You guys! I am so excited to share this new Easy Strawberry Lemonade recipe with you today! It is incredibly tasty, refreshing and filled with fruit! This recipe also marks the start of my new cookbook, Kids in the Kitchen!!! Now, I’ve never written a book and I’m really not sure how this will all […]
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This post is sponsored by Hebrew National. I can’t believe summer is coming to a close and fall is just around the corner. My kiddo will be starting her last year of preschool and simple weeknight dinners are ahead. One of my go-to side dishes for fall is pasta salad. I often make a pasta […]
I realize its only May but it really feels like summer in San Diego! It was so warm this week that we decided it was time for some tasty lemonade… but I also had limes so we made Summertime Limeonade! I love getting my toddler involved in cooking so she helped “mix” the juice. We […]
I found a great recipe for crispy thin big chocolate chip cookies. Delicious!!! I came across a great page on Pinterest explaining the Science of Chocolate Chip Cookies. Fab! I followed her recipe for thin and chewy chocolate chip cookies – Except – I did not wait an hour. (I couldn’t wait to try them). […]
So… I might sound a little crazy, but Monti from Master Chef is following me!!!! This is super exciting to me. Monti and Christine were my favorite contestants on Master Chef this year. I love food and cooking and these ladies sure know how to make it look good. After I got this email this […]
Yes! A peanut butter cup cupcake recipe that is Easy, TASTY and Non-Dairy! I found a simple white cake recipe from All Recipes and adjusted it accordingly. Brace yourself people! This thing will melt in your mouth 🙂 Ingredients for cupcake 1 cup white sugar 1/2 cup non-dairy butter 2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract […]
Recipe: 1 can of white beans (I used northern white beans) 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 clove of garlic 2 tablespoons of cilantro 1/4 cup of chicken broth Salt and pepper Pulse in magic blender to desired consistency. PS: my measurements are approximate.