Monday, February 22, 2016

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Taco Ring Fun Night

Im not sure what you do for fun, but when Tom goes out and its just me and my Mini, we like to GIRLS NIGHT!!! this normally involves eating really greasy foods, watching movies and doing our nails.
Last week during our girls night, we discovered a new way to make tacos thanks to my mama and I absolutely had to share it with you all. See in my family Taco Tuesday is a must, but having tacos every week can be boring, and isn't always healthy so we search for other fun and creative alternatives, such as tacos salads, chicken tacos, soft and heard shell tacos, fish tacos, and the list goes on.  Anyway, this week we discovered the Taco Ring! This my friend puts a whole new spin on Tacos!

Heres what you need:
1 lb ground beef
2 packs of pillsbury crescent rolls
1 packet of taco seasoning
2 cups cheese (or more if you are like us and really like your cheese)
Butter spray (pam)
1/2 cup taco sauce (optional)
8 oz sour cream (optional)

Preheat oven to 375
Cook your ground beef on skillet until brown. If there is excess fat, scoop out with spoon, before moving on.
Add and stir in taco seasoning and cook for about 5 more minutes.
Spray down a cookie sheet with some butter spray (or your favorite non sticker)
Take out crescent rolls and tear apart into triangles, laying them out on cookie sheet in a circle. So all the triangle bases are touching and points are facing out. Then press down around the center of your circle.
Add cheese to your ground beef taco mix, and stir together. Then scoop out your cheesy mixture and put it on crescent tolls where you just pressed down. Make sure you pat it down flat and even all around the circle.
Take each triangle tip from your rolls and fold over the taco meat. Then tuck it under the ring. (I like to sprinkle some more cheese on top at this point)
Now Bake for 20 min or until the rolls have turned a golden brown.

We served ours with taco sauce and sour cream  dipping sauces, and a salad.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The Pelvic Clock Bridge

This exercise (its really a game) can be done many different ways. My personal favorite is done in a bridge because you can get a lot of feed back from the ground. Use this to help you learn how to isolate pelvic movements.