Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes

Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes - Who Needs a Cape?

For a healthy fast breakfast, make Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes ahead of time and freeze until you need them.  I don’t have a regular from scratch recipe I use, I just use one of my favorite mixes and then I add the bananas and peanut butter.  Most of the time I will have to add a bit more milk than the recipe on the box to bring the batter back to the right consistency. My favorite thing about these pancakes {Read More}

How to Freeze Fresh Veggies

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  We are supposed to be getting some nasty cold weather in the next few days. So we have been busy busy harvesting what could be harvested from our garden and trying to cover and protect what isn’t ready yet for harvest. Which lead to me having about 30 carrots and an over abundance of fresh green beans. There was no way we would be able to eat all of it before it spoiled, so to the interweb I went {Read More}

Throw Back Thursday ~ Cattle Drive Casserole


Taking a break from all things pumpkin today…fall is also the time when casseroles and chili and good old comfort foods come out in my house!  Which leads me to Lori’s DELISH Cattle Drive Casserole!  YUM YUM YUM (if you want to pin the original ~ Here you Go!!!)  Enjoy this delish dinner – your family will thank you! ~ Heather Okay, so there’s some explanation behind the name of Cattle Drive Casserole.  First off, I found a recipe on Pinterest {Read More}

California Raisin Lady Bugs

California Raisins: Sweet. Naturally

California Raisins are one of my kids’ favorite snacks. They are great because they travel well are a healthy and naturally sweet! Plus, raisins offer 9% of your daily fiber and potassium, and 6% of your daily iron. That’s pretty amazing for a little box of raisins with just that one ingredient… RAISINS. No sugar added or any other weird preservatives and economical compared to other dried fruit. Now one of our favorite things to make with California Raisins are {Read More}

DIY Candy Corn Pine Cones

DIY Candy Corn Pine Cones

DIY Candy Corn Pine Cones is an idea that was part of last fall’s project line-up at my house, but the initial execution didn’t go as planned … it happens sometimes in the land of DIY. But I didn’t give up on the idea and just shelved it until now, after I’ve had some time to re-think where I went wrong and how I could improve the process. Last year I tried to achieve the candy corn look by hand-painting {Read More}