It can be a challenge to come up with Advent Calendar ideas that don’t include candy- but I’m here again this year with new, fun, family-friendly options!
My cheesy kale quiche is worth trying on even your most reluctant eaters. Serve on its own for breakfast or as a side with your lunch or dinner.
Follow my tips and everyone at your holiday gathering will gobble up the goodies on your holiday appetizer platter. Also makes a great potluck dish!
Kick your potatoes up a notch and wow guests with this yummy duchess potatoes recipe. Make ahead and bake when you are ready. Easy-peasy!
This easy butternut squash salad is hearty enough to enjoy for dinner, but also makes a great real food lunch leftover! Try it on your next meatless Monday.
Once you make roasted bell peppers at home, the sky’s the limit for how to use them! It’s hard to go wrong with these 5 easy ideas you can try this week.
This Chicken Pesto Pizza recipe was a huge hit with my family. And you can’t beat the gluten-free dough option. A winner!
A refreshing grapefruit avocado salad would make a welcome addition to your Thanksgiving spread. Or grill some shrimp and you have a tasty lunch!
Using an online meal planner such as this one from Plan to Eat can help you plan ahead, become more organized and save you money!
Leftover food doesn’t have to be boring! In fact, I usually make my lunch with leftovers that I’ve reinvented the next day.
These maple almond shortbread cookies would be a perfect “first” recipe for an older child to make all on their own – just think how proud they’d be!
Naturally occurring sugar – like the sugar in fruit, is a real food we should consume. Current nutrition labels make identifying “added sugars” challenging.
My Greek Chicken Lemonato recipe is a yummy and easy one-dish meal. My kids loved it on the first try and went back for seconds!
Younger kids shouldn’t have all the fun! I pulled together 10 activities to make your teen Halloween party a blast …without involving too much junk food.
The Grove Collaborative subscription service allows me to get all my favorite non-toxic household and personal products shipped to my door!
By using a new technique, I’ve discovered how to make the fluffiest and flakiest whole-wheat biscuits. My kids can’t get enough!
Cut out processed food without breaking the bank! My 10 real food budget substitutions will help you stay on budget without sacrificing delicious recipes.
I took a classic pizza combo – sausage, bell pepper and mushrooms – and switched it up with a super easy crust that is D-lish! Wait till you see the secret ingredient…
My tasty Braised Chicken Marsala recipe is restaurant-quality, yet you can throw it together in no time at all on a busy weeknight!
Frozen school lunch sandwiches make healthy packed lunches a breeze! Follow my rules to freeze and defrost and you’ll be all set for the week!
I used 3 tricks to make this Shortcut Chicken Pot Pie just as wholesome as the original but faster. Now my family can have it more often…score!
My family was literally scraping every last bit of the remaining braised pork sauce from the pan and pouring it over their mashed potatoes…so good!
I thought it would be fun to come up with some new variations of overnight oats since my older daughter LOVES them to eat them. Apple pie was her favorite!
Learn how to prepare make-ahead dinners for one week (or more!) and even have extras in the freezer with our free Make-Ahead Meal Plan Challenge.
If you don’t know how to get your kids to eat healthy foods, here are 10 solid tips to help with picky eaters!
I know some readers love to look at these healthy school lunch ideas with their kids so they can point out what they want (and what they’ll actually eat)!
Here’s a weeknight meal that can be thrown together with very little effort, but this Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner is no slouch when it comes to being healthy!
When it comes to school snacks and lunches, we hope for the least amount of processing. Here are some of the best store bought goodies we could find. There is also a Yumbox giveaway!
Obviously what you eat matters quite a bit, but so does how much you eat. Today I’m going to share the 6 stages of hunger along with my thoughts about each and what to do as you experience each one.
Don’t waste any more time in the cosmetic isle getting overwhelmed by thousands of choices and being unsure of what is best. This will shed light on what to avoid when it comes to your skin.
I’ve got another installment of simple, healthy food swaps to share with you today. I hope these ideas make things a little bit easier for you.
I’ve struggled in the past with ice melting in our cooler and leaking questionable “yuckiness” into our food, so how could I not love the idea of a cooler without ice!
I have an exciting announcement about a little project our family has been working on behind the scenes for the past year. And by “little,” what I really mean is “tiny” – we’ve built a Tiny House on Wheels to use in the mountains!
This Braised Asian Meatballs and Cabbage dinner is the epitome of quick. You can pull it together in just 15 or 20 minutes with only a handful of dirty dishes left for you when you’re done.
Summer break is halfway over, which means there’s still plenty of time for fun outdoors! We’ve been packing lots of snacks and these are some favorites.
Blue Apron makes it easy for the whole family to be involved with the cooking and, at the same time, for your kids to learn how to cook.