You guys know I have a love affair with pistachios, right? I mean, yes pine nuts will always be my number one… but pistachios?! Pistachios are high up.
Have you seen those pretty green pancakes on Pinterest and you’re all like ahh those would be the BEST for St. Paddy’s Day? Me too.
ALRIGHT FRIENDS!! I have some big news. I wanted to create something, just for you. And, since I know you’re busy and sometimes just don’t have time to plan out your meals, I thought I’d do some of the leg work.
Raise your hand if you love natural almond butter 🙋🏼♀️🙋🏼♀️ Raise your hand if you spend like 10 dollars too many on the perfect jar!! haha am I right?! I mean, there’s something to be said about the convenience…
Ok guys. I’ve been thinking a lot about Easter brunch, and well, brunches in general. I began thinking about all the traditional brunch food and something that could be a fun surprise on the brunch table. And let me tell you.
We all know that nut milks are having their time in the limelight. Almond milk is a standard on my grocery list and I love playing around with making my own!
Who loves when Easter comes around because of the giant Reese’s cups shaped like eggs 🙋🏼♀️ MEEE!! This girl right here. Those Reese’s eggs are my weakness. Those eggs! Those chocolate peanut butter giant sugar filled eggs. Uggh why you be soo goood?!
Here’s the deal. I have a problem with the other half of the onion. And by problem, I mean that I use half of the onion, I store the other half in the fridge and forget about it. Then, when I need another onion, I grab a fresh one, use half and store the other half in the fridge.
In college I used to get a muffin and a coffee to go every morning and eat it in class. It was my thing. What kind of muffin would I get, you ask?