During the first few weeks after our kiddos joined our family, we were blessed to have people bring us supper multiple times. In a time of major transition it was so helpful to have one less thing on my to-do list. We were able to eat a meal together in our home, but without any… Continue reading Meal Train Ideas for Families: Kid Friendly Recipes
I LOVE mashed potatoes. I've even been known to eat them for breakfast. It's hard to beat made-from-scratch mashed potatoes, but sometimes you just don't have time to do the work those require. I've perfected my 7 minute mashed potatoes using a spruced up version of instant mashed potatoes. If the thought of instant potatoes… Continue reading Perfect Mashed Potatoes in 7 Minutes
This post contains affiliate links – I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links ❤ Having access to fresh, local peaches is definitely my favorite thing about summer in South Carolina. There are so many delicious ways to consume them, but today I'm going to share five of my favorite… Continue reading For The Love of Peaches: Five of My Favorite Peach Recipes
Slow cooker recipes have to meet two criteria for me: 1) they have to be dump and go, and 2) they have to be able to hang out for 8 hours. Working outside my house means most days I can't turn the slow cooker on at lunch time. This one checks both those boxes, plus… Continue reading Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches
When it's hot outside, the last thing I want to do is heat up my house by turning on my oven. Here are 26 oven free meal ideas that you can use to keep your kitchen cool all summer long! Breakfast Strawberry Peach SmoothiesMy Favorite Green SmoothieDecadent Blueberry WafflesSweet and Crunchy Peanut Butter Berry ToastAvocado… Continue reading 26 Oven Free Meal Ideas | Keep Your Kitchen Cool
I love the idea of “intentional kitchening” – where you use food from your kitchen to love and serve others who need a little extra love and care. We think of this most often when someone has a new baby or when the person who does the cooking is off their feet due to surgery or sickness. Here are… Continue reading A Meal To Take To Others: Spanish Style Pork Bowls
We are soup people! I make sure to have soup, stew or chili on the menu at least once a week during cold weather. There's just something so comforting about a bowl of soup! My husband is an even bigger soup fan than I am, and he inspired this blog post. Recently while enjoying a… Continue reading A Week of Soups – 7 of our favorite soup recipes!
This is a super easy recipe - it's basically chicken broth, cooked chicken, egg noodles and some seasonings. The instructions (based on how I make it) are below, but it is not an exact recipe. You can add more or use less of anything to make it suit your preference. The thing that makes this… Continue reading Chicken Noodle Soup: Picky Eater Approved
I love the idea of “intentional kitchening” – where you use food from your kitchen to love and serve others who need a little extra love and care. We think of this most often when someone has a new baby or when the person who does the cooking is off their feet due to surgery or sickness.… Continue reading 3 Meals To Take To Friends (New Baby, Sickness, Just Moved)
You read that correctly - today I'm sharing a pork roast meal that only requires 15 minutes of hands on time! It takes less than 5 ingredients to make the whole meal, and you can find all these items at Aldi. This meal requires only a few minutes of hands on time but delivers lots… Continue reading BBQ Pork Roast in 15 Minutes: You Have To Try This Recipe!