This simple balsamic white bean dip was a huge hit at our team potluck this year. Easy to make in your food processor and allergy-friendly! Win, win!
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.
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.
A refreshing grapefruit avocado salad would make a welcome addition to your Thanksgiving spread. Or grill some shrimp and you have a tasty lunch!
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!
By using a new technique, I’ve discovered how to make the fluffiest and flakiest whole-wheat biscuits. My kids can’t get enough!
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!
Our guest author loves southwestern flavors and her vegetarian sweet potato and black bean enchiladas are super simple to make, satisfying and big on flavor.
For a fabulous family breakfast, brunch, dessert, or (dare I say it?) snack, you can’t beat this phenomenal French toast. My family and I have been battering up with this baby for years, and it is a huge hit with everyone we serve it to.
Do you ever find yourself making excuses for why you can’t eat healthy? Maybe you feel like you don’t have enough time. Or that your family is too picky. Or that it’s too expensive. As a working mom with two kids, I’ve been there. I know how challenging it can be to consistently prepare meals that are fast, healthy, taste good, and fit into your budget.