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Ready, Set, BURN

I went to the new Kroger today, which opened up last night just behind our neighborhood. They really need to make a direct cut from the neighborhood to the Kroger! That way I could avoid the one minute drive on Coit! :) Anyway, it's a great store, and HUGE. I got all of our groceries in preperation for being down and out for the next few days. Scored some great deals. They had these large chicken quarters, already seasoned, in packs of four for less than $2. I grabbed two, along with lots of other things. They were giving away boxes of new dog food, so I got some for the dogs. There is a Starbucks in the front of the store, and I got a Caramel light Frap and sped around the store like a woman on crack.

When I got home, I made a desert for the kids that I saw in a magazine. I wish I could remember the magazine to credit them, but here is it in a nutshell. VERY easy and not so bad for them.

Get the following:

- Reduced fat Nilla Wafers
- Lite Yogurt (whatever flavor you want. I used strawberry for half and banana/mango for the other half)
- Cool Whip Free
- Cupcake papers/foils

In the bottom of the paper/foil, put a Nilla wafer flat. In a bowl, mix together equal parts yogurt and cool whip. Spoon the mixture into the paper/foil. Insert a Nilla wafer into the top, sticking up on its side. Put them in the freezer until they are hard. They are like 50 calories each and VERY yummy. It's like an ice cream treat.

YUMMY!!!!!!!

So, I got the house clean, dishes done, laundry done for the kids, lunches for tomorrow made, school clothes laid out and Scott is now bathing the kids (still can't lean over the tub). I'm ready to get the other side of my back done tomorrow morning!