Duhn-duhn-duhn. Here we are again, at the start of another school year. Back to alarm clocks, school lunches, and homework. Are you ready? I know I’m not. We’ve had a great summer, and I’m just not ready to let it go. But all good things must come to an end, so I’m tryyyying to get some plans inClick to Continue »
Last August I shared a recipe here on Crumbs for what is probably my favorite homemade popsicle of all time – Homemade Coconut Cream Popsicles. Well, it’s not August yet, but summer is off to a steamy start here in Texas and we’re grilling fajitas, filling up on seasonal fruit salad, and crankin’ out newClick to Continue »
Summer’s coming! At our house, summer means lighter fare – things like smoothies, salads, and popsicles. Dinners are simpler as well. Between the Houston heat and humidity, and less time indoors available for cooking, heavy and labor-intensive meals just don’t make much sense during the summer months.
With Cinco De Mayo coming up, I thought it would be fun to share my family’s favorite homemade guacamole recipe! In Texas we have our pick of great Mexican Food restaurants, and my family eats a lot of guacamole. Like, a LOT. Of all the guacamole we eat, we like this recipe the best! It’s aClick to Continue »
This recipe is brought to you by a batch of Valentines cookies. Last month, on the eve of the school Valentines party, I was way behind on starting dinner and hadn’t even started mixing ingredients for the sugar cookies I had signed up to bring to the 10am party the next morning. Fortunately, I had already madeClick to Continue »
Welcome to Soup-landia, otherwise known as February! Actually, I live in Houston, and we’ve only dipped into the 30s a few times this winter, which I know sounds like a dream to some of you (Check back with me in August and I’ll be living on popsicles and wishing for a taste of the weatherClick to Continue »
It’s that time of year when most of us are getting back on track with planning, purchasing, and preparing healthy foods (three cheers for us!). At our house, that means aiming for more smoothies, more salads, and more vegetables at the dinner table. But I have a confession to make. Even after all the effortClick to Continue »
I hope all of you enjoyed a restful and worshipful Christmas last week just as my family did! We had a wonderful time celebrating Christ’s birth and visiting family and friends. But, for us, the week after Christmas is also a treasured time of relaxing and enjoying time together. My husband is home from workClick to Continue »