Learn how to make elderberry gummies in bulk for toddlers, kids and adults alike. It’s so easy and costs 90% less than Walmart, Walgreens, CVS or Kroger!! It feels like eons ago when I made my first batch of elderberry syrup. I made it, LOVED it, and loved how it helped to keep my familyClick to Continue »
My favorite part of Thanksgiving is dessert. More specifically, pumpkin pie. Forget the turkey or the stuffing or the green bean casserole (although those ARE good). If I could somehow make JUST THE FILLING of a pumpkin pie and eat it with a spoon, I’d do it all day long. Lucky for me (and you!),Click to Continue »
Who knew that when I wrote a post asking if you started your day off with a hot cup of plastic, that the world of coffee-loving foodies would be turned upside down. Back then, I was just starting this real food adventure and was shocked to find seriously unhealthy ingredients in something as innocent asClick to Continue »
Two weeks ago I woke up with a hankering for pumpkin – BAD! The #pumpkineverything season is upon us, and I’m fully embracing it. While desserts are usually what I think of when I think of pumpkin (like pumpkin cookies!), you can totally go savory – and that’s exactly what this pumpkin chili does.
Do you ever feel like you need a classic go-to recipe for fall? Something that tastes like fall, smells like fall (like stove-top potpourri!) and makes you wish summer would end early so you wouldn’t look weird making it? Oh yeah, and something that’s fairly easy and straightforward too would be nice. How about pumpkinClick to Continue »
Pop quiz – Name the two most popular ingredients for fall recipes. So easy, right? Pumpkin (duh) and apple. I usually kick off the season with all of our favorite apple recipes – like Apple Pie Cookie Bites, Apple Ring Pancakes, and Apple Crumble Ice Cream – biding my time until the cooler weather arrives and I’m in theClick to Continue »
Can we talk about donuts for a second? I love donuts. I love the taste, how they melt in your mouth and no matter what mood you may be in, there’s always a donut to match. But because they’re not exactly on the “healthy” side of the scale, we don’t eat them. In fact, theClick to Continue »
My love for cranberries extends far beyond the sauce (or chutney or jello mold, depending on where you’re from) you typically find on Thanksgiving tables. I love them in scones, in salads and homemade trail mix. I love them in granola bars, in biscotti and even in potpourri! I’ve been known to buy a bag orClick to Continue »