As the holidays have come and gone, many of us may have indulged a bit. All the shopping, running around, family time and parties will do that to you. If you do participate in “Dry January,” it doesn’t mean you need to miss out on sipping on some delicious drinks though. Here are 5 delicious mocktail recipes to inspire you through the month.
We know that hosting for the holidays can be a bit stressful. Whether you’re hosting a party in your home or helping a friend or family member prepare for their gathering, there’s a lot of work to do. To minimize the stress that comes with cooking and feeding all of your guests, we have listed a few one-pan dinners that are easy, quick and require the minimum amount of dishes. Your guests are sure to love them!
We have the perfect treat for you to bake this season. These yummy pumpkin muffins are great to make even year-round. Try it out for yourself in just a few simple steps!
Whether you’re celebrating holidays that involve family feasts or you’re having your family over for dinner, it can sometimes be a challenge to figure out what to feed everyone! Some ingredients can be tough to find in stores and you may have dietary restrictions you need to think about before preparing a menu. Whatever the case, we’ve got some ideas for the best side dishes to use with the produce that’s in season right now.
This dish is so cozy, easy to make, vegan & gluten-free! It takes some time to prep, but only a few minutes to cook up. This is such a cozy Sunday meal!
We all know the feeling of scrambling every morning to pack something for lunch, so we tend to grab whatever is quick and easy. Then when lunchtime approaches, after we’ve eaten everything we packed, we often find ourselves still hungry and unsatisfied. To avoid that from happening, we’re sharing some quick and hearty lunch ideas that are easy to make and bound to fill you up!
We have the most delicious treat that you can either have for breakfast or as a snack throughout the day. We think you’ll love this strawberry ricotta toast recipe. Try it out for yourself, it only takes a few minutes!
As the back-to-school season is here again, we have to start incorporating our children’s routines into ours again. That means school drop-offs, pick-ups, and packing lunches! It can sometimes be difficult to plan meals that your children will eat and actually enjoy, and preparing them every night or morning can be time-consuming.
Can you believe summer’s practically over?! Us either. With school back in session, it is now time to get back into our usual routines and busy schedules. To minimize stress and maximize your time in a fast-paced environment, it is great to have easy school lunch ideas. These school lunch ideas take almost no time and require simple ingredients that you likely already have on-hand.
In honor of World Plant Milk Day taking place on August 22, we want to share this recipe on – you guessed it – how to make your own nut milk. This recipe takes less than 10 minutes to make and we think you’ll love it. Try it out for yourself in just a few simple steps!