If you are from the South then I don’t need to introduce you to this southern food staple. But if you’re not.... then let me tell you how yummy this green leaf can be if cooked just right.
I’ve been working on trying to reduce the amount of preservatives I’ve been putting in my body on a daily basis. This Organic Ranch Dip Recipe is a healthy alternative to the One in the packet that is loaded with preservatives and ingredients I can’t even pronounce.
This recipe is so yummy and great to serve on a Saturday morning for breakfast or as an after school snack.
I used Cinnamon but in the Fall I will use pumpkin pie spice instead. Either way it is delicious.
Sharing this easy and delicious recipe for toasted pecan and cranberry bark. It is great to bring to a party or to give as gifts for Christmas. It only has three simple ingredients and taste so good!
Todd and I rarely buy for each other at Christmas... however we do like to stuff each other’s stockings with some of our favorite things. Here are a few things I love to find in my stocking Christmas morning:
2 cups all purpose flour (my favorite is White Lily)
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons of cocoa powder
2 cups sugar
If you are looking for something delicious to bring to a Christmas Dinner party, look no further! This salad will be one of the first things to go and everyone will be begging for the recipe!
Here are some tips on how to decorate a tree on a budget .
We started our Scandinavian themed Christmas off with an awesome adult drink called Glogg. This hot beverage is commonly served this time of year in the Nordic countries. It is made with lots of alcohol and some amazing spices. Todd and his buddies loved it. In fact, I have already had to make two batches. I’ve included the recipe I used below in case you want to make some for yourselves!