What a roller coaster this week has been! Harry felt bad most of the day yesterday, but seemed to perk up towards dinner time. Of course now I'm starting to feel sick, ugh, it's a never ending cycle.
Even though he's not 100%, he took three steps in a row last night... a personal best for him! I still wouldn't call him walking but he is getting closer and closer :). Slow and steady is the name of the walking game for Harry, who's been taking steps for a month and a half now, and that's just fine with me. Although unlike crawling, I am so ready for him to start walking!
I thought I'd share a new "recipe" with you guys today. This is something I've made a few times over the last couple months, it's so good and easy! I don't even really know what to call it, but I use the Old El Paso Tortilla Stuffers pouches so I'll just stick with that name.
To make these stuffers, you'll need:
-One pouch of Old El Paso Tortilla Stuffers (the garlic chili chicken is awesome!)
-Cheese sauce (optional)
First, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Then prepare the Tortilla Stuffers according to the directions on the pouch. Lay out four tortillas on a baking sheet and spread a little cheese sauce on each, this acts as a glue. Top each tortilla with a heaping spoonful of the Tortilla Stuffers mixture and some shredded cheese. Spread a little cheese sauce on the remaining four tortillas and layer on top. Bake for 10 minutes, until tortillas are crispy and cheese is melted.
I usually prepare some black beans to complete with the meal. You really can't get much easier than this for a delicious dinner!
I also have to give a shout out to Kristin from Craftiments who made the awesome social media icons I installed last night. I randomly stumbled across her blog in a search for some new icons and her set is the only one I could find with every icon I wanted. So, thank you!