Make Your Own Facial, Baby or Boo Boo Cleanser Cloths

Commercial facial cleansing cloths can be very expensive.  Here is an easy way to make your own.  They can also be used as baby wipes & boo boo wipes.

1 container large enough to fit 1/2 a roll of paper towels. with a tight fitting lid.  Cut an x in the top of the lid to feed the wipes through. or an empty baby wipe container or washed out empty commercial cleaner wipes contaner can be used too.

1 roll of Bounty select-a-size paper towels (Use any good quality brand of select-a-size)
2 cups water
1 Tablespoon baby shampoo
2 tablespoons baby oil

With a serrated knife cut the roll of paper towels to form 2 short rolls.  remove the center cardboard tubes.
Place one roll into the plastic container.  In a bowl mix the water, shampoo and oil well and pour into container.  Close the lid to allow the towels to absorbe the liquid.

To use, pull  a corner  of the center sheet from roll through the opening in the lid.

Want to dress up your wipes container?  Here is a cute idea from merriment
Looks like she modge podged some fabric around the container.  Very cute.

Chicken Enchilada Casserole


Today I needed to throw a quick dinner together (isn't every night like that?). I also needed to find a way to  use leftover rotisserie chicken and still make enough to  feed a family of 4.  Looking in my fridge I had a half used package of flour tortillas and some shredded cheese. I decided to throw together a chicken enchilada casserole.  I used a 6x9 rectangular pyrex dish, but a 8x8 cake pan would work as well.


approximately 3 cups of shredded rotisserie chicken
6-8  taco sized flour or corn tortillas
2 cups of shredded cheese
1 (20 oz.) can enchilada sauce
Optional:1 cup each corn, pinto or black beans
             1 4 oz. can diced green chiles

Spray baking pan with nonstick cooking spray. drizzle a small amount of enchilada sauce in bottom of pan.
Cut tortillas in half. Placing the long cut egdge of the tortilla halves. Layer half the tortillas to cover pan.  Layer 1 1/2 -2 cups of shredded chicken onto tortillas.Layer any additional ingredients: corn, beans, and diced chiles. cover with 1 cup enchiliada sauce. top with 1 cup shredded cheese. layer remaining tortillas then chicken,corn, beans, and chliles, then  enchilada sauce and top with remaining cheese.

Bake 350 degrees 30 minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbly.  Serve with refried beans and rice.

Jans tip: You could turn this into a freezer meal. Next time you are at your wholesale club, buy an extra rotisserie chicken. Shred one whole chicken and make two of the above recipes. One to eat that night and one to freeze for later!
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