Quick and easy to assemble, this potato casserole is a great way to
enjoy winter comfort food like potatoes in a healthier leaner way.
You can prepare the casserole the night before and store it in the
fridge, all you have to do the next day is pop it in the oven.
For the March Daring Cooks’ challenge, Ruth from Makey Cakey invited us to start the day with something warm, nutritious and filling, . We got to experiment with different techniques and flavorings to create our own perfect personal porridge.
Before I started this blog, the word porridge would conjure images of a sloppy, pale , tasteless mass. Little did I know that, when properly made, porridge can be a tasty, flavorful and nutritious way to start the day
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I am horribly terribly late in posting my daring cooks and bakers challenges 😦 I make the challenges in time for the reveal but finding the time to sit down and write the post has proven to be an elusive task.So for this week, I am trying to catch up on posting my challenges.
This month, the Daring Cooks challenged us to think inside the box – the icebox, that is! Audax taught us some really cool tips and tricks for stocking our freezers with prepare-ahead meals that can keep our taste buds satisfied even during the busiest of times.
This challenge could not have come at a better time, as we head back to school (I can’t believe how quickly this summer has slipped by) a bit of organization can be a life saver in those busy first few weeks.
In this post I will share a collection of my favorite freezer recipes that I usually prepare around the end of summer to help me ease back into the busy school routine.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to the ophthalmologist to check if I can have lasik surgery for my […]
Fatayer Jebneh “Cheese pastry” is one of my most viewed posts up to date. Ever since I posted that recipe, the […]
Vegetables are a must on a diet. I suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread, and pumpkin pie. Jim […]