When winter hits in Minnesota, we don’t hibernate. I love a good pajama and hot chocolate day, but we’d never survive winter if we didn’t regularly find fun activities throughout the season. Parents know that to survive winter with kids in the Twin Cities, you must find things to do! Here are 25 fun ways to survive winter with kids in the Twin Cities.
Super easy Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese cupcakes baked right in your oven for a simple family meal everyone will love.
This Pumpkin lasagna is easy to make and filled with all the great flavors of fall. Stuffed with cheese, spinach, pumpkin, chicken sausage and creamy alfredo.
5 simple snacks and school lunch ideas that use fresh fruits and vegetables that are nut-free, gluten-free and vegetarian.
Easy creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup with simple ingredients.
Simple strawberry bacon jam, sweet and savory and perfect for burgers or serving with an appetizer or as a sauce.
Peanut Butter Burgers packed with sweet peanuts and creamy peanut butter and topped with Strawberry Bacon Jam.
A simple, kid-friendly version of the classic Patty Melt served on Tater Tot Waffles.
Tater Tot Waffles recipe makes a savory waffle perfect for a burger, grilled cheese or eggs. Only three ingredients and made on your waffle iron.
Start a new family activity and spark a love of gardening in your children with these 5 Easy Ways to Garden with Your Kids.
Rainbow Pancakes is a simple and fun recipe you can make with your kids.
One of my very favorite comfort foods, Monster Cookies have it all-chocolate chips, oatmeal, peanut butter and rainbow candies.
My Pursuit of Caramel Apples Every fall I go to Kowalski’s (sometimes a couple times in the fall) and buy their caramel apples and packages of Halloween mix. Seriously? What is in those candy pumpkins that come with candy corns and peanuts?!? Anyhow. I love caramel apples. Orchard, grocery store variety, whatever. I love them. … Continue reading
Super easy and creamy Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese made with frozen squash and loved by kids. This is one of our family’s very favorite recipes. Seriously, you do not need boxed mac and cheese with this recipe! This is a creamy and cheesy mac and cheese that is a super quick weeknight meal. Not … Continue reading
Simple Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese made on the stove or baked in the oven. When I made you this very special Corn Mac and Cheese and you went wild for it. I loved all the emails you sent me saying how it was a part of your holiday meal. You guys really know how … Continue reading