Himalayan Salt Lamp ONLY $22.63 Shipped!

Right now on Amazon you can get this Air Purifying Himalayan Salt Lamp for only $22.63!

I bought one of these for my mom last year who uses it in her bedroom.  She says the soft glow makes a nice night light and she feels that the air smells cleaner. :)  Many of the reviewers also claim that these ionically deodorize the air as well!

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  • Unique salt lamp is made from Natural Himalayan salt crystals hand mined in the Himalayan Mountains
  • Once lit the lamp will emit a calming Amber color
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Home Depot Tide Pods 57ct ONLY $7.98!

 

Home Depot’s Spring Black Friday Sale is still going on – and TODAY’S Special Buy is an awesome deal on Tide!

Get this ginormous 57 Ct Tub of Tide Pods for just $9.88!  Then use this $2 Coupon to drop it down to only $7.98!  This is a fabulous price for Tide detergent!

The stores are going to sell out quickly – so you may want to just hop online and order yours, and set it for In-Store pickup.

 

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Toluna: FREE Star Wars Toothbrush Testing Opportunity

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Easter Clearance Items: What You Should Look For

 

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Easter Clearance Items … What to Look For!

Walmart and Target have marked down their Easter Clearance to 50% OFF – and it’s a great time to snag goodies for next year!

Wondering what Easter clearance items you should look for? Start by setting a little money aside so that next year you’ll be stocked up. Luckily, there are many ways to save by taking advantage of after Easter sales!

For example, if your child doesn’t already have a good basket you can reuse every year after Easter then it’s time to buy a durable one. If you’ve had your eyes on one of the baskets with a fancy monogrammed liner, now is the time to consider purchasing it. Speaking of baskets, this is also a great time to stock up on things like grass, Easter eggs, and basket fillers for next year! [Read more...]

Lemon Bars with Saltine Crackers

 

Jamie here!! Looking to change up your dessert routine?  You’re going to love the cool, creamy sweetness of lemon filling mixed with the crumbly, salty crust in these best-of-both worlds Lemon Bars with Saltine Crackers.  This is the PERFECT treat for Spring – an unexpected punch of flavor and all KINDS of texture!

But first, a quick word about treats…  My husband is one of the weird ones who doesn’t care for dessert.  He never wants a cake on his birthday or (gasp!) ice cream on a hot summer night.  So it wasn’t until the 3rd year of our marriage that I stumbled upon a treat that he actually asked me to make again – and it was these Lemon Bars.  Now I usually trade off between these and my easy Derby Pie recipe for his birthday dessert – and it’s always such a nice change to have these refreshing bars again!

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lemon-bar-recipe

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • 14 oz can of Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 2 Lemons
  • 4 Eggs
  • 1 Stick of Softened Butter
  • 1 Sleeve of Saltine Crackers
  • Lemon Cake Mix (Try to get the kind with Pudding in the mix)

 

Directions:

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Before you begin, get the butter nice and soft.  I like to set it on the stove while the oven is preheating, turning it to the other side every minute or so.

 

lemon bars cracker crust

 

Crush the sleeve of saltines in a large ziploc bag with either a rolling pin or by rolling a glass over them.  Make the crumbs as small as possible!

In a large bowl, mix the lemon cake mix, 1 egg and softened butter together with an electric beater.  Stir in the saltine crumbs.  You may need to cut some of the dry ingredients into the butter with a fork. Work it together until you have coarse crumbs.  Measure out two cups of crumb mixture and set aside for later, press the rest of the mixture into a pre-greased 13 x 9″ pan.

lemon bars crust

Bake at 350 for 20 minutes, or until edges of crust are golden brown.

In a medium bowl, mix together condensed milk, juice of 2 lemons and 3 egg yolks.  Really get as much juice as you can out of the lemons by rolling them on a flat surface to break down the inner membranes, and allowing them to get to room temp first (or microwave them for 10 seconds!)

Pour the filling onto the crust and spread evenly.  Top with the remaining crumb mixture and bake for another 20-25 minutes, or until edge of topping is golden brown.

Cut into squares and refrigerate.  Makes 1 dozen large bars, or 2 dozen small ones.  *These are RICH, so you might want to go for the small squares!

Variations:

Try using vanilla wafers or graham crackers instead of saltines.  Don’t have fresh lemons?  Use lemon juice (about 1/2 cup) or even LIME juice would be yummy, I bet!

Lemon Bars with Saltine Crackers
Dessert
2 Dozen
 
Ingredients
  • 14 oz can of Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 2 Lemons
  • 4 Eggs
  • 1 Stick of Softened Butter
  • 1 Sleeve of Saltine Crackers
  • Lemon Cake Mix (Try to get the kind with Pudding in the mix)
Instructions
  1. Before you begin, get the butter nice and soft. I like to set it on the stove while the oven is preheating, turning it to the other side every minute or so.
  2. Crush the sleeve of saltines in a large ziploc bag with either a rolling pin or by rolling a glass over them. Make the crumbs as small as possible!
  3. In a large bowl, mix the lemon cake mix, 1 egg and softened butter together with an electric beater. Stir in the saltine crumbs. You may need to cut some of the dry ingredients into the butter with a fork. Work it together until you have coarse crumbs. Measure out two cups of crumb mixture and set aside for later, press the rest of the mixture into a pre-greased 13 x 9" pan.
  4. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes, or until edges of crust are golden brown.
  5. In a medium bowl, mix together condensed milk, juice of 2 lemons and 3 egg yolks. Really get as much juice as you can out of the lemons by rolling them on a flat surface to break down the inner membranes, and allowing them to get to room temp first (or microwave them for 10 seconds!)
  6. Pour the filling onto the crust and spread evenly. Top with the remaining crumb mixture and bake for another 20-25 minutes, or until edge of topping is golden brown.
  7. Cut into squares and refrigerate. Makes 1 dozen large bars, or 2 dozen small ones. *These are RICH, so you might want to go for the small squares!