Every year I try to make small goals that help my family in our real food journey. This year, one of my goals is to use my freezer more. So far, I’ve done two official freezer cooking sessions under my belt (9 breakfasts in one hour and 10 dump dinners in one hour) AND I’mClick to Continue »
I’m just over two months into this “freezer cooking” commitment for 2019 and I have to say that so far- THIS. IS. AWESOME! I absolutely LOVE opening the freezer to find beans and rice, already prepared for dinner. I LOVE sitting down to make a meal plan and writing down a meal that I putClick to Continue »
There is one thing that tends to eat up our grocery budgets more than anything else. Can you guess what it is? Convenience. Choosing to pay for almond milk (instead of making homemade almond milk) or yogurt (instead of homemade yogurt) or even tortillas (instead of homemade tortillas) can eat up a lot of yourClick to Continue »
One of my goals for 2019 is to include more freezer cooking, and so far, I think I’m on the right track! I did a freezer cooking day in January, LIVE on Facebook, making TEN different breakfasts in just over one hour (you can watch the replay here and download the exact cooking plan IClick to Continue »
One of my goals for this year is to do more freezer cooking. I started to be more intentional with it when the school year started – making double batches of blender chocolate waffles or extra peanut butter chocolate chip muffins – and I’ve REALLY reaped the rewards from it! But I want to takeClick to Continue »
Cauliflower rice has been popular for quite some time, but it wasn’t until I learned how easy it was to make your own cauliflower rice that I fully embraced it. I mean, why in the world would I pay $2.50 for a small bag of cauliflower rice – knowing FULL WELL that I’d need 2-3Click to Continue »
One of the keys to saving money is to use the food you already have. That’s why I shared these 15 ideas for vanilla extract substitute. It’s also why I shared these 14 easy baking hacks. And it’s also why I’m sharing with you today 15 ways to substitute for eggs.
Have you seen the cost of vanilla extract lately? The last time I saw vanilla at Costco, it was $27 for 16 ounces of vanilla… say WHAT?!?! The combination of natural disasters and a vanilla bean shortage means prices are higher than they used to be, but the amount of baking and cooking that we realClick to Continue »