Know the best way to find kid-friendly meals to make – even for picky eaters? Ask the kids.  I asked my seven-year-old picky eater granddaughter when it was her turn for a pandemic summer visit, “What’s your favorite meals?” She didn’t even have to think about it… Macaroni Spaghetti ToastRead More →

Use your creativity with food and family activities during this pandemic summer. Come up with simple indoor or outdoor activities for the kids in your family. Make your kids’ (or grandkids’) day by having a picnic with them in the back yard. Bake a relative’s favorite cake recipe like this pineapple glazed cake made with a seven-minute white frosting . As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, soRead More →

Check out this super easy way to make sweet potato patties on your low carb diet. You’ve landed on this page probably because of one of these reasons: You are looking for a sweet potato recipe You are on a low-carb diet and need to find more low-carb foods You love sweet potatoes You want to learn different ways to cook sweet potatoes If you’re here for the recipe, click the photo to jump to the recipe: If you want to know how to cook sweet potatoes in a slow cooker, click here. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to makeRead More →

What foods should you serve your grandkids? Meal planning for grandchildren makes life fun and challenging at the same time. Make it easy for yourself. Serve your grandkids simple meals, like chicken soup, that are healthy, tasty, and fun to eat. Provide breakfast, lunch, dinner – and snacks. Ask the kids’ parents what they prefer that their children eat. Find out if there are any foods the parents absolutely do not want them to have, and stay away from those. Don’t want to cook? Take them out to kid-friendly restaurants. My grands love it when I take them out. Breakfast is my favorite meal. SometimesRead More →

  Start your day with a spinach and cheese omelet stuffed with bacon for breakfast. This bacon omelet is satisfying and will fill you up. Just add coffee, and you’re good to go. Want to skip past the blog post details for the recipe? As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you!   History of the Omelet – Did you Know? Did you know that Napoleon Bonaparte isRead More →

Make your day special by dining out at Another Broken Egg Cafe in Pearland, Texas if you’re visiting the area and craving breakfast. Shout out to my new foodie acquaintance, Tiffany, whom I met when driving for Lyft. She likes to try out new places like I do. Tiffany and I have something in common – we love breakfast. She told me about Another Broken Egg Cafe which I had not been to yet but had wanted to try it out. She convinced me, and I went. Tiffany, it was a pleasure meeting you. Thank you for a thumbs up on trying out this wonderful cafe.Read More →

Make healthier recipes like this kitchen garden omelet by growing an organic garden and cooking from your own kitchen garden. Using vegetables and herbs straight from your home garden is about the most organic way (provided you don’t use toxic pesticides) to make your own home-cooked meals. Add chickens to your yard, and eat organic eggs for even more healthy meals. Eggs are filling and satisfying on any morning. When eating a nutritious omelet for breakfast or brunch, it helps to make it through the day until dinner.   Want to skip the details for the recipe? Click here:Read More →

Orange breakfast scones with this yummy orange glaze are definitely for the sweet treat lover. And the icing is homemade powdered sugar. I’ve wanted to make orange scones for years but just never have – until now. This was an experiment. There is a particular orange scone I used to order every chance I could at a Barnes and Noble cafe in the Midwest. Want to zip past the details to the recipe? Click here: Every time my family and I would head back to the South, no Barnes and Noble Cafe would ever have the same orange scone. They might would have the orange-cranberryRead More →