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Zucchini Carrot Chickpea Patty

Zucchini Carrot Chickpea Patty

With summer, comes the bounties of the garden… and sometimes, those bounties are never ending. We had a huge zucchini harvest this year and I’ve had to find creative ways of adding it to our meals. My kids loved these veggie bean patties and it’s a...
Fully Loaded Deviled Eggs

Fully Loaded Deviled Eggs

It’s the time of year for celebrations and family gatherings. While everyone is looking for a new way to put a spin on the humble deviled egg, look no further, this is your recipe. My aunt served these fully loaded deviled eggs to my family one Thanksgiving and...
Golden Quinoa Fritters

Golden Quinoa Fritters

Quinoa is my favorite grain these days and I’ve been experimenting with different recipes to explore this grain further. To learn about all the healthy benefits of this grain, click here. These fritters can be eaten with a spicy aioli dipping sauce, used as a...
Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Day Treats

Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Day Treats

Valentine’s Day has associated with decadence – fancy heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are the holiday’s signature item. February is also another-kind-of-heart-month – it is American Heart Month – as in,...

Make Your Own Survival Bars

This article was originally posted at Adventures in Self Reliance Apparently there are a couple of different recipes out there for these, we just used one I had been given by a food storage lady. Now, this was really a fun experiment, because there were 6 of us making...
Pantry Cooking: Italian Rice Balls

Pantry Cooking: Italian Rice Balls

Finding creative ways to use our pantry staples will help us learn how to use our food reserves to the best of their ability, as well as prevent food fatigue in longer term emergencies. White rice is a must have for our pantries. Not only is it extremely versatile,...
Peanut Butter & Apple Sandwiches with Granola

Peanut Butter & Apple Sandwiches with Granola

As parents, we’re always looking for healthy foods for our kiddos. Rather than giving them the normal pb&j – shake it up a little. Best of all, it’s healthy! This simple meal is packed with protein, fiber, fresh fruit, and yumminess. If you have...
Cheese, Glorious Cheese: 4 Ways to Use Powdered Cheese

Cheese, Glorious Cheese: 4 Ways to Use Powdered Cheese

Many commercial foods use powdered cheeses, powdered butter, and powdered milk as ingredients for their products. Buying in bulk can save a person 75% of the cost, not to mention have enough left over for a rainy day. Powdered cheese is a long term storage supplies...
Pizza Rolls

Pizza Rolls

Like most kids, mine are big time pizza fans! I try and keep these little pizza rolls around for easy lunches and snacks. The kids love them and they are pretty easy to make. I have changed up the filling many times to incorporate different ingredients. They even...
Beat the Heat with Homemade Popsicles

Beat the Heat with Homemade Popsicles

Nothing says summer like popsicles do! As much as I want my kids to have a cool treat during the hot months of summer, I don’t want them eating store-bought popsicles filled with corn syrup, dyes, and artificial flavoring. Instead, I make my own out of fresh...

Breakfast Cookies – Start the Day Off Right

As parents, we want our children to start their day out with the right types of foods in their body in order to maintain concentration, keep energy levels up and most importantly, to stay healthy. These breakfast cookies have protein, carbohydrates, and vitamins from...
Tzatziki Dip

Tzatziki Dip

This is my favorite dip simply because it is so versatile. It can be used as a sandwich spread, veggie dip and for snacking on crackers. Because cucumbers  have an abundance of health properties, you can rest assured knowing that you are putting something good into...
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