Chicken, Tomatillo, and Bean Chili; Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free Recipe

Chicken, Tomatillo, Bean Chili - Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free Nut Free Recipe

Well, you can congratulate me :) I got through the entire summer without posting any new healthy recipes! IIn my mind I have hopes that this delicious Chicken Tomatillo Chili will be the first of a few this fall but my track record is not that great! I have been sooooo busy, and because I've been busy, I haven't been experimenting in the kitchen much and have been "cheating" a lot.  My household is always gluten free, dairy free (we I am at least), soy free, and nut free - even when we're busy … [Read more...]

Changing a Toddlers Diet for Better Dental Health

Changing Toddlers Diet Dental

I haven't been posting much the last year or so because my husband and my business has taken off and it, and managing it, along with a very active 3 year old, keeps me pretty busy. Today on a whim, I decided to take a look at the blog traffic and noticed that it was 1/10th of what it once was - boo! No new content means no new or returning readers.  I'm going to try and change that! During my little hiatus, most of me and my families diets have stayed the same, some things have changed. I have … [Read more...]

Sweet Pepper and Onion Relish Speckled Deviled Eggs; Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free Recipe

Eggs Deviled Pepper Relish (4)

Easter's on it's way and my little one has been asking me multiple times a day when the Easter bunny with be here.  With most of my family out of town for the holidays, my husband, son, and Grandma will be heading over to Greenfield Village for their opening weekend to check out the 1800s Easter celebration and hopefully catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny himself (who will be wandering the park, riding the Model T cars, horse drawn carriages, and train). We plan on packing a allergy friendly … [Read more...]

Leek and Cauliflower Soup

Leek and Cauliflower Soup (4)

This soup is so light and flavorful. It's great as a starter, a snack, paired with a salad for a light lunch, etc. It freezes perfectly! I freeze mine in pint sizes mason jars for single sized portions that I can reheat quickly on the stove. We've has quite the week here at our house....I'll spare you the details but will tell you, we were all pretty under the weather (I actually think this is the first time in our 10 years that my husband has had a fever).  After a week like that I'm left with … [Read more...]