We enjoy coconut rice so much, it’s nearly a staple in our house! It adds so much more flavor to all of our Asian dishes, a must-have on taco night and considering it’s almost too easy to make, there’s no excuse why you shouldn’t try it yourself! This is a simple, easy and delicious recipe for coconutClick to Continue »
Oh. Yeah. Baby. THAT is called easy peasy deliciousness. Ok, maybe that’s not the technical term, but it sure describes it pretty well! THAT my folks is what I call Greek Couscous. A few months ago I found a recipe on Allrecipes.com for Greek orzo pasta, but I didn’t have many of the ingredients that theClick to Continue »
How was everyone’s Easter? Ours was FABULOUS – lots of good food, lots of laughs, lots of jelly beans… it couldn’t have been better. For this month, I’ve got a few tried and true recipes, including our favorite Man Bread. As usual, I’ve worked this around our schedule which isn’t so normal this go-around (that’s life,Click to Continue »
I plan to have one of my good friends over for breakfast and coffee today in celebration of her birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARIA! I’m making my all-time favorite pastry: cranberry orange scones. She wasn’t available for consultation when it came down to figuring out what to make for breakfast. Besides, even if she hated cranberry orangeClick to Continue »
This post contains affiliate links. Me: Morning guys! Would you like cookies for breakfast? Kids: (in unison) YEAH! (give hugs to Mommy) Oh yes, I did offer healthy cookies to my kids for breakfast. For those who know me, you shouldn’t be the least surprised. I found this totally awesome recipe from Jessica at GoodClick to Continue »
Making a meal plan is the BEST way to keep your family eating real food on a real budget. After a lot of trial and error, I’ve learned my favorite method of meal planning and it saves me food, time and money! Whether you plan meals for an entire month or plan one week at aClick to Continue »
This post contains affiliate links. I told you about the most-amazing-banana-chocolate-chip-muffins-ever-baked-on-the-face-of-the-earth right here, but in case you run out of bananas (or heaven forbid, chocolate!), I devised a back-up muffin that is just as award-winning to my family as the original. Cranberry Almond Muffins. Plus the variation in fruit gives me a thumbs-up in theClick to Continue »
My kids adore muffins. We make zucchini muffins with apples and carrots in the summer and freeze the raw muffin batter with this method so we an enjoy them after zucchini season is over. When both fresh zucchini and frozen zucchini muffins are long gone, this recipe for banana chocolate chip muffins becomes our staple.