This quiche recipe combines two of my favorite things: pinching pennies and amazing-tasting food. It’s thick and hearty, and can be served for breakfast, brunch or dinner.
This blueberry muffin recipe is super-simple, (practically) fool-proof, and makes you the “muffin hero” in less than a half-an-hour! Even more, I love that this recipe is fairly healthy, using intentional ingredients to make a more nutritious muffin.
Guest post from Brooke of Skinny Mom Who doesn’t love Fettuccine Alfredo? It’s a favorite with my family. My little man, E, loves to slurp up the creamy noodles one at a time and his little fettuccine-covered face creates an Instagram moment every time we have it for dinner. This used to be a meal… Read More
Guest post from Brigette Shevy This has been one of my Mom’s go-to recipes for as long as I can remember (so long that none of us can remember where the original recipe came from). It still is! Any time we visit my parents for more than a few days, Spaghetti Pie will most likely… Read More
Guest post from Carissa of Pretty/Hungry I’m not sure what it was about this recipe that grabbed me as I thumbed through the hundreds in my Grandma’s recipe book. Maybe it was the odd name, Vinegar Pie. (Who ever heard of such a thing?) Or maybe it was the first ingredient listed: a quart of… Read More
cinnamon maple cereal crumb muffins Guest post from Carissa of Pretty/Hungry I recently came to a point where the budgeter in me just couldn’t bear to throw away any more cereal crumbs! Week after week, I’d find myself at the bottom of another box of cereal with a good two inches of dust left over, and it bothered me to just toss all that in the garbage can. Now I realize that in the grand scheme of things, throwing away a few cereal crumbs is FAR from earth-shattering. But I just knew there must be some way to make good use of all that crunchy whole-grain goodness rather than just tossing it.