Do you guys like coconut butter? It’s a really fun alternative to your regular nut butter, and it’s amazing for toast, banana and apple dipping, cookie drizzling, etc.
I think one of the first things I ever learned how to make on my own were rice krispie treats. I was about 8. The warmed butter, the melted marshmallow, the folding of krispies into the pot that was way easier said then done.
You all know that I am reeeeally into chocolate. My whole dessert page is loaded with chocolate goodness. But occasionally, I like to throw some sweet fruitiness into the lineup to mix it up.
So the other day we were mid-meltdown with one of my kids. I won’t name names… It was one of those irrational, hysterical, over-tired, didn’t even remember what he was crying about kind of meltdowns. Moms know what I’m talking about.
My family has a tomato obsession. We pop them like treats all hours of the day, but the latest batch we got was next level amazing. I had to hide a stash on the top of my fridge so they wouldn’t all get eaten before I could make something fun out of them!
Ok where all my Instant Pot people at? I bought an Instant Pot… it came in the mail… it sat and sat and sat. I was super intimidated by it and just couldn’t bring myself to experiment. But then!
Anyone else have some picky eaters? I’m not going to lie, the picky eater thing took me off guard. Both my husband and I aren’t picky so no idea where this picky phase is coming from.
So I’m not one to start blog posts with a quote, but this one is too appropriate not to share. Julia Childs once said, “I enjoy cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food…” Same, Julia. Same.
Raise your hand if you like sweet potato fries!! I’m not going to lie, I’m an all-kind of fries kind of gal. I don’t discriminate.