It may seem very all-American of me, but there’s no pie I enjoy more than a home-cooked apple pie. I challenged myself to find a healthier version and came up with this handy oatmeal cookie variation. The portion sizes are smaller, and the oats add a nutritious boost!
Did you know that giraffe's eat while apricot trees? Well, Gerald is one of my favorite little children's book friends and I had to come up with some way to represent this amazing book, thru food. Gerald was a wonderful dancer, in the end, and I loved him dancing upside dow just like this cake!
The animals walked two-by-two! Goodnight Ark is an adorable book about Noah trying to get some rest but due to the wild winds and storm the animals can't sleep! I made tiger, cheetah, and zebra tails! This is a great book to begin introducing religion into your babies world, and around Easter it feels particularly topical!
As Cooper is too little to understand, I am aware that this was probably more fun for me than for him, but I truly believe that it is never too early to start a tradition, and it is never too silly to bring love and sunshine into the home in all sorts of different ways. Here are a few of my ideas for the morning, plus some of my inexpensive and easy finds for the basket!
I LOVE Easter! And one of my favorite Easter traditions is dyeing eggs. Dyeing eggs with whipped cream was easy and beautiful! Here are the ingredients you will need and the simple instructions that will create pastel tie dye beauties!
With only 5 ingredients needed, this Irish soda bread recipe is very easy to make. It turns out extremely moist, subtlety sweet, and tastes amazing fresh out of the oven with a little spread of butter! Enjoy any day, but espcially on St. Patrick's Day!
We love this easy chili recipe for two reasons. It's a simple recipe that is ready quick, and it's made with beer for a unique flavor you just can't beat. Guinness chili is filled with hearty ingredients and bold flavors and is perfect for a casual dinner or a large party!