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I have been looking for new way to cook Brussels sprouts for my family. After researching some different recipes, I decided to mix a few together and create my own! The bacon and mushrooms add a nice meatiness to the sprouts, while the cheese and butter help to unite all the flavors together.
Hope you enjoy!
Cheesy Bacon and Mushroom ...
I have a confession to make.
I do not like, cook with or eat Brussels sprouts (or so I thought!). Even though I know they are ''good for me'' and full of vitamin C, they are simply not a food I normally choose to eat. Growing up, my own mother never really made Brussels sprouts (sorry mom, the secret is out!). She made broccoli, green beans and ...
This month I am going to post sensational summer recipes that are kid-friendly and can be easily made at home or in the classroom. Today's post offers two naturally sweet but healthy beverage alternatives to the classic lemonade and sugary soft drinks.
This is a nice alternative to traditional lemonade and is healthier, ...
Over the next several weeks I will be researching and reporting on the definition, symptoms, causes and cures for the ever-growing Peanut Allergy.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the basic definition of the peanut allergy reads as follows:
Peanut allergy is common, especially in children. Peanut allergy symptoms can range from a minor irritation ...
Today's post is the final in my five-week Dairy Free series of posts and recipes! The focus of today's post includes: the factors that may increase a person's risk of developing a milk allergy, what anaphylaxis looks like and a delicious ''At-Home Baking Kit'' you can buy at your local store and is guaranteed dairy free!
The Mayo Clinic outlines ...
Today we will continue to explore the Dairy Allergy. Today's first topic focuses on the known causes of the allergy, based upon the research and writings of the Mayo Clinic:
''All true food allergies are caused by an immune system malfunction. Your immune system identifies certain milk proteins as harmful, triggering the production of ...
my current workplace, we have started a new monthly pot luck tradition for the
entire teaching and therapeutic staff. It has become a fun time to gather all the
staff together, share and swap recipes and enjoy the company and cooking of
others. In addition, each month's luncheon offers a different theme. This month
was an Irish theme ...
Now that the week is just about finished (Happy Friday!) and
St. Patty's Day is just a day away, I thought I would share some really simple
activities you can do at home with your little ones - and picky eaters! - to celebrate
this oh-so-green holiday!
Try Some Kid-Friendly GREEN foods!
Green Jell-O® Jigglers
Make lime GREEN Jell-O by ...
Today's post is full of yummy drink recipes for the little leprechauns in
Recipe 1: Rainbow Punch
You will need:
food coloring (several
white grape juice
clear colored cups (so you
can see the rainbow!)
About a day before you intend to make this punch, fill an ice cube ...
Welcome to March! I love March, as it lets us know that
SPRING is not too far away!
If you cannot tell, I am very tired of winter! Luckily it
seems as though March is entering
like a LAMB this year, as the temperatures are steadily holding in the 50s in
the northeast section of the country. As
many of you know, I enjoy making and ...