No-Bake Peanut Butter Rice Krispies Cookies
Get kids helping out in the kitchen with this great starter recipe. Serve these tasty treats cool and sliced into squares.From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
A Rainbow of Healthy Homemade Gummy Snacks
Most of us busy parents are on the look out for new ways to squeeze extra nutrition into our growing kids. Around here, we love using our juicer and enjoying fresh fruit and veggie juice, but it's not really something you can grab-and-go (well you can.. but not without cleaning out a clogged-up juicer later on in the day). Fruit and veggie gummies are our latest solution for getting good nutrition in small, portable doses. Not only are the fruits and veggies filled with vitamins, minerals…
Healthy Strawberry Oat Squares | Sally's Baking Addiction
These healthy snack bars are so easy to make! Wholesome, gluten-free, no butter, no oil, and made with 100% good for you ingredients.
Baked Chocolate Glazed Donuts - Taste Love and Nourish
These Baked Chocolate Glazed Donuts are so chocolatey, moist and delicious! You'd never know they were baked! These are the best I've made!
Paleo Carrot Cake Muffins (grain-free, gluten-free) - Texanerin Baking
This healthier carrot cake is grain-free, gluten-free and has a dairy-free option! Honey and maple sweetened.
Being A Woman of the Word
This short poem will inspire you. You may want to put it in your Bible as a reminder of what it means to be a "woman of the Word." #BibleLoveNotes #Bible
5 Minute Easy Homemade Ketchup (keto, sugar-free) Whole New Mom
With this Easy Homemade Ketchup Recipe you can ditch the HCFS, loads of sugar, and suspicious "natural flavors" of the store bought brands.
Apple Oatmeal Muffins
Delicious, without a lot of sugar, this simple Apple Oatmeal Muffins recipe is both mom and kid-approved. With oats, apple, and walnuts, there's satisfying nutrients too.
How to Cook Grains: A FREE Printable! - Natural Green Mom
How do you store your grains in your pantry? I tend to buy my grains in bags or out of the bulk bins at the grocery store. Once the bag is open, I’ve found I can have a hot mess unless I put my grains in jars. Look how tiny that millet is. A simple...Read More