Rice-a-roni from scratch Macaroni and cheese is a kid-lunch staple unless you can’t have cheese. So, I often fed my kids rice-a-roni. Then I realized that my kids can’t have soy protein, so we said goodbye to our rice-a-roni lunches for years. Fast-forward many years. I still need easy lunches for my kiddos. Hello rice-a-roni … Continue reading Instant Pot Rice-a-Roni
Place 9x13 pan in the oven. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. In a blender add: 1 cup water1 cup flour6 eggs1/2 tsp salt Blend ingredients until thoroughly mixed. Add 1/4 cup dairy-free margarine* to 9x13 pan in the oven and let melt. When the oven is preheated, pour the ingredients from the blender into … Continue reading Dairy-free German Pancakes
Dairy-free with simple ingredients. 2 cups flour3/4 tsp salt2 1/2 cups water4 eggs1/4 cup oilVegetable oil Combine flour, salt and water, beating at the medium speed of an electric mixer until smooth. Add eggs and beat well; stir in 1/4 cup oil. Refrigerate batter 1 hour (however, this step never happens at my house because … Continue reading Dairy-Free Crepes
Delicious oven fries are simple to make. I am a fan of one dish cooking, but oven fries are an exception. Toss cut raw potato fries in a bowl with a little oil to keep the starch from the potatoes from sticking to the baking sheet. Cut washed potatoes into fry-sized sticks. I aim for … Continue reading Oven Fries
With a lemon sugar crumb topping, these blueberry muffins will be perfect for a spring brunch.
Bake ahead of time and freeze for easy slicing and serving on Thanksgiving (or everyday).
Happy December! A few months ago, I was nominated for the Liebster Award by Lyssa from LettuceCoCreative.com. Thank you Lyssa for the nomination and the super nice review of my blog. Lyssa sketches and illustrates and her blog is about her illustrations--so very cool. My favorite post was an ABC drawing project for every letter in the alphabet. … Continue reading Nominated for the Liebster Award
How do you cook your turkey? A fun tradition in some kindergarten and first grade classes is writing about Thanksgiving dinner. The children write how they obtain and cook their turkey dinner. The answers are varied and usually very humorous. My daughter wrote that she would find a turkey in someone's backyard. (On a drive, … Continue reading Tender Juicy Turkey
Toast is kicked up a notch with spicy red pepper flakes.
Hands down--the best pickle ever--crisp and flavorful!