One thing this last year has taught our family is that it’s okay to be a little bit extra when it comes to the holidays. We look for any and all reason to make silly breakfasts, themed dinners and all the fun desserts in between. Add in something that kids can help “decorate” and it’s an instant hit around our house.
Can you believe that Air Fryer Mini Pizzas bagels were one of the *first* recipes we made in our Air Fryer? Yep. It’s true. Did anyone else jump on the air fryer bandwagon during quarantine like our family did? We cut our visits to the grocery store by 75% and were determined to use up everything we had in our pantry and cupboards so we could stay home as much
Christmas morning is often full of chaos with kids running all over the place and wrapping paper being tossed across the room. Do you do a nice breakfast on Christmas morning for everyone? We have breakfast ideas that are great for a family-friendly cute Christmas breakfast. Of course, any of these breakfast ideas would be great during the holiday season. Personally, I think sweet little gingerbread themed breakfasts could be
Have you been to a cookie exchange party before? They’re a great way to get in a little friend time during the busy holiday season. Each person brings enough of one (or maybe more) cookie to share with everyone else. Then, everyone at the party samples the treats, trades, and packages them up to take home. Whether you’re hosting a cookie exchange or attending one this year, you’ll love these
I’m holding on to Summer as long as I can at this point. It feels like it blew in super slowly and then bam, it’s back to school time, wait what? With Summer slowly rolling into Fall, I’m amping up my recipe box with some easy weeknight meals that can be made with items we usually already have on hand but still are different enough that the family doesn’t get
It’s so hard to believe that we are already into April! Our family had such a crazy Spring Break that I felt like we were living in a constant state of flying by the seat of our pants with take out and fend for yourself dinners. From camps, sleepovers, activities and the inevitable spring break allergy craziness at our house, we were ready for life to calm down a little