Creamy Homemade Cashew Milk

Homemade Cashew Milk   Once I tried this creamy homemade cashew milk, it’s been hard for me to buy it in the store! Without any fillers, there are only three simple ingredients, organic raw cashews, water and a pinch of cinnamon. Using a high powered blender is key for making your cashew milk super thick and extra creamy and smooth. The other thing is just planning ahead as the chasers […] Read Full Post

Ribollita – Tuscan Vegetable Stew

Vegetable StewRibollita This simple and rustic soup, Ribollita, is Superfood for the Soul. It’s comforting and classic, easy to make and so hearty you almost forget how healthy it is. There are many versions of this soup, but I prefer to leave out the bread to keep it gluten free and a little lighter. One of the absolute keys though to its success is adding a Parmesan rind. When I have […] Read Full Post

New Year’s Eve Food and Drink Ideas For Kids

New Year’s Eve with children means you might not even make it to the ball drop at midnight! But it doesn’t mean you can’t have New Year’s Eve fun with food and drinks the whole family can enjoy. I shared recipe and drink ideas on WPTV in West Palm Beach and took a few pictures on set. Find the recipes below and watch the segment for easy recipes you can […] Read Full Post

Natural Ways to Relieve Stress

The holidays are wonderful but can also feel stressful. Whether it’s just the rush to get it all done or getting stuck in traffic, or feeling loss from those we’ve lost, there are a lot of emotions wrapped up in this time of year. I make an effort to create a sanctuary of peace at home and when I’m feeling stressful it helps me relax and reminds me of all […] Read Full Post

Holiday Meals to Make Ahead and Feed a Crowd

  The holidays mean gathering with friends and family and making meals that feed a crowd! Making some of the meals ahead of time helps you enjoy your time with your guests instead of slaving in the kitchen.  I put together some of my favorite dishes to make ahead for breakfast, lunch and dinner when I’m hosting guests. I love my waffle maker and the smell of waffles cooking in […] Read Full Post

Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole

The word ‘casserole’ doesn’t do this amazing dish justice.  Fluffy eggs, crispy bacon, earthy sausage and indulgent puff pastry make this the ultimate make ahead breakfast. If you know me at all, you know I’m not a great planner, I’m often late and it’s not uncommon for me to rush  in the mornings.  Mondays I try and get the week off to a good start by packing my boy’s lunches […] Read Full Post

Sheet Pan Steak and Oven Baked Fries

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dw6J_hx9tac&t=4s Before you even think about going out to eat and spending too much money on a delicious steak, watch this video and learn how easy, and how much more affordable it is, to make your own steak at home. I made it all in the sheet pan, with a tiny bit of help from the cast iron skillet. Sheet Pan Steak and Oven Baked Fries 2 Excellent Quality Steaks […] Read Full Post

Bacon and Egg Grilled Cheese Sandwich

A Bacon and Egg Grilled Cheese may be the absolute best way to start your weekend. I love making and serving these on lazy Sunday mornings, but I find it’s just as easy to make these ahead, freeze them individually and heat them up for quick weekday breakfasts with the kids. Dig in and enjoy the cheese pull! Bacon and Egg Grilled Cheese 4 scrambled eggs (If you want to […] Read Full Post

Perfect Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled Eggs are my kids favorite breakfast and they take less than a minute to prepare. So before you just give your kids a protein bar and toss them into the car, give these a try and fill up the whole family with a healthy, protein packed meal. Perfect Scrambled Eggs 4 large, pasture raised eggs (I like these because the chickens are healthier, which means the eggs are too, […] Read Full Post

Brisket Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

After a big Passover Seder, I have a lot of leftover brisket (PS, if you want to see my step-by-step tutorial on how I make it, check out my stories here. One of my favorite ways of reinventing leftover slow cooked meat, like brisket, is to stuff it into baked sweet potatoes. The combination of sweet and salty, smoky and rich is perfect and a dollop of cool sour cream […] Read Full Post