Warm up this holiday by creating your own DIY hot cocoa bar. This party idea is perfect for the kids, and includes homemade marshmallows, candy, and more!
This is an oat-lovers must have snack that’s delicious and even dairy-free. Plus, learn how to test for food allergies with Everlywell’s home kits.
Serve this colorful and easy white bean and pesto salad at your next dinner gathering. Plus, find out other delicious ways to use pesto.
It’s time to declutter and get organized with my top kitchen organization ideas. Find out my golden rule and how we manage dishwasher chores, too!
Do your pits a favor and try out a natural deodorant that actually works—and is good for the environment! Plus, a special Primal Pit Paste’s offer.
The best gifts are those that are homemade! Learn how to make these DIY natural candles, using Plant Therapy oils, that look and smell great.
If raisins are your issue with oatmeal cookies, then you have to try this 100% whole-grain version that my daughter whipped up with chocolate chips.
This hearty one-dish dinner will leave you with less to clean up AND leave you full. Packed with veggies, this quick chicken orzo soup is a crowd pleaser.
I’ve reinvented my marinara sauce into a hearty slow cooker beef ragu. Even my sometimes meat-averse daughter loves this one!
Don’t you hate it when you learn a new cost-saving tip that is so incredibly simple and obvious (and helpful!), but you just never thought of it before?
Here’s a flavorful whole-wheat rosemary focaccia bread recipe I made by milling my own grains using the KoMo Classic from Pleasant Hill Grain.
A tasty new way to cook broccoli that will excite your taste buds. This recipe is a perfect side for Thanksgiving dinner that the whole family will love.
Our favorite way to cook and eat eggplant in a delicious, and easy, roasted eggplant “chips” recipe. The whole family will enjoy these “chips!”
This weeknight chestnut and green apple pasta with sage butter was inspired by one of our all-time favorite recipes that I reserve for special occasions.
When we went to Japan, one of my favorite meals was Japanese Curry. Here’s my homemade recipe for this yummy dish with more veggies and less deep frying.
Making your own frozen yogurt at home is super yummy and won’t contain junky or artificial additives like all the popular fro-yo shops out there.
Scones are super easy to make! If you’ve never tried them before, this pumpkin and oat scone recipe is a great place to start.
I’m so excited about this new School Lunch Packing Chart. It has honestly both streamlined and revolutionized our lunch packing process!
This Shawarma chicken recipe from Skinnytaste One & Done is yummy! I recently enjoyed a Shawarma sandwich and was excited to make something similar at home.
It’s much easier to make homemade crepes when you have a yummy filling! This is the first time we’ve tried chicken and spinach crepe rolls for dinner.
Learn what these 10 misleading food labels can mean and how to know what’s really in your food (and how processed it is)!
Determining a food sensitivity can change your life. EverlyWell makes it easy to figure out which foods are causing you issues from the comfort of your home.
Making whole-wheat naan bread was so fun! I found a reliable white flour recipe and made all the right modifications for this to be “real” and still yummy.
My daughter recently had her braces adjusted. On our tour of soft foods, I made this slow cooker meatless chili based on a recipe from my first cookbook.
Does it really matter where your milk comes from and what the dairy cows eat? Learn how grassmilk is different than other options at the store.
I’m sharing my daily lunch packing process that helps keep the school week mostly stress-free in the mornings. I’ve included helpful tips and lunch ideas.
This makeover “from scratch” version of the popular Creamy Ranch Chicken Casserole recipe features no processed ingredients.
Meet the great group of bloggers, friends, and “Cookbook Ambassadors” that helped me spread the word about my newly released cookbook (#3!)
This easy recipe for Weeknight Pork Milanese is a real crowd-pleaser! The leftovers (if you have any!) are great served over salad for lunch the next day.
Pasta salad is easy to make on Sunday and have ready to go in the fridge all week long. Try this twist with red peppers for a tasty way to change things up!
This recipe for stuffed sweet peppers makes the perfect light snack to munch on with friends on a nice summer evening. A tasty way to eat the rainbow!
Adding Italian sausage & pancetta to your next spaghetti dinner is the BEST! You’ll never go back to plain ground beef sauce after trying this easy combo.
Inspired by a recipe my daughters made at cooking camp over the summer, here is a super easy version of pineapple pork tacos you can throw in your slow cooker on a busy weeknight
With both my girls in middle school now there were some strong opinions about what lunch boxes (and bags) they’d be using this year. See what we got!
Have you ever had Mexican street corn? Fresh corn has been so good this summer, and this is a super fun way to serve it up!
Get inspired to pack real food in your child’s lunch box with 5 tips and 3 school lunch ideas from my appearance on our local NBC morning show.