Greek flavors are a favorite in the Crumbs house. There isn’t a meal plan made without at least one night dedicated to the fresh Mediterranean tang. If it were up to my husband, he’d combine this pita bread recipe with couscous every night of the week for dinner. Oh wait, he already did! I’m not goingClick to Continue »
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It feels weird to say this, but the one thing I’ve missed on the Whole30 was soup. Many of our favorites – tomato basil soup and tortilla soup and chicken noodle soup and minestrone soup – are off limits. Sure, I could make substitutions and whatnot, but to be honest, tortilla soup just isn’t theClick to Continue »
Dabbling in DIY’s is my favorite pastime as an inexpensive way to improve my health, or quality of life… in one way or another. For example – my husband once healed a spider bite with a potato and he also removed a mole with apple cider vinegar. When there wasn’t ANY funds left in the budget forClick to Continue »
Would you believe that until just a few weeks ago, I had never made cornbread from scratch? I’ve made lots of types of bread… white sandwich bread, flour tortillas, pita bread, fluffy biscuits, rosemary sea salt flat bread and even homemade seasoned breadcrumbs… but not cornbread. Until now. Prepare to be amazed friends – thisClick to Continue »
In the past 90 days, we’ve hosted 9 different sets of families in our home. NINE. That equates to 40 meals shopped, prepped and cooked for up to 9 people at one time. All within our $330/month grocery budget. How did we do it? We started every visit with a meal plan, listed out a bunch ofClick to Continue »
I know, MORE HUMMUS! I’m really not trying to spam you with dessert hummus galore… chocolate hummus, cookie dough hummus, cake batter hummus and now snickerdoodle hummus… But when you find a recipe your kid loves – AND IT’S MADE WITH BEANS – I’m sure keeping it to yourself is breaking some unwritten parenting rule.
Not too long ago, as I was doing my regular Costco shopping, a bagged sweet kale salad recipe caught my eye. Now, I normally don’t buy bagged salad (because of the unhealthy dressing ingredients), but it was one of those “well I wonder if it’s REALLY as bad as I think it is” moments, soClick to Continue »
It’s funny how cooking in the summer means finding ways to NOT heat up the kitchen, but cooking in the winter means using the oven as a source of heat! Thankfully, this meal plan filled with tons of whole foods meal ideas will fill your bellies and keep your feet warm too!