Homemade tomato sauce is a great recipe to teach your kids before they leave home – here’s how!
By popular demand, Amalah shares with us the homemade foods that are most popular with her kids and easiest to make from scratch. First up, transforming sweet potatoes into tots and a delicious side serving of mash.
Brenda modifies her great grandmother’s famous recipe for lemon bread so that it has some extra protein and great taste in it… she adds greek yogurt and blueberries. And turns them into muffins, making them perfect for on the go.
Teaching older kids how to make pancakes from scratch is easier than you think. Here’s our tutorial especially for kids; another recipe that kids should know how to cook before they leave home.
How to make grilled cheese, a recipe kids should know how to cook before leaving home.
The first post in a series on recipes should know before they leave home. First recipe up – omelets!
It’s strawberry-picking season, and that means bonus time with my teens and all my favorite, yummy recipes. Viva la strawberries!
Love dessert, but trying to stay relatively healthy? Here’s three great recipe options to satisfy a sweet tooth without guilt.
I’ve also been able to win over some of those “oh, I don’t like beets” folks with this side/ salad recipe.
Finding a family-pleasing recipe fit for carnivores and vegetarians alike wasn’t easy, but these stuffed peppers are a big hit in my house.
The weather outside calls for steaming bowls of soup to ward off the winter chill. Here’s a few off-the-beaten-path favorites of ours to try.
Drowning in Thanksgiving leftovers, and tired of your standard recipes? Here’s my go-to trio of post-Thanksgiving foods.
Nothing warms up the family on a cold day like a hearty chili, but why stick to the standard? These three recipes are all very different and super delicious.
Want a gluten-free version of the homey chicken casserole creations from your youth, updated to be healthier and more flavorful? Try my veggie-heavy version of Chicken Pot Pie.
You’ll never buy granola bars from the store again, once you see how easy it is to make a delicious and protein-packed version at home, yourself.
Need a looks-fancy-but-it’s-not quick-and-easy dinner packed with veggies and protein? If you’ve got eggs around, you can make a frittata.
Whether you have a reluctant breakfast eater or need a protein-packed grab-it-and-go treat, these breakfast cookies are sure to please the whole family.
Do you miss hearty pancakes now that you’ve gone gluten-free? Make your own mix to always have on hand; this one is our family’s favorite weekend brunch!
Anyone who has tweenage children is not surprised by the mention of Spaghetti Tacos. Chances are your own children have asked you to make this culinary delight. Yep, it’s the equivalent of the kid meal lottery. Read on for the recipe.