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1 inexpensive and So-Cute Montessori work, and 3 Easter egg decorating methods (2 awesome ones and one that sucked).
I don’t find much better than roasted veggies. We steam a lot because it’s quick and easy (and then I add butter after everything is cooked) but pan- roasting is almost as quick. And the depth of flavor can’t be beat!
This salad is so simple with the Love Beets beets infused with white wine vinegar and balsamic vinegar. The beets are so flavorful I didn’t even need to add my own vinegar for the dressing. The beets were enough!
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I made these slightly-chewy rainbowy snack “drops” for my kiddos using nothing but fruits, veggies, coconut butter, my trusty vitamix 750 (have I mentioned it yet? No? I LOVE it.), and my fantabulous Excalibur dehydrator. Got veggies? Got a blender? Got a dehydrator (or possibly an oven on low temp, but I haven’t tried that)?
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dollar General for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Guess what, everyone! I'm a Dollar General blog ambassador now. Remember the Huggies series I did last year, where Huggies sponsored several posts on parenting and pregnancy topics, but basically let me "do my thing"?
While in one of my pinning frenzies, I came across this recipe for (Olive Garden copycat) Zuppa Toscana in a crock pot. It looked darned good to me, and also like something that I could double without much effort, AND freeze successfully. I wasn’t 100% sure about freezing it because of the potatoes (which
If I did a freezer recipe every week for Freezer Friday, my freezer would be packed full in no time. Sooo… sometimes I'll be doing a “How did it freeze?” update, or other freezer-related posts. This is something I've sort of made before. This is the recipe. But this time I added lots of extra
A couple of weeks ago, I bought a bunch of apples and whipped up some Cinnamon Applesauce. I didn't use any “established” recipe, but how can you go wrong with something so simple? All applesauce is is cooked apples, mushed up or blended, really. I filled my crock pot with apples, peeled (because they're not
Traveling with two kids two and under is definitely a challenge. Here are some things I learned or observed during my trip. I wrote these on the way to South Carolina, and I’m editing to add a bit of return-trip wisdom. 1)Snack Attack I planned ahead and packed a cooler-lunchbox full of healthy snacks for