Finally, a sourdough recipe that doesn’t involve any resting time or kneading!
A simple spice mix that can be made in bulk to make taco night even easier. No more seasoning packets needed!
Here is a no-fuss way to make hard boiled eggs that peel so easy!
Here is a quicker way to bake a chicken in the oven.
With St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching, I thought I’d share my recipe for corned beef brisket. The first time I made this recipe, I cut the brisket in half so I didn’t waste any brisket (my favorite type of roast) in case no one liked it. After tasting the finished product, I wished I made… Continue reading Corned Beef Brisket Brine
Banana’s are pretty good, but why not freeze them and add chocolate? 😉 I don’t make these very often because bananas are sweet enough, but when I do the kids go crazy for them! Honestly, they would probably be excited over frozen banana’s on a stick, but I come from a chocolate loving family, so… Continue reading Chocolate Covered Bananas
**My Mom shared this recipe with me last year and I’ve made it a few times since. The original recipe was found on IndoxicatedOnLife.com. Check our their post on grain free Christmas cookies here!** A couple years (and health issues) ago, at the advice of my doctor, I stopped eating grains. Going grain free was a… Continue reading Grain Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
I have to be honest here… I’m really NOT a fan of seafood! We didn’t eat it very much growing up. In fact, it was never a main course for my family because Granny Darlin (my Momma) doesn’t eat anything that once lived in the water. So on day’s that my Dad would cook up… Continue reading Grain Free Fish Sticks
Even with healthy eating, exercise and daily sunshine, sometimes the immune system could still use a boost. Elderberry syrup is one of those immune boosters to always have in the medicine cabinet, (well, actually the fridge 😉 ) especially as the seasons change. I just made a fresh batch for the kiddos over the… Continue reading Momma Darlin’s Elderberry Syrup + Some Non-DIY Alternatives
If there’s one food I wish my family would eat more of, it’s bone broth. (Or maybe liver, but that’s for another post 😛 ) The collagen in bone broth helps to heal the gut lining from leaky gut syndrome and is also great for joints, hair, skin and nails. It’s full of minerals and… Continue reading 3 Ways to Make Bone Broth