Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!
Not-so traditional Irish Soda Bread
A perfect holiday sauce that I make every Thanksgiving and Christmas. There’s no easier or healthier cranberry sauce. No granulated refined sugar is used; the sweet sweetness comes from pitted dates and orange. Thow everything in the crockpot and walk away for 3 hours, it’s so easy!! This way you can eat fruit in a fun, easy way! This cranberry sauce turns into a nice thick sauce for the holidays. Great for making the day before or day of. Heck, you could just transport the whole crockpot bowl once it’s done cooking.CONTINUE READING
You could call this coffee your Christmas morning cup! This has all the desired spices you can taste and it can be dairy-free (like I drink it)! Keep a pot of this brew going on the stove all morning. If you use the real good stuff eggnog, this will be a nice thick beverage!CONTINUE READING
This dish reminds us of Thanksgiving with many flavors arising. There is the chewiness from the bread, sweetness from the dried cranberries, and earthy from the rosemary and almonds. This celebration of stuffing has great sources of vitamin A and vitamin C. There is even high protein in a single serving, about as much as a cup of milk!CONTINUE READING
Baby chicks and cupcakes are here for Easter! Here’s some furry friends to make when the Easter season rolls around. A fun springtime activity for holidays and parties to have everyone make their own (tasty) baby chick! I make these chicks typically with vanilla cupcakes and buttercream. This makes them easier to frost and pat with toasted coconut flakes. Of course though, they can be any flavor you like. Be careful of cake crumbs though if the cupcake is chocolate or red velvet; could start to get messy.CONTINUE READING
Raw Cranberry Relish
This holiday recipe comes from my sister Cami, which is her favorite cranberry recipe and makes every year. The quantities of the ingredients can be played around with depending on how tart or sweet you want the relish. Two versions include cranberry relish or cranberry sauce. A fun way to eat fruit!