With appetizers, sides, desserts and a salad, I’m here to share ten ideas of what you can bring to all your holiday pot luck gatherings in the coming weeks.
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These cookies would be great as an after-school snack, a throw-in for the lunchbox, or even doubled up for a different on-the-go breakfast. And by doubling up, I mean that you may want two. Why not?!
I’ve got a yummy little snack to have on hand while you’ve got guests in town (or will be traveling) this week … Maple Pecan Bars! These won’t last long.
We all have go-to recipes we turn to on busy nights when we don’t have time to cook. Or nights when we just don’t feel like cooking. This Easy Mexican Chicken is one of ours.
This recipe for Wild Mushroom and Brussels Sprouts Quesadillas is such a perfect one-dish healthy meal for fall! And if you’re feeling up to it, double the recipe because the leftovers make a pretty awesome lunch.
I’ve got a super easy new recipe to share with you today … Vegetarian Slow Cooker Black Bean Tacos! This simple and tasty dish is from my friend Gina’s new Skinnytaste Fast and Slow cookbook.
If you’d like to gift adorable little Homemade Vanilla Extract bottles this holiday season, now is the time to start so it will be ready by December.
Now that I have three kids, I have less time to cook than ever before. That’s why this Slow Cooker Mexican Lasagna was born! Clean up is a snap, too.
When it comes to figuring out how to cut processed food, the most important piece of advice I can give you is this: don’t overthink, just start. So today I’m sharing some quick and easy ways to do just that.
Thankfully there is a “real” alternative to dryer sheets with artificial fragrances, and in this month’s sponsored post I’m excited to share this laundry trick with you – wool dryer balls!
When I first set this Roasted Veggie and Ricotta Pizza down for dinner, my 9-year-old was not so sure, but she was hungry and even surprised herself with how much she liked it served this way!