As a kid, it was a big deal in the spring when we had those early crops of peas and new potatoes from our garden. When I got older, my mom taught me how to make creamed peas. This creamed peas recipe is not quite the same as my mom’s as I have made tweaks over the years.
It’s taken me years of practice to figure out how to make hard boiled eggs that peel easily every time.
I am not crazy enough to believe that I am the only one who knows how to hard boil eggs. But I do know I have struggled over the years with eggs that don’t peel easily and the egg white comes apart with the shell. I now have a system for boiling eggs that works great every time.
If you are like I was and could use some tips to make hard boiled eggs that peel easily every time, this is for you.
This cranberry walnut muffin recipe is so easy even your kids can make these muffins with just a few basic kitchen skills.
These cranberry walnut muffins are naturally sweetened with honey and applesauce. Add in cinnamon and dried cranberries and you have a delicious flavor combination. I also enjoy the crunch that comes from adding the walnuts. Yum!
I am going to show you my real grocery shopping list. In fact, you can even save it and edit it to use as a template for your own grocery shopping list.
My grocery shopping got so much easier when I took the time to inventory what food we had in our pantry, refrigerator, and freezer. Then I used that information to compile a list of all the food we regularly have on hand and put that into a spreadsheet, which is now my actual grocery shopping list that I use each week.
This healthy tuna noodle casserole is an easy and quick meal idea. Since this tuna casserole recipe doesn’t use mayonnaise or canned soups, it’s a healthier option for your family.
This is one of those recipes that works great when you haven’t even thought about dinner until an hour before dinner time. It only takes 30 minutes to bake and all the prep work can be done while the noodles are cooking on the stove. [Read more…]
Now that I have completed my first Whole30, I am ready to share my own Whole30 story, what I learned, and what I plan to do going forward.
I strictly followed the Whole30 program for 30 days. That means I eliminated all sweeteners, dairy, grains, and legumes for 30 days. I did not even lick my fingers or a spoon if I was making something for the rest of my family that I wasn’t supposed eat. That was a big challenge for me!