I can’t believe it works as well as it does…truly! But I’ve found it – the best dairy free buffalo chicken dip that you could ever ask for. It’s soooo easy to make (I made it in my crock pot!) and you would never know it’s dairy free! It’s JUST as good as classic buffalo chicken dip!
This stuff is perfect for game days, get togethers, or just cold days where you want to sit inside and veg out. And it makes amazing leftovers! You can eat it as the fabulous chicken dip that it is…or you can add it to tacos for a fun change of pace.
If you’re looking for non-dairy appetizers, especially non-dairy game day appetizers, THIS IS IT. This recipe is such a crowd pleaser and I guarantee they won’t know it’s dairy free!
My son is a seriously, seriously picky eater. He has been for…well, basically forever. The agony of trying to get new foods in him is something I never imagined! And for every hour I spend trying to get him to eat new foods, I spend another hour convincing myself that pretzels might actually be nutritious.
I don’t like forcing him, which is fine because that never works anyways. So over the past few years I have tried tons of strategies to get him to eat more. Some have worked, some have failed. What I can tell you is that I have yet to find a magic bullet that can transform my picky eater into a foodie. So don’t beat yourself up if your child only eats goldfish and bread. It’s not ideal, but it’s also not unusual. You’re not alone!
So the strategies that you’re about to read are what have worked for a picky eater who is still a picky eater – but with a little more variety. Because this is reality!
Give these strategies a try to see if you can add even just one or two new things to your picky eater’s diet:
I am not usually a big recipe poster, but I am absolutely obsessed with these vegan muffins! Not only are they vegan, but they manage to squeeze in a surprising amount of healthy stuff without tasting like they’re actually made of fruit, vegetables, and legumes. So much so that my son who is notoriously picky loooooves them.
I bet I’m not the first to tell you that if you quit your morning Starbucks habit, you’ll have over $1,000 in your pocket by the end of the year. We all know this, so we’ve all done the same thing. We’ve purchased a Keurig and we make our coffee at home…which means we’re all trying to figure out where to find cheap K-cups.
Even with the cost of K-cups, it is worth keeping the Keurig. The convenience, cleanliness, variety, and ease are unmatched. And like I already said, it IS way cheaper than actually going out for coffee.
So, to keep the habit cost-effective, where exactly can you find cheap K-cups? (And more importantly, where can you find Starbucks K-Cups that don’t cost $1 a pop?)
This year is packed full of goals for me, one of which is to drastically cut my grocery bill… ideally in half. My husband and I are pretty good at not splurging on fancy restaurants, or even eating out a lot, yet still our grocery bill is by far the largest bill we’ve got (aside from the mortgage).
So after the holidays died down, I got to work…and holy moly, what a pleasant surprise! I made a few big (but ultimately easy) changes and the results were phenomenal – I saved over $500 the first month of my attempts! As far as I’m concerned, that’s the same as making $500/month, so I couldn’t be happier.
So here’s what I did (and what you should do) to cut $500 off the grocery bill this month:
Seven layer cookies are possibly my favorite cookies of all-time. They are surprisingly easy to make, but your guests will think you are Julia Child when they eat these.
They are rich, delicious, and absolutely perfect for the holiday season. THIS is what I will definitely be making. 😉
It’s a pretty fool-proof recipe, so odds are you can’t mess this one up. (more…)
I have to admit, I get sick of pumpkin spice flavors pretty quickly once Fall hits. But when a friend made me this pumpkin pie martini in early November, I LOVED it. It’s perfect for this time of year, especially as Thanksgiving starts to approach, and is amazing if you’re a sucker for creamy martinis (even though there’s no added cream!).