This rhubarb sauce recipe is simple to make in 20 minutes, with just 3 ingredients. It’s technically a rhubarb compote, meaning a chunky fruit sauce, but whatever you choose to call it, we know you’ll want to eat lots and lots of it. Pour over ice cream, stir it into yogurt, blend it into smoothies & more!
Kid friendly foods rich in nutrition & flavor
Turn the stringy guts of your Halloween pumpkin, into hearty, sweet, whole wheat pumpkin gut bread. You’ll never throw pumpkin guts away again!
If you’re looking for autumn in a bowl, this butternut squash soup recipe is just for you. We’ve brought it up from the archives, with a few updates, and I just have to share that my husband now happily eats squash and even lets me […]
This sweet potato casserole recipe was originally posted in 2012. I’ve updated it slightly and brought it up from the archives to share with you, because it’s one of our favorite Thanksgiving side dish recipes. I used to think I hated sweet potatoes. I’d try […]
This carrot tomato soup recipe is an update from the archives. Originally posted in July of 2012, it’s still a family favorite that I just made with some fresh picked tomatoes and carrots from our garden. This beautiful carrot tomato soup is slightly sweet and […]
I don’t like water. There I said it. I know that hydration is important, and even more important when you’re pregnant, but I just don’t like to drink water! I find it boring and flavorless and a chore to drink unless I’m actually extremely thirsty, […]
I spent last week in Atlanta talking with like minded people about the scary statistics related to childhood obesity and diabetes. One of the pet peeves that came up from several parents who are trying to get their own kids to eat healthy is the […]
August is HOT! I’ve always loved the heat and anxiously awaited the two months of summer that we get in Washington, but everything is different when I’m pregnant. I now get dizzy if the temperature is over 85 degrees, and have taken to wearing ice […]