Two times of the day that can be a little hairy at our house are breakfast and after school. The kiddos are hungry and they are looking for whatever isn’t nailed down to eat. If not careful, they will eat their body weight in junk and empty calories. One trick I have is to make sure to have healthy, tasty alternatives ready at hand. One of my secret weapons is a super rich and creamy yogurt with granola and berries ready and handy in the fridge for them to easily grab.
A couple of years ago my husband and I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Paris for a few days. While we were there we fell in love with the street vendors who were selling all types of crepes to the tourists. Totally cliche I know, but I’m telling you they are hard to resist. One of our all time favorites was the banana
I am one of those mom’s who is in LOVE with her slow cooker. I kind of consider myself a rock star when at the end of the day I can pull off an amazing, flavor filled meal without even breaking a sweat. The problem… a lot of slow cooker recipes tend to start blurring together and all of a sudden you are eating the same meal over and over.
With the popularity of red velvet cake continuing to grow, I was thinking the other day… what would red velvet cookies be like? The idea was intriguing but I needed a new spin on the classic cake mix cookie. That’s where the white chocolate chips came in. Truly the combination is DIVINE! The cool creaminess of the white chocolate with the rich and decadent red