If I tell you there is a delicious, fluffy completely addicting cooking that has NO SUGAR would you try it? Because these applesauce cookies are just that. Sweet, moist full of flavor and chocolate perfect cookies without any sugar.My kids ate them so quickly! They had NO IDEA these cookies were different than others. Let me show you how fun and simple they are to make. Applesauce Cookies Let us start with the Applesauce. I used some homemade applesauce that I made just that week in . . .
When it comes to school lunches - sandwiches can get really boring, really fast. So we came up with four non-sandwich school lunches ideas that your child will be delighted to eat at lunch time. And these definitely will not get old quickly.I grew up eating hot lunch at school, but it seems that school cooked lunch is just not what it used to be. I always send my son a home packed lunch. That way I know that he is getting good, quality ingredients, and I feel I can do it more . . .
Lime popsicles are 100 percent a weakness for me. Add coconut and I'm a goner! You'll be eating these coconut lime popsicles allll summer long.While some of our other popsicles and smoothie pops are healthy and totally edible for breakfast (like these peaches and cream popsicle or this triple berry popsicle) this one is definitly a dessert popsicle. Although, you cannot deny it has some really good ingredients.How to make Coconut Lime Cream Popsicles The Limes I love to juice my . . .
Close your eyes and imagine: raspberry, blueberry and blackberry ice cold popsicle with a hint of lime and mint topped with a crunch of sugar. Can you feel the cool sweet/tartness in your mouth? I give you, berry popsicles with a mojito twist. (insert amazed face emoji here)EVERYONE loves berries. kids, adults, picky eaters, foodies- you cannot go wrong with this berry popsicles. Especially during the hottest months! But in all reality these are health so you can eat for . . .
Caprese salad is one of the most popular, craved and loved salad out there! How can you not love it. Garden tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and fresh basil. Add some sea salt and any other additional salts you desire and its perfecto.We have restaurant here in southern California that is rather popular, Roma Cucina. Even on a Tuesday night the line to get in was out the door. One of my favorite things to order there is their cypress salad. It's so simple, but so delicious and bursting with . . .
I first tried this lemon basil hummus at a baby shower. While there were several delicious dips and appetizers as the night went on guess what the guest kept going back for? This hummus!! Its smooth, creamy, tangy and full of freshness!Lemon Basil Hummus IngredientsBASIL- you are going to need a lot of basil. I recommend buying a whole plant, or if you have a Trader Joes they carry a huge pack of basil at an amazing price. PINE NUTS- pesto is combination of basil, oil, spices and . . .
I have typically fixed up a protein smoothie for breakfast. They are quick, easy and packed with good stuff. This peach cobbler smoothie has become one of our most popular smoothie recipes. I love it every morning! It is my go-to and I'm full until lunch. Pour it in a cup, drop the kids to school, and off to errands.The Peaches I always love to use peaches that are extra sweet so that my flavor is incredible. If you can during peach season buy extra wash and slice, then freeze in a single . . .
Years ago my friend brought this sweet salsa recipe over for book club. We loved it so much it became a regular appetizer for book club, parties and even just for snacking. This sweet salsa is light yet filling, savory and sweet healthy and delicious. All the good things.It's quite easy to make. All it takes it a little chopping, stirring and its seriously done. How to make Sweet Salsa Sweet salsa is a blend of fresh fruit, a few herbs and beans. I like to start by draining and rinse my . . .
A few year ago my husband and I took an adult only getaway to Las Vegas. My mom graciously flew out from Utah to spend some one on one time with our son and to let us have a mini-vacation. Before I left she whipped up this chewy trail mix for our drive out to Vegas. Lots Of Good For You Ingredients This mix is full of things that are super good for you, so you don't feel guilty chowing down on it! Almonds, cranberries, and lots of fiber! I was skeptical with ingredients like Kashi Go . . .
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 . . .
A veggie tray is a classic pot luck item, and today I wanted to share how I've been serving my veggie trays for the last several years. I'm also sharing a fresh homemade dill dip to replace that yucky bottled ranch dressing that often accompanies a vegetable tray.Individually Portioned Dill Dip If you saw my recent 7 layer dip post, you'll notice a theme with the individual portioned servings. I have found this method of serving dips to crowds to be an enormous hit! It is so convenient . . .
My husband, Jim, grew up in a town in northern San Diego called Fallbrook. The town is known for its amazing avocado groves. They claim the title of "The Avocado Capitol of the Country." They even have an avocado festival there each year. So -people that grew up there probably know a thing or two about guacamole. :)Jim's brother, Bob, makes this guacamole and it's awesome! My kids call him "Uncle Bob" and are completely smitten with him. After all - he plays trains and cars with . . .