Is there really any dinner option that is more comforting, EASY and just totally succulent and delicious than a savory pot roast? It's pretty much guaranteed that when you tell someone there's a roast cooking that they will go, Ohh! Yum! I have a slow cooker pot roast recipe that I've made..Read More
Every time I’m asked to bring a dish to a party, I tend to think big. Like, which layer cake should I make? But sometimes it’s the simple dishes that go best on a potluck table! A super yummy bowl of coleslaw is the perfect party food because it is SO easy to make and it tastes great on a plate..Read More
Raise your hand if you're a veggie-lover! I tell my boys that my parents were lucky because, well, I was just a good kid (several years excluded), but I have also always loved vegetables. I can remember craving Brussels sprouts and gorging on broccoli sprinkled with sea salt as a kid.Read More
Do you ever wonder who made the discovery that carrots and baked goods taste delicious together? I mean, carrots aren’t the most flavorful things in the world. Unless they’re drenched in Ranch dressing. But when thrown into some cake batter? YUM. Carrot cake is one of my favorite cakes on the planet..Read More
A few years ago I did something that would be any child's worst nightmare: I hosted a salad party. Now that is my idea of a good time, people. I mean, salads are just so versatile and delicious. They can be sweet, savory, crunchy, exotic, fruity, leafy and sooo much more.Read More
Remember the freezer meals party I hosted just over a week ago? One of the perks of hosting was having tons of leftover veggies after all of the meals had been made and friends had departed. I had carrots, onions, mushrooms..Read More
I made this easy roasted chicken a few days ago and was so excited about the ease to yum ratio. Usually when something doesn't take much time it's assumed that it lacks flavor, but not in this case. You cannot go wrong with this one-pan meal. Who doesn’t love one-pan meals?!Read More
If our lives had a title right now it would be The Walls Are Closing In. School snacks, backpacks, stacks of papers and piles of laundry litter our RV. There are many signs letting us know this mobile chapter of our lives is coming to a close.Read More
Combining carrots and apples doesn't seem like an intuitive combination to put together to create a muffin, but they create amazing texture, they're moist and super delicious! I'm ready to dive into preparing them for my family and you!Read More
I hope all of you mothers had a fabulous day yesterday! I got spoiled. My boys let me sleep in and I was awakened by the two cutest smiley faces on the planet. That was followed by breafast in bed and a tickling session. It was a day to remember!Read More
Summer is on the horizon. The weather has been gorgeous and the boys and I have been spending as much time outside as possible. We are solidifying fun summer plans, which include another potential cross-country road trip, lots of swimming, time at the dropzone and other fun adventures. I love summer.Read More
The little boys and I survived our 2,800-mile Kentucky/North Carolina road trip. We packed many smiles, tears and memories into 13 days. One of the greatest gifts I feel I can give to my precious boys is introducing them to ADVENTURE. I love adventure and I want them to seek it, always.Read More
Lately I have been chipping away at my to-make list of comfort foods. I've been wanting to make something along these lines for so long. It was super easy to make this Chicken Pot Pie Casserole. It is comforting, delicious and low calorie!Read More
Deliciously fresh, there isn't any harshness in the flavors, and just about anything dipped into it tastes fabulous!
I have yet to find a hummus recipe that rivals Sabre's Roasted Pine Nut Hummus. YUM, that is some seriously good stuff. My three-year-old is addicted to it, as am I. I could spread it on pickled beets and find myself saying, "MMMmmmmm!" Ok, nevermind, that is a lie. I hate beets.
In my quest to find that one, true, perfect hummus recipe, I have come across a few that are very tasty. This is one of them. The thing I love about this recipe is that it tastes deliciously fresh.
There isn't any harshness in the flavors, and just about anything dipped into it (no beets!) tastes fabulous.
Garnish with carrot strips and/or lemon peel and serve with assorted dippers, such as pita wedges, crackers, cucumbers, carrots, celery and BOOM! DELICIOUSNESS!
If you find a hummus recipe that rivals the roasted pine nut version from the grocery store, will you let me know? Until then check out my version of Edamame Hummus.