Most food, like pancakes for instance, tastes better homemade. But if you’re in a pinch, instant (and even frozen) varieties will do. Then there are those foods that are so much better homemade that substitutions will never compare. Homemade applesauce is one such food.
If you haven’t already discovered the delight that is caramelizing bananas, you need to bust out those pans and get to cooking! Caramelizing, that is, cooking the bananas until they brown slightly, is a great way to use up those super ripe bananas you have sitting around. The recipe could hardly be simpler:
Mmmm. Croissants. What’s not to love? While we’re not quite adventurous enough to bake them from scratch, that doesn’t mean we can’t make them better.
“In-between meal snacks” are a great way to stave off hunger meltdowns, and when it comes to snacks, we love our smoothies. While the sky’s the limit when it comes to flavors, it helps to have a starting base. Ours is simple:
Kids snack. And snack. And snack. Determined to be proactive in the fight against their appetites, Jenn got the idea to make snack packs for each of our minions.
Our children love cheese sticks, and as much as I love the idea of deep frying battered mozzarella, I’d rather something be a) healthier and b) less messy. This recipe is both and delicious too!
If your kids love french toast, they’ll lose their mind over this dish!
Today called for a quick, healthy, and tasty snack, so I went with one of my childhood favorites: peanut butter apple slices.