I am way, way too excited about this foolproof way to make sure everyone gets their fair share of fruit in every single glass of sangria. Bonus: this method is perfect for parties (it doesn’t get much easier for the host or hostess). Double bonus: it’s freakin’ delicious, of course, because it’s sangria. In a jar!More
Where has skillet lasagna been all my life?
Oh. It’s been right there, all along? If only I’d opened my eyes? Well, I guess I have to admit that sounds about right. I spend my time being blissfully oblivious a little more often than I should.
But thankfully, I’m oblivious-no-more when it comes to skillet lasagna. Only blissful.More
I love pancakes. A little too much, probably. They’re easy, my toddler will eat them, they lend themselves to all kinds of delicious fruity mix-ins, and, when you’re really going for it, you can soak them with rich butter and sinfully-sweet pure maple syrup.
Oh, but hey! These have bananas. So these fluffy banana pancakes are totally healthy.More
This is two of, like, the best foodstuffs in the world. Together. Nachos. Pizza. Nachos and pizza.
Yep. Pizza nachos. Where oh where have you been all my life, friend?!More
I’ve had this recipe up my sleeve for a little while now, so I’m super excited to finally share it.
Homemade granola has been a favorite thing of mine for ages, but I’d never really ventured into making homemade granola bars until I started whipping up these bad boys. Why, oh why did I wait so long? Rhetorical question – I’m not really sure. But I am definitely happy I finally started.More
When I was pregnant with our daughter, grilled cheese sandwiches were one of the few foods I could stomach. My guy would dutifully break out the electric griddle and, just about a half hour later, emerge from the kitchen with an ooey, gooey, toasty square of pure bliss.More
If the quantity of photos I include in my posts indicates how much I love a recipe, then you can see that I really, really, really love this recipe.
I try not to go overboard on the photos – I usually include just a couple for each recipe – but I had to share four for this one. And really they’re not all that different from one another. And I wanted to include many more.More
In our house, one of the biggest stresses of late is our teething toddler who often refuses to eat what we put in front of her. She suspiciously eyes her sunflower butter sandwich, her carrot sticks, her banana slices, her organic grapes, her whole-wheat pancakes … and then tosses the bite-sized pieces, one-by-one, to the hovering (and, incidentally, very happy) dogs.More