click here to Pin this recipe This recipe is sponsored by DeLallo Lightly tomato-sauced-up orzo baked in a skillet with red peppers, kale, chicken – or chickpeas – and a topping of feta, lemon juice, and fresh dill is something that I am never disappointed to eat on a chilly weeknight in November. In fact,
I’m excited to share a new recipe using eggplant because is it just me, or does it seem most people don’t know what to do with it besides Eggplant Parmesan? I love how eggplant has one of the longest growing seasons out of all our local summer veggies. We can buy it all the way
Heyo! Basic fall-loving internet girl, reporting for duty! How many pictures can a person take of orange and red trees? How many pumpkin spice lattes is too many? How many chicken pot pies is crossing the line? How many chunky sweaters does a person need to own before being considered certifiably obsessed? These are questions
If you haven’t noticed, elderberry is all the rage these days. But, it’s actually been around since before the 12th century, and today it’s often taken as an immune-boosting supplement to treat cold and flu symptoms. In fact, I was first introduced to elderberry syrup a few years ago when I had the flu. To
Today I’m sharing a recipe that’s not exactly real food, although it is made from scratch and only has a small amount of sugar! I’ve been making this flourless chocolate cake for YEARS—every time we have a party it seems—and I love how it can easily be decorated to fit any theme. This past weekend
click here to Pin this recipe These apple muffins are EVERYTHING in my life right now – moist and dense in a good way, perfectly but not overly sweet, and just honestly divine smeared with a little butter and honey. Oh, one other helpful little thing: they’re wholesome. Real-food healthy ingredients. Feel-good for the body.
It’s been a busy school year for us so far, and one thing I’ve been using A LOT lately is my slow cooker! We have several evenings of driving the kids back and forth to activities, but on Thursdays I usually stay and watch my daughter’s game until 8:30/9 PM, so what we need when