I’ve actually been told by a number of people that I need to bag this popcorn and sell it. I decided that making and bagging this popcorn would take to much time and effort, so I’m just going to share my secret recipe with you.
Here’s another easy-peasy one-bowl pasta dish that is kid and hubby approved! Who doesn’t like that? This was showcased on Oprah’s site as a super foods meal.
I was sitting down for breakfast Friday morning and received an email from my friend Carolyn raving about this carrot ginger soup that she had
I know this blog is about family friendly meals but I am also going to introduce you to “mommy” meals. Mommy meals are meals that
Oh Barefoot, how I love your recipes. Your recipes are always simplistic, delicious and comforting. Truly, I do love the Barefoot. Her recipes always come
I use to hate Brussels sprouts, especially ones that were boiled. They were sodden and vaguely buttered and hard to chew. Then I tried them roasted, and I was converted.
This chocolate chip pumpkin bundt bread is one of my kid’s favorite after school snacks! This bundt bread gets requested every fall once school starts, and it’s become a back to school tradition in my house.
I love that I can make soup ahead of time and then re-heat it later for dinner or for lunch throughout the week. Soup is just so uncomplicated, pure and so darn easy to make. Once you make a homemade soup, you will never go back to the canned variety.
Jump to recipe Here’s an easy & simple weeknight winter soup that’s not only kid approved, but vegan and dairy-free, if you omit the parmesan
Jump to recipe Want you kids to get more greens in their diet? Here’s a smoothie recipe that is rated a 10+ in this household,