Recently, Miss Ava and I hosted a playdate at the house. I always love to cook for people, especially when they are in my home. And when little kids are involved…snack time is never far away. So Ava and I whipped up these adorable mini banana nut muffins.
Back in February, Miss Ava made the move to her new big girl bedroom! Big bed, curtains, a big closet and more room for books and toys, oh boy!!
Today’s recipe is a fantastic twist on a classic kid meal. Sloppy Joes. Remember sloppy joes? Did the lunch lady at school ever schlop sloppy joes onto your plate at school? Well, eat your heart out lunch lady because these sloppy joes are delicious and nutritious!
Alright, if you haven’t noticed by now….I REALLY like cookies! BUT I also prefer to keep my heart pumping properly and minimize the growth rate of my bum. You know what I’m saying!?! Today I have a recipe for some delicious and healthy cookies that sneak in some veggies. This recipe is perfect for the wee ones in your life!
CANDY!!!! Let’s talk about candy, shall we!?! It’s artificially colored, full of sugar or high fructose corn syrup, and all kinds of nonsense. Now don’t get me wrong….I was once a kid, and even in recent years, I’ve been known to enjoy some good ol’ candy. BUT I’m happy to report that I have a new favorite candy. The best part is that it’s made out of a vegetable!! Yes, it’s happening!
Let’s talk about pasta night. Specifically. lasagna. Yes, lasagna is easy; it feeds a crowd and it doesn’t require too many brain cells. But check out this adorable spin on lasagna. Thanks to Pinterest, I saw a picture of this but it didn’t lead to a recipe. So here is my take on Lasagna rolls.
Does anyone else feel like they are spending about a half a million dollars at the grocery story every month!?! Alright, that’s a slight exaggeration, but still! It seems like some of the most basic stuff that isn’t pumped full of GMO’s and junk processed food is getting more and more expensive everyday. I guess that means it’s time to go back to the basics. I’m talking beans, people!
WOW! Can you tell that a pregnant chick is writing this blog now? The last three posts have all been about cookies!!! Well, this recipe is probably the healthiest of the three. These chocolate sandwich cookies taste super indulgent but have no sugar! SCORE!!
Have you ever made a cookie in a waffle iron? Well, I had never tried this. Several years ago we visited family in North Dakota. I had the most delicious cookies up there. I asked for the recipe and OH MY!!!! No wonder it was so delicious!! Ever since I’ve always wanted to make cookies in a waffle iron but maybe just a bit more healthy.
Hi Friends! Today I’m talking about cookies. These cookies are kinda sorta on the healthy side based on the saturated fat content. Only 2 tbsp of butter. BUT lets be honest here – these cookies have a good dose of sugar. The other day I was having a major craving for oatmeal cookies and these hit the spot perfectly! Super easy to make and delicious!