This recipe is: gluten free and dairy free.Read More
We are just as excited as the next momma for the holiday season to be coming to a close, and equally as excited for a fresh, new year. This year we want to do new year’s a little different. We want to take the time to reflect and recover from (even celebrate what we accomplished) this previous year. So, we are tabling the whole resolution thing.
For the past two weeks - AKA the beginning of 2019, we’e been focusing on ways where we can RECOVER in this new year instead of bust our booties trying to “improve” ourselves. We want mamas to be kind to themselves and take some time to #simplyrecoverthisyear.Read More
I love a good charcuterie board or snack tray. It is one of the easiest and best ways to feed a big crowd. It is easy because it doesn’t actually require any cooking which is totally awesome! People love charcuterie boards it is a conversation starter, and it creates a way for everyone to come togetherRead More
If you know me at all you know that I love, love my sheet pan. In fact it is my favorite way to make a simple dinner for my family. It is also my most used kitchen anything… other than my french press. You heard that right… I know it should be a crockpot, but it isn’t. I love being able to throw everything on one pan, into the oven, and serve. Not tending to a dinner over the stove top or shredding up chicken saves me so much time.Read More
Basically, our kids need three things. fat, protein, and carbohydrates. Vegetables are the (healthy) carbohydrates in our diet. Vegetables also have tons of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. There are plenty of these that we can only find in vegetables. These vitamins are essential for things like eyesight, wound healing, and immune support.Read More