Need a quick snack for your kids they will LOVE! You can even hide veggies in healthy smoothies for toddlers (and everyone else) and they won’t even know.
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Avocados are delicious and when you add the zing of lime to this zesty avocado chopped salad, it will make your taste buds sing!
Do you need a new menu for dinner that isn’t super difficult but the whole family will love? I make tuna casserole for my daycare kids and they love it!
You can save a ton of money and time buying one whole chicken and making it into three wonderful leftover chicken meals. It’s easier than you think.
Buying whole chickens is much more economical than just getting boneless skinless chicken breast. Whole chickens have a better variety of meat and nutrition available as well. Making delicious meals from leftover chicken is super easy.
I don’t know about you but I love a party! Would you love to have some fun kids party drinks to serve that aren’t full of artificial colors and flavors?
I don’t drink alcohol but I love having a fun party drink to serve. I have done a lot of different things over the years, but I love the idea of making fruit punch from real food ingredients. There are a thousand recipes for fruit punch but most of them have cool-aid or soda or some other ingredient that I like to avoid in my diet and my kid’s diets.
You can make a ton of meals with leftover pork roast. Cook it once, and it’s so versatile and yummy, you can make unlimited dinners with one pork roast.
Using leftover pork roast recipes are a huge time saver and money saver. Leftovers are a lifesaver for a busy family! The price of the roast depends on where you live, but it’s one of the most economical meats you can get.
I got this 6-pound roast for about $11 here in Oklahoma. I buy pork shoulder, butt roast, or picnic roast. Whichever kind is on sale, and they all turn out great.
These soft pumpkin cookies are bomb. You can make them with homemade pumpkin puree or used canned, but you’re going to be asking for more.
I love using pumpkins with my kids and decorating with them, but I HATE wasting food. I don’t like buying them and not using them. We roast our pumpkins and make our own homemade pumpkin puree. Then I freeze it in the freezer in 2 cup portions so it’s ready for recipes.
This homemade hot pocket recipe with ham and cheese is a kid-pleaser. You can make it in bulk and freeze it for several meals to save a ton of time.
I use the pioneer woman’s pizza crust recipe for this because it’s perfect every time. She knows what’s up! Click here for the dough recipe.
My daycare kids LOVE my world famous green beans. We had a ton of green beans coming out of the garden and were eating them as fast as we could. We came up with this super yummy fresh green beans recipe.
A few years ago, when I had some older boys enrolled in care, they would ask me to cook this green bean recipe all the time. I would make them as soon as we could get enough green beans from the garden. They dubbed them world famous and who am I to argue with that. Pre-teen boys know where it’s at! It’s comfort food.
Wanna make THE BEST cabbage recipe ever? Check this out. If you think you don’t like cabbage, I bet if you tried this you would change your mind. It’s super easy to grow in fall or spring.