Two things we’re loving right now—food boards and salads. This quick weekday board is not only a delicious option for your family, but will leave you with a few days of leftovers for lunch!
This adorable treat can do double duty as a fun holiday activity and a delicious Easter breakfast. And while you can certainly make yours from scratch, store bought is perfectly fine (and convenient!). Tap in to see how incredibly easy these are to put together!
One of the easiest ways to load up on all the good stuff—vitamins, fiber, protein, and antioxidants—is to blend them into a smoothie. Check out this yummy blueberry version that adds a simple yet unexpected ingredient you’ll never even know is there!
Now that Halloween is over, you’re probably already thinking of ways to get the candy out the house. There are lots of good places to donate, from shelters to dentists’ offices to the military, but we stumbled upon this smart idea from The Baker Mama and wanted to share it.
This go-to fall cocktail is perfect for entertaining—an easy mulled wine perfect for sharing with neighbors anytime this Fall or for enjoying by the fire pit with friends.
Cookies for breakfast? Why not, when they’re free of added sugars and filled with fiber and protein-rich almond flour.
These Portobello Mushroom Pizzas are a kid-friendly choice for meatless Monday, and a great way to get kids to eat more veggies any day of the week.
We rounded up some of the best spiked frozen drinks, popsicles and other desserts. Check out what we found here.
There’s a time and place for cooking an elaborate meal, and it’s not during the week. Check out this super easy weeknight meal.
All you need for a plant based Taco Tuesday!
Easy no-cook recipe that is bursting with spring flavors? Yes, please!
As we spend more time at home doing our part to slow the spread of coronavirus, many of us are cooking regularly—for stress relief, because restaurants may be closing, and because, well, we’re home. Here are 12 delicious pantry recipes you’ll want to keeping making well after coronavirus is behind us.
Meatballs are one of those go-to meals that every mom needs in her tool bag. Not only do kids love than as much as adults, but they can be customized to everyone’s preference and dietary restrictions. This Whole 30-approved version comes straight from Whole 30 founder Melissa Urban.
If your family likes to celebrate holidays from morning till night, you’ll love starting your Valentine’s Day with this filling (and pink!) strawberry smoothie bowl from Tabitha Blue, a Tampa, Florida-based mom of four who pens the popular Fresh Mommy Blog.
2019 brought us a fair share of innovative food trends – we saw cauliflower chicken tenders, plant-based varieties of jerky and CBD infused food and drinks. So what can you expect to see next? Here are 6 trends you should expect to find in your grocery store in 2020.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t always have to be about sweets. Don’t get me wrong, I love making all of the fun sweet treats for my family on Valentine’s Day. But thought I would try a healthy version of chocolate covered strawberries. What’s the secret you ask? Chocolate hummus of course! Try this sweet yet healthy Valentine’s Day board for the whole family!
This freezable dough uses up your Halloween candy, and you’re ready for any last minute bake sale request from school – win-win!
This recipe is fast, healthy and delicious—aka something you just might add to your weekly rotation.
We have some serious mac ‘n cheese connoisseurs in our house-anyone else? If you’re like us, you’re always looking to boost the nutrition in this dinnertime staple. We’ve been known to stir in peas, chopped spinach, and even pureed butternut squash. When we saw this gourmet pesto-infused version from @twopeasandpod we knew we had to try it!
What’s better than homemade pancakes on a fall weekend? This easy recipe, a family favorite of Megan Sullivan, co-founder of The Local Moms Network.