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Healthy Snack Ideas For Home and On The Go

Keep your brain and body fueled between meals with these healthy snack ideas.   I strive to serve my family healthful, satisfying food. Still, someone (or everyone) is bound to claim hunger between meals. Busy brains and bodies need to stay nourished, so I’m always on the lookout for healthy snack ideas. You too? Check out some of […]

Fruit of The Spirit for Kids: Preschool Activities

Hi!  I’m Courtney from Faith For The Littles and I’m so honored today to be guest posting for Abi! She has some great things to say about being an example of the Fruits of the Spirit for her children and this excites me to no end. Today I’d like to share a resource for being intentional with […]

Cooking With Kids + Peanut Butter Honey Popcorn Recipe

  I’m honored to participate this week in the Practical Parenting series for Arabah Joy. I’ve written about what you can reasonably expect when you let your kids into the kitchen with you! My thoughts came about because of a few recent comments from friends about how comfortable my kids are in the kitchen. It’s true. They […]

Crisp and Creamy Celery Salad

The farmer’s markets have closed. Most vegetable gardens have gone to sleep. Even my cold-hardy kale was apparently done in by our first snow. Fresh vegetables at the grocery store don’t seem very plentiful or appealing. But there always seems to be a lot of celery. Celery may seem like a humble vegetable, but my family loves it many ways! […]

Squash Muffins: Using Thanksgiving Leftovers

  These squash muffins are simple, un-spiced and not too sweet.  They make a great addition to breakfast or mid-morning tea snack. My mom used to make them for breakfast any time of year, so I never really thought of them as Thanksgiving fare. They came to mind right away, though, when Carissa at All in All announced that she […]