With six more weeks of winter on the horizon, we wanted to offer some tasty recipes that will warm you up. Cinnamon is such a staple flavor during the cold months. Instead of having the usual gingerbread cookies or cinnamon buns, we wanted to highlight some new spins on cinnamon. We found sweet cinnamon recipes and savory cinnamon recipes, so you can have cinnamon from appetizers to dessert! Get ready to spice things up with these fun, innovative dishes.
Everyone loves a good pumpkin spice latte, right? Its rich, earthy flavor with spices like nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves immediately triggers a sense of fall. However, there are so many other ways to use pumpkin. Pumpkin is so versatile because it can be savory or sweet – you could have an entire meal of just pumpkin-based dishes! We combed the web for the most interesting new pumpkin recipes and we’re excited to share them with you!
It’s finally fall. The leaves are changing and the air has that cool, crisp scent. The best part of fall is the variety of flavors that come with it. One of our favorite autumn flavors is apple cider. Apple cider is the perfect blend of refreshing and comforting during the cooler seasons. We scoured the web looking for the most delectable apple cider recipes and we’re very excited (or should we say “excidered“) to share them with you!
When the cooler air finally settles in for the fall, you’ll want to have hearty, seasonal recipes on hand. One of the easiest ways to cook filling, stick-to-your-ribs dishes is with a slow cooker (also called a crockpot). Slow cookers are the ideal cooking tool because you can just set it and forget it. Put the ingredients you need into the slow cooker, turn it on and let the crockpot work its magic. When you get home from work at the end of the day you have a warm, home cooked meal waiting for you. It’s perfect! With these slow cooker recipes, you’ll always have something tasty to eat in the fall.
Are you running out of activities and family outing ideas for the summer? Well, hang in there because their summer vacation isn’t over yet! To finish the summer off strong, we’ve found some simple, yet fun summer crafts for your kids to enjoy. And don’t worry, these summer crafts aren’t too messy!
Now that bathing suit season has arrived, many are looking for healthier meal options to stay slim in the summer. While seeking out healthier alternatives, people often turn to the very trendy, very healthy Paleo Diet. First, we’ll provide a little background on what this diet involves. According to nerdfitness.com, “the Paleo Diet is an effort to eat like we used to eat back in the day…way back in the day. If a caveman couldn’t eat it, neither can you.” Essentially, the Paleo Diet only includes foods that could be hunted/gathered in the prehistoric era. Therefore, this diet cuts out processed foods, like cereal and candy. We’re going to give you a Paleo appetizer, entrée, and dessert so you can have a completely Paleo meal in no time.
Need a dessert in a hurry? Dump cakes are insanely easy to make and perfect when you’re in a rush. First, let’s discuss the name. While “dump cake” may not sound super appetizing, trust us, they are. The name comes from the way you make these treats: dump the ingredients into a pan, mix and bake. These simple desserts are guaranteed to please anyone with a sweet-tooth. Ready, set, dump.
Warmer weather is right around the corner. This means it’s time to break out the grill and get ready for barbecue season! What better way to impress your friends and family than by making your own barbecue sauce. Homemade BBQ sauce adds an extra kick of flavor to your favorite summer dishes. Whether you like sweet, spicy or tangy sauce, we have a recipe for you!
It’s 7:04 am. Your head barely grazed the pillow but here you are — awake again! You’re sitting at the breakfast table watching your daughter cross her arms, put on her biggest pout, and refuse to eat the fruit and yogurt you’ve placed in front of her. You know she should eat healthy foods, but the box of fruity sugar-flakes is whispering your name. She needs to eat something.
Sound familiar? Don’t let the ease of non-nutritious food tempt you. We’re going to help you serve healthy foods that your kids will actually want to eat.
Using local produce in your meals is a way to show support for your state’s farmers and help the small businesses in your community prosper. However, when colder weather starts to settle in it gets harder to stick to seasonal fruits and veggies. Because there are less options to choose from, we’re going to give you some pointers on how to choose the best local produce during winter.