Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread

February 12, 2019

Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread Hey Babes! Valentine’s Day is a day for sweets and I’m pretty sure calories don’t count either, so boy oh boy do I have a recipe for you.  And, this is kid tested and simple as can be.  You ready?  Today I’m sharing with you my Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread Recipe.   This only takes 6 ingredients, 10 minutes to prepare and 30 minutes to bake.  It is ooey and gooey and oh, so yummy.  You are going to love it!   How to make Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread: Recipe from here. Ingredients: 3-8 ounce packages buttermilk biscuits 1 cup sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 cup butter (2 sticks) 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1 tsp vanilla Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread Step 1: Prepare your favorite (and cutest) baking dish or bundt pan by greasing it with cooking spray or butter.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread Step 2: Cut each biscuit into our equal sized pieces Valentine’s Day Monkey Bread Step 3: In a bowl, combine 1 C sugar and 2 tsp cinnamon. 

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8 Healthy Snacks and Fun Activities for Kids this Summer!

June 25, 2018

Hey guys!! I’m so excited to be partnering with Popsicle today and sharing some of our family’s very favorite summer snacks and activities to do at home with the kids. You guys know I’ve got a lot of little ones running around and it’s not always so easy to leave the house. We’ve set up some fun things in our yard that keep the tiny humans happy and entertained and so far, it’s been an awesome summer.

Let’s dive into the snacks first!

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White Bean Chicken Chili — Summer Edition

June 7, 2018

WHITE BEAN CHICKEN CHILI — SUMMER EDITION! Okay loves, I’m back at it with the instant pot and still working on my goal of finding quick, easy, and healthy recipes. Today I’ve got a super yummy one for you from Eat.Drink.Love! This is one of those meals that takes you five minutes to get everything put in the instant pot and voila! in under one hour your dinner is ready!

Now I know what you might be thinking “chili… isn’t that a winter dish?” but today we’re breaking rules and eating chili in the offseason because we can! Also because this chili is totally fit for the summer because of its broth-base. It is light and fresh and doesn’t leave you feeling overwhelmingly full but rather sufficiently satisfied, perfect for the summer months. This chili is truly the best and easiest summer recipe that everyone in your fam will love, including the kids!

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