Egg Recipes from the Hearth and Soul Hop

Egg Recipes

Welcome to another Hearth and Soul Hop, the food carnival for and about food that not only nourishes our bodies, but our souls! This week I am featuring egg recipes from last week’s contributors to the Hearth and Soul Hop. Whether you have extra hard boiled eggs in your fridge or leftover eggs, you will

Dairy-Free Whipped Cream Recipe

Dairy-Free Whipped Cream Recipe using Almondmilk

I have mentioned many times before that my oldest son is lactose-intolerant.  Unfortunately, he is the one who likes dairy products more than any other member of the family. When I  make Vanilla Whipped Cream, I can tell that it is painful for him to have to skip it. So I set out to make

Peanut Butter Pudding Recipe Using Silk Almondmilk & Eco-Kit Giveaway!

Peanut Butter Pudding recipe using Silk Almondmilk

I have shared in the past that we drink Silk Almondmilk. We started drinking it because my oldest son is lactose intolerant. The rest of the family fell in love with the great taste and drink it because we enjoy the taste of Almondmilk. I discovered another great reason to like Silk Almondmilk last week

10 Recipes to Use Up Leftover Ham + 5 Ways to Use a Ham Bone

10 Recipes to use up leftover ham plus 5 ways to use a ham bone

I usually serve either  Ham with a Honey Mustard Sauce or Ham with an Orange-Spice Glaze for Easter dinner. No matter how small of a ham I buy or how many people I invite over, I always end up with leftover ham. Fortunately, I happen to like leftover ham and so does my family. While I enjoy

How to Make Hollow Chocolate Easter Eggs

Pipe names on the hollow chocolate Easter eggs

Here’s an Easter treat that is decorative, delicious, and filled with whatever you please. A hollow chocolate egg can hold jelly beans, chocolate eggs, marshmallow bunnies, or even money. You can even leave both sides of the egg in the molds while you fill them with fudge, and then assemble the egg once the fudge

Seafood Recipes from the Hearth and Soul Hop

Easy Crab Linguine 
via The 21st Century Housewife

  Welcome to another Hearth and Soul Hop, the food carnival for and about food that not only nourishes our bodies, but our souls! This week I am featuring seafood recipes from last week’s contributors to the Hearth and Soul Hop. Seafood Recipes Easy Crab Linguine / The 21st Century Housewife Seafood Casserole / Miz Helen’s

Ham and Asparagus Frittata – A Quick & Easy Weeknight Dinner Recipe

Ham and Asparagus Fritatta Recipe

Enjoying dinner together as a family is an important aspect in staying connected with one another despite the busyness of our daily activities. I like to start family time as I am preparing dinner by putting on dance music. The kids help me and we “Twist and Shout” while cooking and setting the table. To

Post-Workout Smoothie Recipe to Cleanse and Detox

Post-Workout Smoothie Recipe

You know that feeling right after you finish a workout, like you can take on the world? Sure your muscles might be taxed, but the gratification you feel for pushing yourself, for having a great yoga session, for beating your bestie at tennis — whatever it is — can’t be bottled. But you can fill

20 Weight Watchers Lunch Recipes

20 Satisfying Weight Watchers Lunch Recipes

Working at home should allow me to easily create healthy lunches. Unfortunately I tend to neglect myself and often end up munching on the leftovers from my son’s lunch – crusts of peanut butter sandwiches and partially eaten apples. Gross, I know. But not unheard of among stay-at-home and work-at-home moms. As part of my

Banana Coconut Cookies

Banana Coconut Cookies Recipe

   If you are tired of using your overripe bananas for loads of banana bread these tropical flavor inspired cookies are a delicious alternative.  Sweet and decadent with a soft and light texture. Sometimes its difficult to find a substitute for baked goods that doesn’t contain flour,  especially when it comes to cookies. After experimenting with