I know Thanksgiving is all about traditions, but do you ever want to throw traditions out the window and do something else? For example, traditionally speaking, turkey is served at Thanksgiving. Yet, my family doesn’t like turkey… So for all of you who don’t like some of the traditional dishes served at holiday meals, IClick to Continue »
I know that not everyone is a fan of beans. My kids thought beans were gross until I made a batch of black bean brownies. Now, they ask me to make this to share with their classmates on their birthdays! One of my goals as a real foodie parent is to find a way toClick to Continue »
Anytime I share a new zucchini recipe with you guys, I like to share a quick story of how the recipe came about. Like my zucchini bread muffins with apples and carrots. I made these because I was trying to sneak more vegetables into my kids (and husband’s) breakfasts. And the single-serving death by chocolate zucchini mugClick to Continue »
Last week I shared how you can cook a baked potato crazy fast, and today I’m showing you why. Allow me to introduce the amazing, incredible, always a hit and not made nearly often enough, good enough as a side dish and NOT just an appetizer: potato skins. Wait – did she really just sayClick to Continue »
I need to confess: I’m officially late to the potatoes-are-awesome train. Not only are they CRAZY CHEAP in the winter (like 10¢ per pound kind of cheap), but they’re SO versatile and easy to make. You can fry potatoes using the same method in my fried sweet potato recipe, but today I want to talkClick to Continue »
There is a several year gap in my life when I didn’t make mac and cheese because the only way I knew how to make it was from a box, and I had thrown away all the boxes because they were contaminated with hydrogenated oils. Yes, a life without macaroni and cheese is sad. AsClick to Continue »
Ever since I realized you can use a slow cooker to make basic ingredients for meals, like making all-purpose slow cooker chicken for salads or tacos, I love my slow cooker more and more. I’m also finding more ways to use it, like making a big batch of homemade beans in a slow cooker.
Written by Mr. Crumbs Our family has an addiction – to French fries. My daughter and my father-in-law have an addiction to ketchup. Naturally, you can expect this family to go through a lot of potatoes. Which is cool, because potatoes are waaaaay cheap.