Creamy Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup

Soup season is here and I don’t know about you, but anything we can throw in a crockpot and forget about until dinner time is a win in our book! Here’s another great recipe from our friend Erin at Pure Fitness. We tried this the other night and it was DELICIOUS!! Creamy Crockpot Chicken Tortilla ... Read More

Recipe: Tomato Pie

Much like chili is to winter, tomato pie is to summer. We had a family cook out (in the rain) last weekend and decided to make the most  of some tasty tomatoes we had picked up at our local Farmer’s Market. Here’s the recipe we teased on our Instagram it was a hands down winner ... Read More

Recipe: Loaded Burger Bowls

Ok.. So we got this recipe from our friend Erin over at Pure Fitness and it is AH-Mazing. It pretty much tastes like a Big Mac in a bowl, without the bread. I had really high hopes for this dish when I saw it and was afraid there was no way it would match my ... Read More

5 Healthy Home-Learning Snack/Lunch Ideas to Boost Brain Power

By now, many parents and kids have accepted our role in distance or hybrid learning at least for the short-term. Having nutritious ready-made foods in the fridge will increase the amount of time (and focus/energy) students have to learn from home– not to mention, alleviate some of the stress parents have to deal with by ... Read More

Easy Peasy Afternoon Snack Ideas

When the kids get home from school they are like ravenous wolves. Usually they just grab any unhealthy thing they can find but this year I decided to work a little harder for them and make sure they have a healthy, filling treat when they get home. Here are the recipes for some of our ... Read More

Red, White, and Blue Snack Cups for the 4th of July

If you’re looking for a fun little craft to do with the tiny human this 4th of July, try these cute (and functional) snack cups. If you’re headed out to watch the fireworks, these will be great for everyone to have their own personal snack of choice. They’re super simple to make and you might ... Read More

Animal Face Toast

Here’s a cute way to add some fun to your breakfast or lunch. What you’ll need: Sandwich Bread Banana Strawberries Blueberries Nutella/Peanut/favorite nut butter (your choice about 1 Tbsp per slice) Marshmallow fluff/Whipped Cream Cheese What you’ll do: The Fox: Use nut butter, cream cheese/fluff, strawberries, blueberries and banana. The Owl: Use whipped cream cheese/fluff, ... Read More

6 Ways to Decorate Eggs, Without The Dye

Did you know there are some great options for decorating eggs that don’t involve messy dye kits? Get ready to raid your craft supplies and check out some of these cute ideas we found around the web! Tissue Paper Eggs: We love the look of these eggs and how the tissue paper turns the eggs ... Read More

Scrap Paper Easter Egg Cards

If you’re looking for a cute and easy Easter Project to do with the kiddos, give this a try. These would be great to mail to loved ones this week! Being that I have a room full of supplies from past (and failed) crafting attempts, we actually had everything we needed on hand to make ... Read More

St Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Bites

St Patrick’s Day is just about a week away.. Here’s a tasty treat you can try with your little Leprechauns! What You’ll Need: Pretzels (twists or squares) White Chocolate Melting Wafers Rolos Green M&M’s Sprinkles (optional) What You’ll Do: Preheat oven to 200 degrees Top pretzel with 1 Rolo Bake for 3-4 Minutes, just log ... Read More