Summer may be almost over, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop having BBQ’s. Think about it – there are tailgating parties, late-summer BBQs and pool parties and back-to-school bashes. Better yet, it can be a random Thursday night where you’re just craving a some tasty grilled chicken. Here is a delicious recipe that
Don’t you just love freshly made salsa? The tanginess of the lime. Mmm. It’s good. I recently created a peach salsa recipe for onlinelabels.com. Find the complete recipe here. I make this recipe when I go to pool parties or BBQs. It’s always a big hit. I sometimes add mangoes or pineapples to the salsa.
My family has been avoiding gluten for a little over a year now for my son. His health and even behavior has improved greatly because it. I can’t expect him to be on this diet alone, so I’m on the gluten free ride with him. I altered this gluten free brownie recipe that I found on
Next time you entertain this summer, whether it’s for the Fourth of July or a pool party, these Watermelon-Strawberry Mojito Smoothies are sure to cool off your guests. Ingredients: Mint Lime juice Watermelon Strawberries Water Directions: The amount of each is up to you and your taste. I just throw it all in my nifty
This year for Mother’s Day I thought I’d treat my mom to some pampering and made her three DIY all-natural body scrubs . (Even though I’m an adult, she still takes care of me and everyone else in our family.) I prepared three different kinds of scrubs for her: 1. Oatmeal and Coffee Scrub 2.
Peeps + sushi = cuteness overload. I recently created these for Parent and Child magazine’s website: scholastic.com. Click here to get a complete how-to.
When Kai gets home from school, he is ravenous! I can’t get food into him fast enough. The other day I surprised him with a quick and easy snack with three ingredients that he LOVES. Ingredients you’ll need: Almond Butter (or any type of nut butter) Chocolate Chips Apples Here’s how you do it: Step
In my house, pancakes are a weekend staple. Either Saturday or Sunday morning (or both!), I make them. Each time I pull one off of the griddle, Kai pops it in his mouth. I can’t flip them fast enough. Occasionally, I’ll pull out the sprinkles and we have a little “just because” party – and yes, dancing is
As class mom, I wanted to send Kai to school with something healthy and spirited for Halloween. These little pumpkin treats did the trick. All I did was peel a bunch of tangerines, which took about 10 minutes. Then cut tiny strips of celery and placed them on the top of the tangerine. So easy