When the kids – my babies! Bah they used to be itty bitty babies!! When they were first starting on solids I was allll about making my own baby food. I liked how was it was to whip up and store in the freezer. I think that was my first introduction to sweet potato puree.
I remember seeing a version of this last Halloween and I filed it in the back of my brain to make my own version this year. I LOVE how easy and fun it is!!
Does it really get better than mac ‘n cheese? My kids love it. I love it. It’s an easy meal guaranteed to be a family favorite.
So, I bought candy eyeballs of Amazon and have basically been putting them on everything. Who knew candy eyeballs could up your Halloween dessert game tenfold?!
Let’s be real. I’ve never had a pumpkin spice latte. I’ve never had the craving. The inclination. The salivating tastebuds silently screaming sppiiiiice. Pumpkiiiin spiiiiiice. It just hasn’t happened.
So pie season is upon us and I thought that you guys really need a basic pie crust that is so easy, no fail, and will work in basically every scenario. Yes, I have full on pie recipes coming atchu too, but I know you may have your own recipes and the last piece of the pie (get it?!) is the crust.
When the kids were little(r), I was pretty desperate for them to eat some veggies. Ok maybe not “them,” one “them” in particular. But, I won’t name names. I used to cut carrots into little rounds, add some sugary sweetness, some cinnamon, and call them “carrot cookies.”
Today is my birthday dananananana happy birthday to me danananananana. To celebrate my birthday, I made a really chocolatey, delicious FOUR LAYER cake. Because that’s how I rollll.
When I was growing up my mom always packed my lunches for school. I loved the mix of things she packed on rotation and I loved her little napkin notes. It wasn’t until my kids started preschool that I realized how difficult packing lunch boxes can be.