As autumn turns to winter, crockpot meals are becoming more often at my house. This flavorful pork is a personalized version from one of CrockPot’s cookbooks:
These fries are great for toddlers! I gave them to my son for the first time last night, and he loved them! He just got his front teeth recently, and he was using his teeth to mash them and eat them. He even liked the crispy parts. It looks like we have a fry lover on our hands. Continue reading →
My son still can’t handle me eating tomatoes (they come through my breast milk and cause him to spit up or at least burp and be sad), so I’ve had to learn to make white pizza! My husband had the recipe (which was just an ingredient list) for this pizza, and it is amazing! Here’s how I put it together:
When you have an apple tree, but no pie pans, you make cobbler! For Labor Day, we were in northern Wisconsin, and I forgot to bring supplies to make pies with the apples from the tree up there, so we did this instead: Continue reading →
My husband is usually right. I fight admitting it sometimes, but he is. 😉 He is a smart guy, and he is a great baker! He was right about these Reusable Silicone Baking Cups, Pack of 12–he told me to use them because we can then re-use them. I fought him because I tried them once and the muffins did not come out easily. However, recently I decided to try using them again (and I sprayed them with cooking spray to make sure they came out!) and they worked great! If you want to try them, check them out here:
Reusable Silicone Baking Cups, Pack of 12
And the muffin tins that I used are so nice too, try them as well:
The white chocolate chips melt into the muffin, making a yummy moist muffin full of flavor.
Things are changing around here…we finally sold our house in Illinois, so that means we can return our borrowed couch to Stephen’s cousin and bring the rest of our furniture back to our apartment! To thank said cousin for letting us use his couch, I whipped up an apple pie for him (and one for us.)
With life whizzing past, it helps to just sit down with a piece of pie and savor the spicy apple-ness. Pie helps transitions become sweeter. Apple pie just brings comfort. Enjoy! Continue reading →
My Dad passed away last week, so during this sad time of transition, I had been craving comfort food. Today’s craving was beef stew and mashed potatoes! Another comfort food I enjoy is spaghetti with tomato sauce, but my baby spits up if I eat tomatoes, so I should not eat them. (I tried eating them last night and he woke up screaming at 3am, so he is still not over it!) So as I figured out this stew recipe, I incorporated tomato spaghetti sauce elements without the tomato. Enjoy!