Soup is often on my weekly meal menu. They’re comforting to make and comforting to eat and I can pack/hide tons of vegetables in them, an overall win-win in my book. This particular one has been on rotation for a few weeks and it’s finally perfect in my opinion. I love the mix of flavors and textures that the cabbage, fennel, and thyme bring to this recipe. A family favorite that takes almost no time to prep and is packed with flavors and healthy ingredients.
We love waffles around here, especially for a weekend brunch! I usually make these on Sundays and get the kids involve in prepping the batter, it makes for a nice little family activity. We always come up with different ingredients to include to give different flavors to our waffles, like cinnamon, chocolate chips or shredded coconuts. Yesterday while I did a pit stop at the market to pick up some eggs I saw the eggnog next to the milk and taught what a good and festive idea to add to our Sunday waffles! It was a great idea indeed. Try a batch this week or on Christmas morning for a fun and festive side to your Christmas brunch.
I love having healthy & easy snacks on hand for the whole family. These sweet, no-bake energy bites take minutes to throw together, are filled with good-for-you ingredients & literally taste like dessert. They are on regular rotation in our house and I love having them as an easy breakfast, a quick snack on the go, a pop of protein before a workout, or even as a sweet dessert. They are the perfect little bite that is sweet, soft and perfectly crunchy. Today, I’m sharing this amazing recipe that was adapted by this one from the amazing Tori, over at Fraiche Nutrition.