Thanksgiving Roundup 2015!
In case you need some last minute inspiration, we got you covered! Below you will find some new and old Thanksgiving favorites of ours. Enjoy! Tips and Tricks: Thanksgiving Prep and Meal Planner Recipes: Grain-Free Easy Thanksgiving Side Dish Paleo Thanksgiving Sausage & “Cornbread” Stuffing Pumpkin Spice Trail Mix Thanksgiving Breakfast: Crockpot Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal […]Continue reading
Grain-Free, Easy Thanksgiving Side Dish!
Well, here we are again. Fall is in full swing and Thanksgiving is a few weeks away. I am gearing up to make my first Thanksgiving dinner, as I have somehow eluded this act all of my adult life. I have done side dishes and assisted, but not the whole dinner. Thus, as I found […]Continue reading
Thanksgiving Dinner Meal Prep! Free Printable Meal Planner!
Eric and I are hosting Thanksgiving this year for the first time. Last year I did the majority of the cooking but I had my mom and sister by my side. This year my Mom’s health hasn’t been as strong lately so she won’t be able to help as much. Luckily though, I filmed us […]Continue reading
Paleo Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Pudding
Before switching to Paleo, one of my go-to breakfasts was oatmeal. I would eat it with chopped up bananas or fresh berries and be all set, for a couple hours that is. While it may have been a fairly healthy breakfast compared to the standard American diet, I ended up being hungry and having to […]Continue reading
Best foods for your toddler on Thanksgiving!
With Thanksgiving this week I would imagine you’ve got enough on your plate with meal prep, travel and maybe even some Black Friday shopping. The last thing you want to think about is, “What am I going to feed my picky toddler?” Have no fear, we have some tips for getting them to eat what […]Continue reading
Thanksgiving Breakfast: Crockpot Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
Thanksgivings is dinner is often a fun, memorable, and spent with loved ones. While the actual meal always seems to be over in a flash, the preparation can be time-consuming and a little crazy. One way to avoid this feeling of craziness is to make sure that you are eating throughout the day, starting with […]Continue reading
Traditional Irish Soda Bread for St. Patrick’s Day
Every year for St. Paddy’s Day, I try to channel my Irish roots and make one of my husbands and I’s favorite Irish dishes, Corn Beef and Cabbage. If you’ve made it before, you know there tends to be plenty of juice/sauce for dipping bread and butter into and that’s where Irish soda bread comes […]Continue reading