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By Jennifer-admin
In Breakfast
Dec 15th, 2014
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Splenda 365 #Sweetswaps I absolutely love to bake. I love to eat the things I bake. What I don’t like is eating all of the things I bake because although they taste good, the ingredients aren’t always the healthiest. I try to modify recipes when I can, and sometimes they turn out better than other […]...
By Mia Baker
In Christmas
Dec 11th, 2014
64 Comments
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Finding healthy, yummy snacks my whole family can enjoy is a bit of a challenge. My husband likes salty foods, I enjoy sweet foods, and my seven year old is incredibly picky. Add onto that the fact that we’re on a tight budget, and let’s just say our shopping list isn’t very diverse. Luckily, I […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Desserts
Dec 8th, 2014
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Holiday Sweet and Salty Snack Mix Sweet & Salty always go great together (at least in my book!). I absolutely love chocolate covered pretzels and chocolate covered potato chips, so I decided to make a scrumptious holiday mix using my favorite flavors. I started by breaking stick pretzels in half and dipping each in chocolate […]...
By Angela
In Angela
Nov 23rd, 2014
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Lately, I have been hungry all the time.  I don’t know why, but I do know that the last thing I want to be doing is eating all day long.  And the last thing I need is junk food.  I want snacks that will satisfy my hunger, but they also need to be healthy. I […]...
By Randi
In Contributors
Nov 14th, 2014
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With school now in full swing and the holidays just around the corner, snack time can easily turn into trouble. When it comes to school lunches, snacks tend to be whatever is convenient. Then, as the holidays near, snacking often takes a turn toward overindulgence. This year, let’s break the cycle. Instead of caving into […]...
By Randi
In Contributors
Sep 29th, 2014
17 Comments
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Lunch time during the summer months was easy. There was never any rush, food decisions were made together, and we’d often find ourselves picnicking at the beach, playground, or even the backyard. And, really, anything that ends with family picnic time is more than okay in my book. Unfortunately, however, summer does not last forever […]...
By Sky
In Beverages & Spirits
Sep 15th, 2014
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I can make a mean pot of chili, in fact I have a great recipe called Two Pot Chili (keep reading for recipe) and this time I used Riunite wine. Oh, yeah. After all, what is better than football and chili?  Answer:  Not much! Riunite’s Ultimate Chili Challenge, a nationwide chili cook-off culminating in a […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Desserts
May 22nd, 2014
9 Comments
456 Views
If you know the mad love I have for Rice Krispies, you probably won’t be surprised at the latest recipe I have created using this yummy cereal. My Festive Holiday Rice Krispie Treats were such a big hit, that I have been busy in the kitchen again. Bring the outdoors inside, with Campfire Rice Krispie […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Desserts
Apr 7th, 2014
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Whew! I have really had fun making Rice Krispie Treats lately, and last but not least, are my Rice Krispie Easter Baskets! They are super cute, and can be filled with whatever you want. To be completely honest, they took a little patience, but I think they were well worth it. I used colored marshmallows, […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Food Finds
Mar 26th, 2014
2 Comments
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And you just thought I was done with yummy, festive Easter Rice Krispie Treats! I hope you enjoyed my cute little Peeps Easter Bunny Rice Krispie Treats (and if you haven’t made them yet, what are you waiting for?)! Today I bring you something that I think is just adorable – Rice Krispie Treat Easter […]...
By Jessie
In Contributors
Mar 18th, 2014
9 Comments
401 Views
Peanut Butter S’more Bars I bake mostly from scratch but there is one thing that I don’t mind cutting corners with, my Peanut Butter S’more Bars. Why haven’t I tried to figure out a way to make these bars from scratch? Probably because it is so darned easy using Betty Crocker’s Sugar Cookie Mix. Plus, […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Desserts
Mar 17th, 2014
17 Comments
434 Views
Peeps Easter Bunny Rice Krispie Treats I have a blast creating Festive Rice Krispie Treat goodies, and now that Spring/Easter is almost here, I am at it again! We all know how cute and colorful Peeps are, and I thought it would be fun to incorporate them into my Rice Krispie Treats, in the shape […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Desserts
Feb 27th, 2014
22 Comments
311 Views
Easter Bunny Cupcakes Easter is one of my favorite holidays, and has been since I was a small child. Spring is in the air, flowers are blooming, and pastel colors fill my world. I also enjoy baking for Easter. I have some REALLY fun goodies in store for you this Easter, and today I want […]...
By Erin
In Contributors
Feb 10th, 2014
2 Comments
172 Views
Not to brag or anything, but I can make this pudding without looking at my chicken scratch recipe anymore! With just a handful of ingredients, this pudding is ridiculously easy to make. Ingredients 1 can organic coconut milk * I buy Natural Value; organic and BPA-free cans. 4 TB organic arrowroot powder 2 TB organic […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Appetizers
Jan 30th, 2014
135 Comments
1211 Views
*El Monterey has asked me to talk to you about their Taquitos/Shell Shockers for the big game, however, all opinions are my own. Are you ready for some FOOTBALL? Yay – me too! Are you ready for some fun and tasty snacks while watching the big game? Oh yes, I am as well. El Monterey […]...
By Randi
In Christmas
Dec 30th, 2013
440 Comments
1785 Views
Hershey’s Chocolate The brunt of holiday feasting is over and so begins the cliché resolutions of getting fit. After we’ve all packed on the pounds with the overload of goodies, it’s probably a good time to get our butts back in gear, right? Wrong! The holidays aren’t over yet, people! Hold onto those resolutions for […]...
By Erin
In Contributors
Dec 9th, 2013
3 Comments
74 Views
A while back, I got a wild hair and decided I wanted to master the art of macarons. You know, the “pinky out” French confections. I failed the first time. Miserably. It was a complete and utter snafood. The shells were crunchy, not light. So, I researched recipes before trying again. I finally found a […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Desserts
Nov 29th, 2013
35 Comments
282 Views
OREO cookies have always been a staple in our household, and although my whole family adores them, my husband is the true meaning of an OREO fanatic! When I learned about OREO Cookie Balls recently, I was not only thrilled that OREOs are something we always have on hand, but I was fascinated by how […]...
By Jennifer-admin
In Christmas recipes
Nov 25th, 2013
7 Comments
172 Views
Festive Rice Krispie Treats Sticky, messy, and oh-so good. I am talking about Rice Krispie Treats of course! These classic favorites are so versatile, and I decided to “spruce” mine up a bit for the holidays. You can find the original Rice Krispie Treats recipe on the Rice Krispie’s website. I will admit, this was […]...
By Randi
In Contributors
Nov 10th, 2013
339 Comments
3507 Views
How many of you have heard the “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” phrase? I’m pretty sure that all of us have heard it, at least, from time to time. It is great that so many people have caught onto that saying and take the time to grab a bite to eat […]...
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