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Recipe: Easiest Vegan Cheese

With my Year of Nothing New Challenge just around the corner, my thoughtful husband bought me the most perfect early birthday present:  A refurbished food processor.  Up until this point, I always made Vegan Nut Cheeses in my blender.  The poor machine would smoke and whine, and the cheeses always came out a little grainy.  Vegan cheese is super easy to make as long as you have a decent food processor, and I am so…


Added by Meghan Throckmorton on October 27, 2016 at 9:23pm — No Comments

How to make Chamomile Tea from Fresh Flowers

Chamomile Tea is refreshing and healthy herbal tea. When it comes to selecting best way to prepare any herbal tea it, nothing can be as healthy as making it from fresh ingredients. Well in few cases we use the dried ingredients as they are not produced in home garden.

How to Make Fresh Chamomile Tea in just 5 mins?…


Added by Sapana Vibhandik on July 13, 2016 at 1:01am — No Comments

Oven Baked Bacon


Who doesn’t like bacon? Right?…


Added by Tasha Giacometto on April 12, 2016 at 9:53pm — No Comments

Tried It Tuesday: Easy, Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies

I have a pretty great husband. I do. Not only is he a Godly man who loves me and the boys and works diligently to take care of us, he is my number one fan in everything I do. He helps…


Added by Kishona Lape on April 12, 2016 at 11:00am — No Comments

These Easter Bunny Butt Cupcakes are so cute and fun for Easter. They look just like an upside down bunny diving through grass. Or perhaps the bunny was so eager to dive in [get it? ;) ], to get to t…

These Easter Bunny Butt Cupcakes are so cute and fun for Easter. They look just like an upside down bunny diving through grass. Or perhaps the bunny was so eager to dive in [get it? ;) ], to get to the delicious cupcake core?

And these Easter Bunny Butt cupcakes are a fun edible craft idea to try out with your kids this Easter.

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Added by Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking on March 25, 2016 at 6:52pm — No Comments

Kid-Approved Meals - Banana Roll-Up's

Kids love these. This is a fun take on a pb and banana sandwich. They are quick and easy to make.


1 Banana

1 Whole Wheat or Multi Grain Tortilla

2 Tbsp Almond Butter (Any type will do – Nut, Seed or Wow Butter)

1 tsp honey (optional)

Take the…


Added by Words of a Mom on March 18, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments

Lidia-Inspired One Pot Chicken

I opened Lidia Bastianich’s “Mastering the Art of Italian Cooking” (which is the most incredible Italian cookbook I’ve ever owned), and I was ready to prepare one of her chicken dishes. Instead, a few of her recipes inspired me to try something of my own with a few of the ingredients I have in my fridge.  The result…


Added by Lauren Spagnoletti on February 22, 2016 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Whole Wheat Cheeseburger Pie

This recipe is an old favorite in the Betty Crocker Cookbook. My family and I have loved this for years. It was one of the first dinners that I made for my new husband, almost 8 years ago, and we have been cooking it at least once a month ever since. In the last year or so, I have been really trying to make my food a bit more “clean” and unprocessed. What I have changed about good ole Betty Crocker is making homemade whole wheat baking mix. You can find the recipe at …


Added by Samantha Roberts on February 18, 2016 at 8:29pm — No Comments

My Favorite Morning Smoothie Recipe

my favorite morning smoothie recipe

I love smoothies! Who doesn't? I love how quick, tasty, and convenient they are. There are some days I could probably sustain myself solely on fruity smoothie goodness (whether it be my super tight schedule or just because I crave them), but, this is not entirely healthy. In fact, you'd be surprised to find out how… Continue

Added by Karla Gibbs on February 18, 2016 at 11:05am — No Comments

Tutorial THURSDAY! Whole Wheat Flax Bread


Even though I am going gluten free for Lent, I needed to share this recipe for my Tutorial Tuesday! I had wanted to make my own whole wheat bread last week to eat with the following day's dinner, but I am not a fan of having to sit and wait...and wait...and wait for my breads to rise. I also wanted to make some whole wheat bread since I had a large opened bag that I needed to start using up and we had been eating so much of the white stuff the past week. I went online and… Continue

Added by Karla Gibbs on February 11, 2016 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Favorite Make-Ahead Meals

For once, our freezer is stocked. I still feel like it's not enough, but I have no room for anymore stuff, so I guess it will have to do! I've been making a few extra meals each week for the last few weeks to stock up on meals for when the baby comes. I've learned that anytime I make a casserole, to just make two of them and freeze the other one. It really doesn't take anymore time and saves me from cooking a meal on another day. It's so handy that I will continue to do it from now on to…


Added by Ashley Sieker on February 8, 2016 at 12:05pm — No Comments

Recipe: Lemon Dill Salmon Salad Recipe


1 pouch, 2.6 oz. StarKist® Salmon Creations®, Lemon Dill

2 cups mixed baby greens

¼ cup garbanzo beans…


Added by Mom Bloggers Club on February 3, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments

Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies

One day, about week or so ago, when my hubby came home from work, he said, “Guess what I had at work today?”

Since his office tends to order food in for the employees quite often, it could have been pretty much anything, so of course, I didn’t know.



Added by Kishona Lape on February 2, 2016 at 9:31am — No Comments

quick & easy burbon pumpkin pie


It was Thanksgiving Day and all of my homemade pumpkin soup and pumpkin puree I had so tirelessly prepped during the week and froze cracked, broke, and poured into my tiny freezer. I was preparing dinner entirely by myself for the first time since Terry was volunteering at the homeless shelter, so fter a few choice words on my list of horrible experiences involving pretty much all of my recent experiences with Ball quart jars, I was forced to resort to the quick and easy…


Added by Karla Gibbs on December 8, 2015 at 9:24am — No Comments

How to Make Salted Caramel Cream

When the weather gets cold and blustery, there is something truly special about a cup of delicious hot chocolate to warm you up, and when I want to make it an extra special treat, I stir in a generous splash of homemade salted caramel…

Added by Kishona Lape on December 4, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments

The Legacy in an Apple Pie Recipe

A Delicious, Easy Apple Pie Recipe, Four Generations in the Making



Added by Kishona Lape on November 30, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments

Why You Should Make & Can Your Own Applesauce


When starting off canning, a lot of people like to jump right into jams and jellies when there is something much easier and much more versatile to get your feet wet with: applesause.

Fall is such a wonderful time for apples. The orchards are plentiful and nothing beats the fresh aroma of cooked apples: whether it be a pie, a bread, a jam or a sauce. In addition, apples are economically reasonable, especially if you are lucky enough to have a pick-your-own orchard or a… Continue

Added by Karla Gibbs on November 19, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments

Easy Homemade Pumpkin Soup & Seeds


Throughout the entire month of October, Eamon had been "collecting" pumpkins and lining them up in sweet little spots throughout the house, occasionally trying to roll the largest one through the rest in an effort to reenact Linus and Lucy picking their carving pumpkin at the beginning of "The Great Pumpkin" Charlie Brown special. There were large ones, small ones, white ones,…


Added by Karla Gibbs on November 18, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments

Simple Spinach Soup!

spinach soup header

I was on the hunt this weekend for a spinach soup that was hearty but not creamy and not full of noodles or other grain. We have been trying to cut back on the grain intake again and I had already had my share of creamy soups during the week (lots of pumpkin and creamy potato leek). Plus, we had purchased a big bag of spinach at the market last Sunday and it…


Added by Karla Gibbs on November 17, 2015 at 9:14am — 1 Comment

Apple Pie Jam!

It's hard to believe that I have been canning now for two years. I began water bath canning as a way to teach myself to be more self reliant and to learn the art form of preservation that decades ago was the only way to keep our families nourished during the winter months. It wasn't really until the time of the second World War that tin canned good became the way of life. Form then on women were encouraged to purchase canned vegetables and meats from the ever growing grocery…


Added by Karla Gibbs on November 16, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments

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