Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the “Little House” books, referred to southwest Missouri as “the land of the big red apple”. While we no longer live in that beautiful area of the state, we have always enjoyed the fall expedition to our local apple orchard, complete with wagon ride and . . . Read More: An Apple Extravaganza!
To save money and time; and to encourage healthy eating this winter I ordered and purchased a lug (about 10 lb. box) of Michigan blueberries. They are wonderful!
Out of the entire box I threw away three squishy berries. Thanks Michigan!
I freeze them and use them for smoothies, pies, muffins, pancakes and etc.
. . . Read More: Blueberries for Winter
Adam, my son-in-law, Facebooked me this recipe for CCK, so he and Bethany made this sweet, simple treat, while I took pictures. This is our variation, but the exact recipe can be found right here.
They tasted great and didn’t heat up the kitchen. Your children can help by pre-measuring the rice crispies and marshmallows . . . Read More: Crispie Dippers
A favorite fast and flexible food that is a staple at our house is the crescent roll. We use them for our Easter Empty Tomb rolls. They are easy and a great opportunity to include your child in the kitchen because they are totally kid friendly.
First, there is nothing original about the ‘recipe’ below. You can . . . Read More: Fast Food ~ The Crescent Roll
One of our favorite recipes to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus is to make Empty Tomb Rolls on Easter Sunday morning.
. . . Read More: Resurrection Sunday ~ The Empty Tomb