Buttermilk Pumpkin Cornbread with Maple Butter is exactly what you need sitting on your Thanksgiving table.
Hey, don’t I know you? You’re the one who loves fresh and warm homemade bread or rolls for Thanksgiving, but hates to take the time to cook them, right? Well, put down that package of crescent rolls and step away. I’ve got a super easy and highly festive recipe that all of your dinner guests are gonna love Continue Reading..
I was asked to participate in the #PastaFits campaign as a member of the Healthy Aperture Blogger Network. I was compensated for my time, and as always, all opinions are my own.
Do you ever think about how differently you eat depending on the season? Sure, it’s partly because of seasonal produce, but the temperature outside, and the family schedule also has a lot to do with what goes on our plates at different times of the year. That’s one of the biggest reasons I love pasta – it adapts so easily to so many different types of recipes. Whether you toss it with fresh vegetables and eat it cold in the summer, or stir it into a big pot of soup for busy school nights, or treat yourself to a creamy casserole dish of comfort food as the sun starts to set earlier – it’s all good! At less than 200 calories, lots of healthy complex carbs, and with 7 grams of protein per serving, pasta is a great foundation for a satisfying and healthy meal, and the perfect partner to pair with so many healthy ingredients. Continue Reading..
I have a confession to make. I never tasted a sweet potato until well into my adult life. I’m sure we had them on the Thanksgiving table, served in a casserole dish, cooked in something way too sweet, and covered in mini marshmallows, but I couldn’t get past the idea of a potato and marshmallow in the same bite, so I never ate them. Those cans of candied yams at the grocery store didn’t help my opinion of them much either.
Is it just me, or does it seem like everyone jumped from peaches and tomatoes right over to the pumpkin patch? I love pumpkin lattes, breads, pies and desserts as much as the next person, but what happened to apples? I’m guessing pumpkins are all over the internet because those orange baked goods are prettier to photograph, and who doesn’t love the smell of pumpkin pie spices? Oh yeah, and it’s a lot easier to open a can of pumpkin than it is to peel, core and slice all of those apples. Continue Reading..