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Raffle Winner and My Two New Things

Raffle Winner and My Two New Things


Good morning!

As promised I’m here in between boot camp and mom and tot (or mom and toot, whatever) to announce the winner of the Amazing “Peas” Raffle for Amelia.

I put everyone down on a numerical list according to how many entries they bought and used random.org to pick a number.

The winner is……….. Deena!!!!

Friend, you got in just in time. I’ll send your information to the famous Mama Pea. I’m jealous that you’ll be getting to taste her world famous dough balls.

To everyone else who entered or donated money to our Race for Amelia, I’ll be getting “thank you” packets in the mail sometime next week. Not only will you have a warm heart for contributing to a great cause, but I have some coupons and goodies to send your way (not to mention a few more things to raffle off). Stay tuned.

PS- It’s not too late to still donate. See the Running For Amelia page for details!


Really quick I wanted to share my lazy way to make my new broccoli slaw concoction. I’ve had this for dinner three nights in a row. I’m not having it tonight though, I need to carb up remember? Ha!

Here it is.

I microwave the broccoli slaw in the bag for 3 minutes.


Put it in a pie plate sprayed with nonstick cooking spray and add seasoning and spices (garlic powder, garlic salt, oregano, pepper, crushed red pepper).


Then add one cup of Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup. (Trader Joe’s also makes a really good one.)



Top it with more vegetables (mushrooms, peppers, etc.) and/or chicken or Trader Joe’s organic tempeh.


Then bake it at 400 for about 20 minutes.


I may have baked this one a little too long, but it was still delicious.

Here’s the finished broccoli slaw roasted red pepper tomato bake.


Oops. Forgot something.

I added some cheese sandwiches. One of the sandwiches had jalapeño yogurt dip inside while the other one had a Laughing Cow cheese wedge and some low-fat Havarti.


Good. Easy. Quick. Healthy.


Just STUFT mama style.


Okay, I need to finish my STUFT Salted Caramel Mocha


which was stepped up this morning by the addition of this light caramel whipped cream.


Then the boys and I are off to our next class and then to pick up our race packet.


See you after the race.

I’ll be on Facebook, but no more bloggy blog until tomorrow.

And, um, look what I found in the cupboard this morning.


I guess I never roasted them. Ewwwww….

There’s always next year.

Have a great day!

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  1. 1
    deena says:

    WOW! Thannnnkkkk you! i’m so excited! I really did make the cut off just in time! GOOD LUCK TOMORROW. Oh and just made a nookie 🙂 and put in some cranberries. YUUUUM. xo

    • 1.1
      STUFT Mama says:

      Congrats! I was so excited when I saw it was you! You will LOVE it! And”nookie”, “BOOKIE”, whatever you want to call it- it’s yummy. He he! 🙂 Cranberries are a fabulous idea!

  2. 2
    deena says:

    nookie… hahahahaha. there’s another good definition for that! i meant to say i made the nack cookie :). n+bookie… 🙂

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