How to Make Homemade Bath Bombs!

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If you don’t have a slow cooker I think this recipe alone is worth the $25 or $30 investment (we use this basic, inexpensive slow cooker). We have tested these pork tacos on quite a lot of people (including our dinner club guests), and it gets rave reviews every time! I’ve also already shared an

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I am excited to share with you our very first professionally made video, or “vlog” as some call it! There was just no better way to show you how we do set up for school lunch around here to ensure school mornings go as smoothly as possible. So enjoy (and be sure to check out the video notes just below). P.S. You’ll get a sneak peak of our new logo coming soon!

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here are a lot of these “foods to avoid” lists floating around the internet I so was inspired to make a list of my own. Highly Processed Foods and Ingredients to Avoid: Artificial ingredients This includes both synthetic dyes (like FD&C Red No. 40, Tartrazine, or Blue No. 1) and artificial sweeteners (like saccharin, aspartame, or sucralose). When you look at the history of food artificial ingredients haven’t been around all that long, and I don’t know about you, but I am not interested in being the guinea pig here. Plus the fact that artificial dyes require a warning label in many countries outside of the U.S. is enough of a deal breaker for me. Instead: Look for dyes that come from natural sources (like paprika, saffron, or annatto) or forget the coloring all together (it’s only for aesthetics). When it comes to sweeteners pick those that come from natural sources (like honey, maple syrup, and even sugar) over the artificial stuff, but always consume them in moderation (see #2).sugar packets

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By blog team member, Kiran. To learn more about Kiran, check out our team page! I’ve been seeing commercials recently for Sargento Balanced Breaks, and it got me thinking. First off, I think this is a fairly good alternative for on-the-go snacking. Cheese, nuts, and dried fruit mean you’re g

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This flavor-forward dish is a makeover of one of my husband’s childhood favorites. I replaced the can of cream of mushroom soup and mayonnaise with a creamy homemade sauce instead, and – my whole family agrees – the outcome does not disappoint!

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Just in time for the holidays we’ve got an awesome giveaway for you that includes three great brands you’ll love for your kitchen! As you may already know, we’re fans of our giveaway sponsor, Little Green Pouch, which offers reusable food pouches for kids of all ages (and adults – why not?).

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