How to Make a Frittata to Use Up Leftover Veggies and Meat

0.0 00 If you hate food waste as much as I do, keep reading. Once you learn how to make a frittata using leftovers, you’ll find you’re wasting a lot less food. All those scraps of meat, cheese, and vegetables finally have a use. How to Make a Frittata A frittata is an Italian egg […]

Guilt Free Easy Pumpkin Custard Recipe

0.0 00 Pumpkin pie is delicious but is usually made with sugar, gluten and dairy. Since Sarah is gluten and dairy intolerant and Marty is diabetic, I’ve been trying to come up with fall recipes that everyone in the family can enjoy.  This easy pumpkin custard recipe is dairy, gluten and sugar-free so it works […]

Edible Halloween Craft – Bloody Eyeballs [No Artificial Coloring]

0.0 00 Why is it that every holiday includes foods that are dyed with artificial ingredients. I know, it’s fun to eat food that matches your favorite holiday, but I really don’t want to add artificial food coloring to my food. Thankfully, this edible Halloween craft – bloody eyeballs – has no artificial coloring at […]

Baked Eggs in Portobello Mushroom Caps Recipe

0.0 00 You are going to love these baked eggs in portobello mushroom caps! I’m almost past the stage where I need to worry about back to school. I admit that after years of backpacks, crayons and stacks of forms to fill out, I’m almost ready for it. David graduated high school last year and […]

Paleo Frittata Recipe – Tomato Bacon and Fresh Herbs

0.0 00 This Paleo frittata recipe is a great way to use up extra tomatoes. Two things that I always have too much of in the summer are tomatoes and eggs.  I always plant tomatoes in the garden and our chickens are generally laying pretty well by that time.  I decided to try to use […]

Starting Your Day With a Healthy Breakfast Casserole

0.0 00 This healthy breakfast casserole is the perfect back to school breakfast idea! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  You’ve heard that before.  I know my Mom told me that every morning as I was growing up, and I’ve passed that bit of wisdom on to my kids too. But, it’s […]