A super easy Cheesy Mini Corn Dog Muffins recipe that makes a great weeknight meal, fun school lunch, or game day appetizer.
I was losing me in motherhood. Stranded in motherhood by the monotony of laundry, carpool logistics, and meal planning. Stuck in picking up the toys, refereeing sibling fights and begging them to put on their shoes. Mom. Mom. Mom. I wanted to change my name. I wanted time alone. I was at the point where … Continue reading
The best creamy New England Clam Chowder recipe made with bacon. An easy recipe to make this homemade classic for friends and family.
Five super simple tips for making school lunches creative and easy. These ideas aren’t overwhelming and your kids may even want to help you start packing the lunches.
Use chicken nuggets for this super easy and kid-friendly Baked Chicken Parmesan Slider recipe. Your kids can even make it!
In a decision my husband and I have yet to confirm was a good one, we decided that our children would have their tonsils and adenoids out on the same day this past month. My husband and I both took sick time and were home together to care for our children and took an “all … Continue reading
An easy recipe to make White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies. A buttery shortbread cookie with pops of lemon and cranberry and then dipped in white chocolate.
The 2016 Caribou Coffee holiday drinks are topped by you! Pick your favorite coffee, whip and topping! Try my favorite, the Cozy Candy Cane Hazelnut Mocha. I’ve partnered with Caribou Coffee to share this post. Thank you for supporting the organizations, companies, people and events that I choose to work with, sponsored content grows my blog … Continue reading
This Hot Bourbon Cider Cocktail recipe made with apple cider and Cointreau is the perfect drink for a cozy night or the holidays. This is a sponsored post and contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting the organizations, companies, people and events that I choose to work with, sponsored content grows my blog and supports my family.
We are divided. It is a time of me versus us. The television in our kitchen hummed with the latest polling results. We’ve sat in this kitchen watching presidential debates, Sunday political news coverage and the political commercials. Most of the time, we have to shut it off when the kids walk in the room … Continue reading