The holidays are filled with baking and cooking and eating—from Thanksgiving to the New Year, right?! Pull out those maternity pants and loosen that belt. Or… try to prepare for those New Year’s resolutions early and watch your portions and ingredients. I partnered with UHC to share this video with you on some great no-bake cereal energy bars.
No-Bake Cereal Energy Bars
Combine certain foods for added nutritional power! Watch this video to get the recipe and see how to make these vitamin and protein
Written in partnership with foodie.com. Any opinions are my own!
Pies are on my list this year to bring to our family Thanksgiving! We always do a pumpkin pie and a pecan pie (who doesn’t?!), but sometimes I like to spice things up! My chocolate pecan pie is the best and I’d love to give some of these other recipes a try, too.
Check out Ho-Ho-Holiday Pies
by Emily Dickey at Read More…
What’s better than some hot soup on a cold day?! It’s my favorite comfort food and it’s easy to make a lot at once and freeze it for later. I gathered some of my favorite recipes on foodie.com so go check them out.
12 Favorite Fall Soup and Stew Recipes
Check out 12 Favorite Fall Soups & Stews by Emily Dickey at Foodie.com
It’s true, you know, what they say about fall…….. PUMPKIN-EVERYTHING. Pumpkin spice coffee, pumpkin crafts, pumpkin decor, pumpkin candles, pumpkin carving, pumpkin hats, pumpkins on the clothes, and—my favorite—chocolate chip pumpkin muffins!
I’ve made those pumpkin muffins with cream cheese filling and a streusel topping… now, those are delicious, too. But they take quite a bit of planning and prep. I’ve made chunky pumpkin spice cookies and those are yummy… but you just can’t go
I looooove breakfast foods, but I am sooooo not a morning person. I’m lucky to just get my cup of coffee made and throw some cereal at the children.
So? BREAKFAST FOR DINNER. And I don’t mean cereal (but… sometimes…). I love eggs, all kinds, and hashbrowns and BACON and cheese and sausage and yummm. When you have the time to cook dinner, you can make some pretty amazing breakfast creations.
Check out Breakfast for Dinner
by Emily Dickey
~Written in partnership with Coca-Cola. Any opinions are my own.
In the summertime we like to be outside—going for walks, playing at the park, or running through the sprinkler in the backyard. During the school year, I play Taxi and feel like I might as well live in my car. No matter the season, life is busy, right? MOMS are busy.
But every night there has to be dinner on the table… I HATE cooking. I thank my mom for that trait 😉 but unfortunately my kids (and husband) need to eat. My husband
Back-to-school time already?! I’m about to go back to playing Taxi Mom, running my two kids to two different schools for half-days, and packing lunches like a crazy lady. Bento boxes are definitely the way to go…
Ideas for back-to-school bento boxes
Check out Back-to-School Bento Boxes
by Emily Dickey at Foodie.com
…for two reasons. 1) My son is one of those toddlers that cannot stand to have his food