bed was set up within 2-3 hours max. Super easy diy!!

Chicken bacon ranch rotini bake —

I whipped this one up with things I had in my fridge and it come out amazing! Picky eater approved.

3 Garlic cloves diced
2 chicken breast
5 slices of bacon
4 cups rotini pasta
2 cups milk
1/2 stick of butter
2 cups of cheese
Salt + pepper + paprika to taste
1/2 a packet of ranch seasoning

Cube then cook 2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts then add 3 cloves of garlic once almost finished! Put to the side and cook your bacon until crispy! Drain your bacon grease out then start with a half a stick of unsalted butter, add flour to make a rue, whisk in 2 cups of milk and stir well, once all mixed in add cheeses of your choice! I did 1 cup Monterey, 1 cup marble. This will make your cheese sauce! Add in your noodles, chicken, bacon and stir. Top with remaining bacon and serve! You could add spinach or broccoli — or any veggie to the dish— I just have a fussy eater! Bake with extra cheese or serve as is! Sooo good.
I served it with green beans, caesar salad, garlic toast!

Enjoy! Xo

Fall Mantle Decor on a budget- I find all my small pumpkins cheap at the local dollar spot or dollar tree for a buck- and lots of my vases + baskets are from the superstore sale section! I keep my eyes peeled for a steal of a deal! Tip: start your decor shopping as soon as it comes on the shelf even if it feels too soon- otherwise there will be no selection left! Also Rustic Rose has an amazing selection of western style affordable home decor pieces. That’s where my windmill center piece is from!

Happy Fall Yall!