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Enjoy National Peanut Month with These Delicious Peanut Recipes

March is an exciting month full of celebrations and fun. But, in the midst of your St. Patrick’s Day and Easter festivities, don’t forget to celebrate National Peanut Month with some delicious peanut recipes.

  • Peanut Powered Breakfast Cookies. Who doesn’t want cookies for breakfast? Whip up these energizing cookies packed with peanut butter, oat bran, rolled oats, dried cherries, yogurt, and applesauce. It’s hard to not have your mouth water at the thought.
  • Sautéed Pears with Vanilla Yogurt and Honey Peanuts. This delicious treat can be offered as a lighter dessert and still give you all the sweetness you’re craving. After cookie meals are always the best.
  • Dixie Peanut Brittle. With this easy recipe you only need your microwave. Heat everything up in the microwave and let it cool on a cookie sheet and crack it apart when it’s cool. So you can break of a piece of that brilliant brittle.
  • Peanut Pie. If you love peanuts, then you need to bake this peanut-filled pie. Trust us, you do.
  • Crunchy Chutney Pork. Peanuts aren’t just for breakfast or dessert. This delicious pork recipe incorporates peanuts for a delicious crunch. This may not be for the faint of heart.

Do you have a favorite peanut recipe? What are you planning on making to celebrate National Peanut Month?

Tell us in the comments below!

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Top Five Road Trip Movies

To help inspire you in these dark and cold winter months, we’ve put together our list of the top five road trip movies.

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# 1 – Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987)

 

This movie reads more like a guide of what not to do on a road trip. But most importantly, it can remind us that the only way to have a successful trip is to have a sense of humor. Oh, and to never drive the wrong way on an interstate.

 

# 2 – Thelma And Louise (1991)

 

It’s somewhat unfortunate that this film only seems to be remembered for its very tragic and now iconic ending. Because otherwise, this road trip movie reveals what a truly meaningful road trip is—a journey within.

 

# 3 – Little Miss Sunshine (2006)

 

The Faris family is about the most dysfunctional family as we’ve ever seen onscreen. Their road trip sees them ultimately grow closer as a whole.

 

# 4 – Tommy Boy (1995)

 

A true comedy of errors, this movie sees Chris Farley and David Spade having misadventure after misadventure. The lesson we can take away is that they never give up and keep burning miles.

 

# 5 – Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001)

 

Two best friends take a transformational trip across the gorgeous Mexican countryside. Reminding us that every good trip is very much about the scenery.

If there’s any you feel deserve to be in the top 5 and aren’t, list them below!

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