Mini Peanut Butter Chocolate Kisses
Ah, what’s going on? Seafood? Two day’s in a row?
Yeah, it is pretty obvious the seafood hatters are out of the house. So the rest of us have been getting a healthy dose of omega 3’s this week, that’s for sure. Shrimp, tuna and hopefully some lobster before the week is over.
Asher sure has kept me entertained this week. We’ve painted our nails with sparkly red nail polish (we of course have to have Valentines day nails. Of course). We went to the library to pick out her princess books. Today we are making chocolate cake with chocolate frosting simply because she said “Tieg, I need some frosting. It’s my favorite thing like, ever!” And we’ve played plenty of “dress up”. Oh, and we have , well she has, done lots of talking…….lots and lots of talking.
This girl loves to talk. Seriously, the only time she is not talking is when she has a spoonful of frosting in her mouth.
So what do we talk about? Sister stuff and apparently it’s top secret.
Another thing? We have been running late. Really, really late. Like all the time. Seriously, though it is not my fault. This girl CAN NOT get out the door. She needs her hair clip, her sparkly purse, her necklace and that last look in the mirror. It’s a process.
Can we say girly girl. Actually, I think that’s and understatement.
Upon Asher’s request we made pasta for dinner! Her favorite.
Although, she’ll pass on the tuna and olives, eat the tomatoes and add a tablespoon or two of butter.
Since I now feel like I need a vacation I made some Italian pasta.
I am ready to sail to the Mediterranean……
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But I am being summoned, I think it is time to read Pretty Princess Pig.
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My family RAVES about this recipe! My husband said he could eat this every week. I don’t care for sun dried tomato or olives, but I used 2 cans of the good Italian tuna, 1 can of artichokes, and tossed in some capers. I can’t wait to add this to our rotation!
Wonderful!!😊 I appreciate you making this recipe and sharing your review, so glad to hear it was delish! xT
This was a sleeper. Easy and so much flavor. Definitely going in the rotation. I accidentally put diced carrots in and had to use a jar of pickled artichokes instead of frozen. Leveled up on the canned tuna and it was worthy of it.
Thanks so much for making this recipe, I am thrilled to hear it was enjoyed. Thanks for sharing your comment! xTieghan
Great pasta dish for the family! Quick and has such a rich taste. I have substituted sundries tomatoes with sundries tomatoes pesto with pine nuts and was absolutely amazing.
Thank you Margarita!! That is really great to hear! xTieghan
This came out amazing! Such a fantastic pantry meal – tastes like my favorite little Italian place.
FYI the onion is not in ingredient list. I LOVED this!!!
Thank you so much Stefanie! I am so glad you enjoyed this! xTieghan
I tried it and it was very good. I couldn’t find the pasta but used bow tie. A few things I would change next time is add only a 1/2 artichoke hearts and I would cut up the olives
Glad you liked this and you changes I am sure would be great!