When I was a newly wed, my husband emailed me a recipe titled "The Best Chicken You'll Ever Eat". It was a recipe for baked honey mustard chicken. Sadly, I turned my nose up at the recipe and never made it. I've since expanded my taste bud repertoire and enjoy a larger variety of flavors. That emailed recipe, that has been long lost, was my inspiration for this instant pot recipe. BRIANNAS Dijon Honey Mustard The base for this recipe is BRIANNAS Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing. I am no . . .
We're addicted to these pressure cooker seasoned red potatoes in our house. For several reasons- They're delicious. They are done SO FAST without heating up the whole kitchen. Friends ask my all the time how I come up with content, recipes and ideas for our blog. This specific recipe ended up being one of those recipes that was invented by accident. I love potatoes! In just about every way shape and form. I especially love them as a side for dinner. They are versatile and . . .
I first ate these soft, fluffy, garlic bread sticks with a steaming hot bowl of beef stew. Just thinking of the dinner at Ashlees house warms my heart. Why does comfort food do that to you? The smell of homemade bread, chicken noodle soup, mac n cheese....you can help but become nostalgic. A testament to how powerful food can be in our lives right? SO, while my bread sticks are rising right now, I am going to share this recipe with you. These bread sticks are simple and fast. I love to . . .
We make school lunch 9 months out of the year at our house x 3 kids. My oldest is now in 6th grade, so to say the least I've figured out a few tips. I can't wait to share them with you! My biggest tip has got to be: TEACH YOU CHILDREN TO PACK THEIR LUNCH I know this is on of those things where we say to ourselves "it's just so much easier and faster to do it myself." That may be true, but how many more years do you want to keep doing this? How will your children learn to do it the . . .
I don't know about you but my kids love go-gurt. You know - the yogurt that comes in a tube that can be eaten without a spoon? They are perfect for school lunches, but I have an even better option for you! Make your own! Skip the artificial colors and flavors and whip up some homemade go-gurt in minutes. Zipsicle Pouches I saw these pouches on Amazon last year and knew they would be so much fun. They are great for these homemade yogurts, but they are also great for homemade otter . . .
I grew up on homemade jam. Freezer jam, canned jam. Strawberry, raspberry, apricot, peach. It was a wonderful part of my childhood and one I couldn't let my kids not experience also. Making homemade jam is one of my favorite things to do for them. I also love doing it because its so much better for my kids. I know EXACTLY whats going into their little growing bodies. It's not full of processed or preservatives. Freezer jam consists of 3 things. Fresh fruit, sugar (a preservative) and pectin . . .
Now that most everyone has started school - it's time to talk school lunch! I grew up eating hot school lunch and I loved it! But school lunch just isn't what it used to be. I feel I can send a more nutritious, and more cost effective lunch with my little boy. When it comes to lunches - there are some must have supplies to get the job done! Today I've compiled a list of items that will make your lunch packing quick and easy. The image below is clickable - so if you're interested in one of . . .
LABOR DAY SALE!! This weekend we are selling our Farmers Market tote for only $14.99 + FREE Shipping!! CLICK HERE FOR SHOP This large bag is very durable, practical and perfect for every busy mom and shopper. For errands, church, shopping, beach trips, pool days, picnics and play dates. We're always carrying a million things. Jute totes have become a staple in my home. They can hold up against the worst of it, but they're never lined, never have pocket and the handles often break!! So we . . .
These creamy baked chicken taquitos are a staple in our house. We LOVE them. I love how easy it is, how fresh it is, how I always seem to have the ingredients around so when I'm in a pinch or dumbfounded as to what to make for dinner I have this as a backup. The kids not only help eat it but love to help make them. It's full of tender chicken, a little bit of cream cheese, spices and a little more cheese. With a crunchy, crispy, salty crust. Creamy Chicken Taquito Filling There are several . . .
I first had a taste of this zesty meatball pita years ago. I had a little 4 month old baby, I had a friend next door with a 4 month old baby too. We were both trying to finish up our last semesters of college and often we would switch babysitting during each other's classes. Kelly was a creative cook. It was because of Kelly and Ginny (my other neighbor...and wouldn't you know Jenna was also a neighbor who happens to be a fabulous cook!) that I really started branching out on my foods, became . . .