Get your crew into the spooky spirit with these fun, simple recipes. We’re rounded up our favorite snack, dessert and even cocktail recipes from around the web. We hope they make your holiday just a little more festive—and delicious.
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.
This Pumpkin Turkey Chili from Domestikatedlife is the perfect soul soothing food for a fall evening. Bake you favorite cornbread or crumble crackers and cheese to customize!
This Autumn Carrot & Sweet Potato Soup combines classic fall ingredients in a savory and sweet, healthy meal. Former chef and mom of two, Jennifer Segal, is the blogger behind Once Upon A Chef and author of a book, also called Once Upon a Chef, full of family-friendly recipes like this one.
Kids yoga holds a special place in our heart and we love Joy Bauer’s newest book—her first one for kids—called Yummy Yoga, out October 8. It’s a beautiful collection of eight simple yoga poses paired with super easy, kid-friendly recipes (for instance, a plank pose with a banana smoothie and a forward bend with a fruit kebab). We spoke to Joy about her new book, her own family and more.
Check out one of our new favorite fall recipes! Domestikated Life’s Chicken Apple Skillet.
This meal is so easy and yummy with minimal ingredients and quick to make!
Sheet pan dinner recipes are a busy parent’s best friend. Just chop up a protein and some veggies (which you can do in advance..), add seasoning or a glaze, and roast in the oven. Here are the basic steps you’ll need.
Anyone else feel like they're constantly working to find easy recipes that the whole family will not only eat, but love? Taco Tuesday is always a crowd pleaser, even in Melissa Hartwig Urban's house. We spoke to the Whole30 CEO about her favorite spin on turkey tacos...
Try these delicious Gluten-Free Paleo-Friendly Banana Muffins!
Amy Palanjian takes foods most kids like—like muffins and chicken fingers—and puts her healthy spin on them!