Here are a few drink recipes to help keep you warm during this crisp, cool season.
This no-knead ciabatta bread is a whiz to whip up and heavenly to eat!
Nothing beats the taste of homemade noodles, and the Amish have perfected this homestead favorite.
Who doesn’t like chicken tortilla soup? The seasonings are intense and the soup is incredibly filling. Even the kids will enjoy this!
Bread formed a large part of our diet in the old days, and it was always available, more so in winter when food was scarcer and bellies needed to be filled.
Wouldn’t it be great if you had one versatile dough that you could use for multiple recipes? Well, look no further. This dough can be used to make kolaches, doughnuts and also sweet bread.
I first came upon these muffins while having brunch one day at a local restaurant and couldn’t get enough of them. Since then, I have been experimenting with the ingredients until I got the recipe just right.
This recipe uses good, old-fashioned whole grains and natural ingredients – just what you want your kids to eat.
With a little creativity, you can make almost anything yourself. I can now add instant oatmeal mix to the recipe box and the bonus is that I’m feeding my kids using wholesome ingredients.
Here’s a new way to make fresh garden salads and an easy way to take your healthy meals to the next level!
This is my favorite salad recipe for the summer. All of the flavors meld into just right textures and flavors that make summer oh-so-delicious.
Combining your Thanksgiving day leftovers makes for one gastronomical sandwich.
I recently found a beef carnitas recipe and wanted to play around and tweak it. Because stew meat is tough, I braise the meaty chunks on 250 degrees F for four or five hours. The meat just falls apart when you do that and is really delicious!
This hearty pasta is easy to make and will quickly fill hungry bellies.
Vintage cookbooks and recipes from around the world can open up possibilities for delicious recipes that allow one to use every part of the animal for human consumption and to reduce waste. So, before tossing these bits to the dogs, spend some time exploring these lesser-known or forgotten recipes.
Peasant food, while simple and frugal, has been around for centuries – in every culture around the world. Using fresh roots, herbs, and foods available to them, households would whip up a soup the family could feast on for days. But why is this simple meal so nutritious?
Finding ways to find natural food sources and using up every bit will not only enhance our preparedness skills, but also help us create a more frugal lifestyle in the process. Fish is one of the most readily available wild protein sources and homesteader, Ruby Burks provides some very sound advice on how to add these last food bits to make delicious meals.]
Every natural pantry should have homemade bouillon on hand to add for cooking. Turning your existing bone broth into bouillon is a fast and nutritious way to ensuring you have a long-lasting way to add flavor and additional nutrients to your dishes. Use your favorite broth recipe and try this simple dehydrating method today.
That savory tonic infused with fresh vegetables and herbs really does do a body good. In fact, it’s backed by science. Use these recipes today and start enjoying the health benefits from this ancient diet food.
Here are some delicious, heart-friendly treats (some with chocolate, some without) you can make for your loved ones to show them how much you care this Valentine’s Day (or any day).
These fudgy treats are the best paleo and gluten-free brownies ever! Best of all, they are guilt free. Enjoy!
The method to make these delectable treats is so simple – sugar and fruit.
Homemade yogurt is easy to make, but there are a few tricks to learn before hand. Use this cheat sheet and the recipe to make delicious, probiotic-filled yogurt.
Carrot apple salad is packed with vitamins and nutrients and gives my kids a needed vitamin boost. The kids like it because it’s simple and tasty, and a does not have a lot of “extras.”
There is no need to shell out big bucks from this healthy snack when you probably have all the ingredients sitting in your pantry.
Home brewing your own sodas are cheaper, more nutritious and a great project to do with the family. Learn how easy this skill is and use the recipes provided to make your own homemade soda.
Take drinking water to the next level. By infusing your water with fresh fruits and herbs, it will help you gently detox your body and rehydrate you at the same time. Try these ten refreshing infusions!
If you possess the ability to heat milk and use measuring spoons and a whisk, the fanciest coffee flavors around can be yours, and at a fraction of the price of the artificial grocery store versions.
Making homemade ginger-ale using natural, organic ingredients is really easy and possesses health properties.
I love the subtle flavor of this bread, and the texture comes out perfect. This is a great bread to try out for those new to bread making. And, if your family is like mine, you may want to double the recipe to make an extra loaf!
Have you wondered what you will do if you run out of wheat berries in a long term emergency? Here are five alternative grains and legumes to use as a source for flour.
After stumbling upon a gold mine of a bread recipe, I wanted to share the recipe with all of you. It’s mellow and sweet and is the best-tasting wheat bread recipe I have found.
Let’s face it, we all need more recipes for making beans. This recipe kicks up the spicy pepper flavor a notch or two.
Many of you who have started gardens are undoubtedly wondering what to do with all of your summer’s bounty. If you have an abundance of cucumbers, look no further. These five delicious recipes will soon become favorites among your household.
Once you win kids over with a few known favorites, you can sneak in the less sugary veggies and open them up to a lifetime of flavorful, healthy choices.