The amount of produce that is wasted in America each year is staggering, which means that millions of dollars in food is wasted each year, both by manufacturers who have surplus crops and homeowners who purchase food that goes bad. But if you’ve got a few brown bananas lying around, bringing them to the local […]
Sharing two of our favorite lunch and snack items today! If you’ve got little people around, check these out!
This is my new favorite smoothie! The boys and I usually having a smoothie with lunch and this has been a hit for the past few weeks. I will say that it tastes different each time, probably depending on how ripe and sweet the peach is…and of course, how much sweetener is added! I find […]
A Red, White and Blue Smoothie for you to enjoy this weekend!
A DELICIOUS breakfast for dinner using spinach from the garden.
Carrie from Pocket Your Dollars shares 2 quick and easy recipes for some delicious summertime treats!
This is the perfect dish to prepare right after breakfast and pop in the fridge. Before dinner, throw it in the oven and dinner’s ready in 30 minutes!
Last week a bowl of fruit inadvertently ended up on my dinner table. It’s been lurking around there ever since. I don’t really have a “winter” centerpiece that I use. Christmas centerpiece has been put away and I just can’t seem to get my spring stuff out yet! So the bowl of fruit it will […]
So I’m doing a little research today. I wanted to see how the really “dry” GF bread would do as “stuffed french toast”…This recipe is gluten free, casien free, and soy free. (I have added in parenthesis the options using milk and wheat bread.) We’ll see how the boys like it for breakfast tomorrow! This […]
Norwegian Rice Pudding Ingredients 8 Eggs ($.56…eggs were on sale last week after the power outage! Thanks Kroger!) 1/4 cup milk ($.05) 1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese ($.15…cheese has been on sale lately! 2 cup water 1 cup rice ($.30) 1 qt. milk ($.75) 1 t salt, nutmeg, vanilla ($.10) (Add raisins if you […]