Oh my gosh you guys, I think I might have fallen in love with granola. When Renee shared this granola recipe, I was practically drooling on my keyboard. She reminded me of two very important things: 1) how much I love the flavors of cranberry and orange 2) how much I miss the convenience of a bowl of cereal.
There are two main attractions to every sleepover: dinner and breakfast. Growing up, you were the cool kid if your parents ordered pizza for you and your friends. You were even cooler if your mom made something awesome for breakfast, like bacon, pancakes or waffles.
When I was a kid, we would spend Christmas break at my grandparents in Chicago. Part of the tradition was coffee cake from a local Polish deli. There aren’t many Polish deli’s in Texas you know. Now as adults 20+ years later, my sister and I still talk about that coffee cake. This might sound strange, but thatClick to Continue »
Fall is officially here. Well, at least Labor Day has past, school is in full session, apple orchards are beginning to open up their doors and local apples are showing up at farmer’s markets. So in my mind, it is fall. And I LOVE this season!
Out here in the flip-slop wearin’ wild West we’re on week 4 of this new adventure called “back to school” and I think I might be getting the hang of it. Maybe. I mean, the kids are (mostly) clean and dressed everyday. And we’ve sorta got a handle on homework. And we know what happensClick to Continue »
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 »
Sha-blam! I have figured out the trick to crunchy granola CLUSTERS. That’s what I shared on Instagram and Facebook last week after discovering the two-part secret process (and secret ingredients!) to making homemade granola clusters. What you didn’t see though is the BEAMING SMILE on my face behind the camera. First, I mastered the art ofClick to Continue »
I remember eating instant oatmeal almost every morning growing up. My favorite flavor was maple brown sugar. If the dark brown packages were gone, I’d choose cinnamon and spice next. It was a special occasion if we had any of the fruit and cream ones (I’d choose blueberry). I’d gently rip open a package (after learning theClick to Continue »