Our household is always looking to make the mornings stress free to ensure that we get out the door on time. That’s what makes these overnight oats the perfect grab and go breakfast treat. Prepped the night before, they’re waiting for you to grab out of the fridge in the morning to pack into a lunch box or to eat during the morning commute.
We think granola is the perfect solution for almost every morning situation. Want some yogurt but need a crunch, throw some granola in! Want to jazz up pancakes? Throw some granola in! Have nothing else but milk in the house? Throw some granola in a bowl and top it with milk! Mornings made in a flash! Check out our latest creation below!
Old Bay Roasted Potato Wedges are unique and healthier take on chips perfect for any fish dish! These roasted potatoes are seasoned with a homemade, super simple ‘Old Bay’ seasoning made with spices from your pantry and baked until golden brown and crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Best served with a side of spiced ketchup.
Nothing screams summertime like pulling out the grill to cook up some food with the family gathered around. You could grill up the usual BBQ staples – burgers, veggies, hot dogs – but have you ever tried grilling seasonal fruits? When charred, the natural flavors crystallize on the surface of the fruit. With peaches being juicy and in bountiful supply this time of year, they’re the perfect fruit to grill up at your next BBQ. Pair your grilled peaches with this quick and easy crumble and some ice cream and your family is sure to love this seasonal dessert.
Finding new and fun ways to eat more veggies is always a priority around our house. As much as we love roasted broccoli and sautéed green beans, they can sometimes become tiring. These wraps swap out your typical tortilla and use collard greens instead making a great low carb and nutrient packed substitute. They are served almost like sushi and make a great appetizer or party finger food.
Did you know how easy it is to make beans from their dried state? All you have to do is soak them in water overnight and cook them low and slow until they’re tender.
The extra time is definitely well spent and the reward will be received as soon as you take a bite into these BBQ Black Beans!