These do-it-yourself freezer packs are easy and inexpensive to make. They are perfect for an everyday lunch bag, keeping your food fresh and cool!
Packing a homemade lunches can be difficult because there are so many options to consider. What foods are you going to pack, how big of a lunch bag do you need, and most importantly how are you going to keep things fresh and cool.
Rich caramel flavor with a hint of smooth vanilla. This caramel vanilla syrup will bring Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts into your home!
I confess, I love flavored coffee, and Caramel is number one. I like it iced, frozen, and hot. It all depends on the weather really. Nothings better than a warm fresh cup of coffee while watching the morning dawn. It’s my time for spiritual contemplation.
Unfortunately my passion for flavored coffee came with a big price. Store bought bottled syrup was costing me a fortune. It was time to bring things into the homemade arena. …
These Easy No Bake Energy Bars are a great snack to tide you over until your next meal. Perfect for when you’re on the run, supplying long lasting energy without the sudden sugar crash.
I’m a new father. I’m a noob and will admit it freely. I’m learning very quickly that my little bubble world in which I’ve been living is evolving into a much faster paced environment. Between work, driving children to school, soccer practice, and church, it’s been easy for me to let a meal slip through the cracks. When this happens my energy levels suffer greatly.
A deep tomato flavor salsa with yellow onion and jalapeño heat undertones. Rounded off with a refreshing hint of lime juice and red wine vinegar.
Making salsa was the first leap I made into preparing homemade food. Our family loves fajitas, tacos, and chips dipped in salsa. We’ve purchased several jarred brands in the past, many of which we enjoyed, but they never seemed as fresh as the salsa we had while eating out. I mentioned this to a friend one day and they asked why I didn’t just make my own homemade salsa.