Providing yummy AND healthy summer time treats can be a chore. But fear not! Our Orange Yogurt Ice Pops not only taste amazing (kid tested!) but with just four natural ingredients, you can rest easy knowing you are providing your family with nature’s goodness!
Homemade chocolate pudding is better then anything that comes from a box, but getting rich chocolate flavor and a silky smooth texture requires a few secret tricks. Classic pudding recipes tend to be weak in flavor and watery in texture. Cocoa powder can leave an unpleasant gritty texture. But fear
Who says making dinner has to be time consuming and labor intense? With foil packet recipes, it doesn’t have to be! But aren’t foil packet meals for when you go camping? Don’t you make foil packet recipes on the grill? Foil packet recipes are great on camping trips and grilling
Who doesn’t love a good cinnamon roll every once in a while? I know I do! But making individual rolls can be time consuming. What if you could get all the cinnamon roll taste without all of the work? Introducing Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Bread!
The other night, my hubby surprised us all with a dessert that the country kids had never had before. He whipped up some yummy baklava! It was so yummy, the youngest country kid snitch a second piece when no one was looking. So how do you make this yummy creation?
I love cooking from scratch, but some mornings, I need a little help. I just can’t do it all or just don’t want to! Thank goodness for crescent rolls….. They can be used so many ways, for dinner rolls or for a quick treats like these quick and easy cheese
This Hearty Beef and Barley Soup recipe is absolutely delicious, and the perfect meal for a cold, winter day. You can make this recipe easily on the stove-top or in the slow-cooker. Our soup is loaded with chunks of tender meat, aromatic vegetables, and plump grains of barley. A steaming
These light and fluffy scrambled eggs are a snap to make! The recipe is perfect for a big crowd too. Why would you need enough scrambled eggs to feed a big crowed? Ummm, because the littlest country kid’s teacher asked me to bring in scrambled eggs for the class Halloween
For me, the holidays just aren’t the holidays without Chex Mix. I grew up in a family that every Thanksgiving and Christmas, my mother would bless us with the yummy goodness of handful after handful of this stuff. When I became an adult, she would gift me a big zip-lock
Do you ever get in a dinner rut? You know, the same things keep showing up every week. I am so tired of having the same old, same old, so we have been on a mission to come up with new ideas for dinner time. This week’s recipe is Mexican Tater
I am a baker, so why am I making dinner?!?! Because I don’t want to be “just” the baker in the family. To be honest though, meat has always intimidated me, as I don’t eat very much of it. But I have a family and it is about high time
Recently my hubby got to spend the night at the hospital due to an irregular EKG. It was a wake-up call that we are both getting older and we need to start taking even better care of our bodies. And even though we already garden and make a lot of
Recently the littlest country kid turned four. He told me he wanted a farm themed birthday party. I guess he doesn’t get enough of critters on a daily bases around here. I figured I would just make up a cake and pop some plastic animals on top. No such luck.
Before I met my hubby, I had never heard of a Dutch Baby. Having lived in Seattle, my hubby was well aquatinted with this dish. What does Seattle have to do with anything? Well, the history of the Dutch Baby is that it first appeared in Seattle in the mid
I am not a big drinker by anyone’s standards. I maybe, MAYBE have a half dozen drinks a year. I am not a fan of beer, even though hubby brews his own, and I don’t care for a lot of liquors on their own. I also don’t care for mixed