This last Sunday we didn’t have any plans for the afternoon, so our family went blackberry picking our church community garden. We filled a wicker basket so heavy neither of my kids could carry it! When we got home and washed everything up, we discovered that we had picked almost a gallon (!) of… Continue reading Strawberry Blackberry Pie
Between helping with (and having kids involved in) children's choir, teaching a preschool class on Wednesday nights, teaching piano lessons 3 out of 5 evenings, and all the holiday buzz in general, my December plate is pretty full! Basically, the month is moving so fast I can hardly keep up! I haven't had lots of… Continue reading Christmas Cheer – Lifestyle Post Roundup
Last summer we added this amazing recipe to our repertoire of farmer's market items, and this fall it's been requested again by friends and family. I decided that even though the original recipe was pretty amazing, it was pretty sugar-loaded. This fall we've tweaked our recipe to have less sugar and oil. It is DELICIOUS,… Continue reading Maple Cinnamon Crunch Granola
The final Gluten Freedom post is here! Today I'm sharing a new twist on my most popular recipe on the blog! This post contains affiliate links. Six years ago, before going gluten free, I made these delicious baked chili crispitos in honor of my favorite childhood school lunch. It quickly became my most viewed blog… Continue reading Lunchroom Nostalgia: Updated Top Recipe!
You don't necessarily have to have a food intolerance or allergy to benefit from keeping track of what goes into your body! Today I wanted to share how I keep a food diary, and how it can benefited me. Learn more about why it's such a great practice and how to do it simply. *Disclaimer… Continue reading Gluten Freedom: Keeping a Food Diary