Don't let one of the best seasons of the year be ruined by overly sugary snacks and treats, here are some delicious options that your family will love!
Happy October, everyone! I hope this fall has been a beautiful season for you and your family. Fall is such a fun season, don't you think? You get to get dressed up, decorate your home, visit pumpkin patches, carve jack-o-lanterns, explore corn mazes, go apple picking, and several other fun fall activities. But the one thing that can spoil it all is the huge amounts of sugary candies and treats that seem to overload this time of year. That can be scarier than any ghost story or haunted house! But don't worry! I have found some very delicious and fun alternatives for you and your family that won't ruin your fun fall activities or get in the way of eating the rainbow!
I did a little digging and found these very fun and delicious recipes for you and your family to try during this spooky season. I just know they're going to be a hit! I would love if you would try them out and let me know what you think. Enjoy!
Candy Corn Popsicles!
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Surprise Pumpkin Cookies
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I hope you enjoy these fun and spooky treats, and I can't wait to hear how you decided to decorate your cookies! Until next time, enjoy this beautiful fall weather and don't let those sugary treats spoil your fun!
It's just a simple seed, right? One of the oldest grains in the world might be the key to your best health yet, and it is so simple to add to almost any recipe!
Hello Friends! How is it already September? I hope your little ones have enjoyed their first few weeks back at school, and you're enjoying the last (very warm) summer days! Did you enjoy my recipes last month? This month we are going to be talking about one of my favorite items to cook and bake with, Flax Seeds! Again, these little seeds haven't just been a trend in recent years. They are one of the oldest superfoods in the world and have a really interesting history.
These little seeds have been cultivated as early as 3000 BC in Babylon. They were cultivated in ancient Egypt and China and played a huge role in Asian medicines for thousands of years. Powerful leaders like Charles the Great and Charlemagne ordered their subjects and warriors to eat them for their incredible nutrients. They were once called "Linum Usitatissimum" meaning the most useful, and for good reason.
Today these seeds are categorized as a superfood and called one of the most powerful plant foods on the planet. Rightfully so!
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