With my son still unable to eat eggs, baking has become a serious challenge. While some of my recipe attempts have failed (chewy vegan carrot cake yuck), this one works every time. The kids love these waffles. They are crisp
As you know, our family has been doing a candida cleanse. I have to tell you, I am getting tired of hamburgers. So to mix things up a bit, and get in some healing bone broth, I created this recipe.
I love soup. it is a great way to get in nourishing bone broth and brings comfort. This recipe has been tried and approved of by my family. They highly recommend the addition of tomatillo salsa. Cauliflower and corn chowder
This morning my son asked me what I wanted for Christmas. He did so while snuggling on my lap next to the tree while his sister slept. When she woke up, he got her a blanket and read to her.
Are you still eating leftovers from that big family dinner? If so, I have some ways to reinvent them. For Turkey – Try this soup by Danielle Walker or a grain-free pot pie from Wellness Mama For Cranberry sauce –
Four days on the Washington coast with friends and family. I love spending time in the Olympic National Forest, and this was our first trip to Kalaloch. The kids had a fantastic time playing in the ocean and
New this week is a recipe created on the fly. We have less than two hours between school and soccer practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This has forced me to get creative on those days I forget to plan head. While,
This year’s St. Patrick’s Day dinner is an easy to prepare stew using the Instapot. Thursdays are busy in our household and not conducive to long, slow dinner preparation. The kids have tried this recipe twice now and loved it.
If you have been following me for long, you have probably figured out that cooking is my creative outlet. I love trying new things and tend to view recipes as a guideline rather than strict instructions. While at the Asian
I am a week into my study of joy. Each morning begins by reading a Bible selection that references joy. This is followed by prayer and a notation in my journal about how the passage spoke to me. I still