Matcha Shamrock Shake Knockoff Recipe

Matcha Shamrock Shake Knockoff Recipe

    A few weeks ago, I was sick as a dog.  Multiple people told me that “something was going around.”  Well, that something was awful.  I don’t get sick very often, so I was even more awful.  And for some reason, I get a huge sweet tooth whenever I am sick. Okay, who am I kidding. I always have one. I think Shamrock Shakes were on my brain because of St. Patrick’s Day, and also everyone in my house was talking about how McDonald’s changed their shakes into “gourmet” shakes, which just means that they get to charge you … Continue Reading →
Bone Broth Soup Recipe – In a Slow Cooker

Bone Broth Soup Recipe – In a Slow Cooker

Our family frequently eats a whole chicken, usually once per week on Sundays during the winter time.  A whole chicken meal makes such an economical meal because you can get at least two meals out of a chicken.  For the second day, I usually make some type of soup with a chicken broth base.  This bone broth soup is so nutritious and yummy.  You can use this recipe for a variety of different things: chicken stock, your chicken recipes, and medicine — how about making your own, homemade chicken noodle soup for the cold & flu season? Continue Reading →
30 Incredibly Sweet Easter Foods to Make

30 Incredibly Sweet Easter Foods to Make

Easter is one the best crafty times of year, even above Valentine’s Day (my favorite holiday) and Christmas, but other than sewing or making crafts (especially for the children) or hiding Easter eggs for the kids (usually with some money in the plastic eggs for the kids), I don’t go all out with making food.  So these sweet Easter foods are totally awesome!! None of these tutorials are for dyeing Easter eggs — only for some yummy treats.  I’m in awe of the creativity and thoughtfulness of these Easter foods. 🙂  Hoppy Easter, everyone! Continue Reading →