After Thanksgiving, we are often left with WAY more food then we are prepared for! We plan for so much food that the leftovers could easily feed us for another month! After a while though, those leftovers start to get a little boring, and we can’t seem to convince ourselves to heat up the mashed potatoes one more time. This is why I’ve put together a list of different ways you can use some of those Thanksgiving recipes in a fun and new way! Read more
Today I’m sharing you this banana pancakes recipe that I learned from my mom growing up. Making banana pancakes is so and it was the quickest snacks that my mom can make after we get home from school. Although, sometimes we ask for it on our birthday instead of buying as a cake. Yes, these pancakes are sweet, and you don’t need any syrup to eat it. You can eat just by itself as a snack or if you want to make it fancier you can pour syrup on the top of it. Read more
It’s that time of the year where soup becomes the most important each meal. Well really, not just each meal but during lunch and dinner for the most part. With that being said though soup in the morning won’t be bad I guess. A lot of us start gathering recipes that would be perfect for the cold weather. Matter of fact I have found few recipes in my drawers the other day that I remembered collecting for the cold weather.
This instant pot red beans and rice are so easy to make and convenient to all busy parents. If you are always on the go then using your instant pot would be a great idea. Red beans and rice just makes me hungry each time I think of it. Beans are my favorite to take on the winter, partner with some cornbread or rice. If you don’t have an instant pot you can easily make this recipe using your slow cooker as well. I don’t own instant pot yet, but the other day I was giving my husband a hint that I needed it, lol. Read more
There’s something about a cold winter day that makes you gravitate toward warm hearty foods. When planning your menu for the winter months it is always a great idea to add plenty of foods that warm you up on a cold day to your menu.
Soups Stews and chilies are always a hit when it comes to food that will warm you up on a cold day. Most recipes can be done in the slow cooker allowing you to come home to a hot meal at the end of the day or whipped up in the instant pot when you need something to warm you up fast. If your family likes spicy foods give your stews and chili a bit of a kick to warm you from the inside out.
Home baked goods are a great way to warm you up on a cold day. Not only is fresh warm baked goods warming and high in carbs that help fuel your bodies own thermal system baking helps to heat your home while the over releases heat. Nothing will cheer dinner guests or hungry children coming out of the snowy weather like a fun treat fresh out of the oven. Read more
If you are like me which until now still doesn’t own an air fryer, these list of dessert will make you want to buy an air fryer. For some reason, winter weather seems to be the time where we want to bake or cook desserts to complete the holiday. One of our favorite to make is french toast, but I cook it using my skillet never tried one yet with air fryer. I won’t lie these recipes are sounds so delicious and very tempting.
These are perfect to make our holiday more exciting and fun. Dessert is something easy to prepare and take to any gathering. With the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year coming up, it’s great to think ahead of time on what to prepare so you will not be rushing through it when the day comes. I hope that these 10 best ever air fryer desserts would help you plan your holidays.
I think I’ll be including an air fryer into my Christmas list this year. Just reading this list is making me hungry. Hope you all enjoy these recipes. Read more
Today I’m sharing these 15 delicious recipes to sneak more veggies into your diet. Eating healthy is very important in our household since the day my husband landed in emergency twice so much has changed in our eating habit. We watch everything that we eat, no fried food but of course every now and then I do cook something that requires frying.
Since his first incident at the ER where I almost lose him, I changed my way of cooking and incorporating it with healthy veggies. These recipes I have here would be perfect to fit your diet. Most of these are easy to make, and honestly, quinoa has become my favorite to eat. It’s my substitute for rice. Eating vegetables is great for our body and so many recipes that you can do with veggies to make it taste even better. Read more