School and our fall schedules are in full swing:
Baby girl has been very patient driving her sisters to and from school and their activities
When she's at home with Mama, we play dress up and blocks.
We made another trip to the beach to enjoy this extremely hot September weather.
Big sister is loving soccer - the gear, the practice, the games and her teammates.
I have to admit that getting dinner on the table on nights when we have soccer practice or have been out all day doing stuff is challenging. I tried the demo at Trader Joe's the other day and came across an awesome cheater version of enchiladas that was an instant hit with my kids. That doesn't happen too often! You use frozen taquitos (without defrosting) and bake them with enchilada sauce and cheese. We had carrot sticks and Mexican rice with it and it was dinner in about 20-25 minutes. Middle liked helping me pour the sauce, sprinkle the cheese, and place the olives. Trader Joe's has black bean taquitos, chicken, and beef - something for everyone!
Trader Joe's "Enchiladas" (serves 4)
1 container of frozen taquitos from Trader Joe's
1 bottle of Enchilada sauce
1-2 cups shredded cheese
1/2 can of sliced olives
Preheat oven to 375 degrees and spray an 8x8 pan with cooking spray (or olive oil spray). Put taquitos in a single row in the pan. Pour enchilada sauce over the top. Sprinkle with shredded cheese and top with sliced olives.
Bake for 15 minutes or until bubbly and melty. The taquitos will soften up in the baking.