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I am excited to share with you this easy banana chips recipe that is Paleo and Gluten Free. They are a fun way to enjoy bananas! They satisfy my crunchy craving without having to reach for unhealthy chips!What you need: Bananas Lemons A brush to apply the lemon juice Parchment PaperChop up the bananas into a variety of sizes.  Above you can see I did several...

  I have seen ideas on Pinterest on making cute rice krispie snowmen (or rice crispy snowmen as I like to call them). I just had to try this with my little guys. It was fun but more challenging than I had anticipated. I want to spare you the trouble I had, so here is the easy rice crispy snowman recipe and steps that worked for us. Rice Crispy Recipe:6 cups...

I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and their client. . It is officially summer and that means the kids are home. They are already using the phrase “mom I’m bored!” I decided to put an end to that today by trying a new summer time snack that included the kids from the beginning to the end. After putting on my creative hat I came up with two very fun and yummy snack ideas but I needed the kids to help with the...

Do you remember a few weeks ago when I shared my health report with you? It was life changing! I have started changing the way I eat and I am seeing real results! I could not find a perfect diet or meal plan that worked for me so I put some of the ideas together and created my own. Y’all I have lost 14 pounds in 2 months! Some may say that is dangerous or say that it will all come back. That is ok. I know it is not dangerous. The way I was living before WAS dangerous! I am really not doing anything crazy. I am actually feeding my body...

Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays since becoming a mom. I love to surprise them on the days up to Valentine’s Day with fun crafts, little treats and things they just don’t expect. This craft would be perfect for popping a little note into a lunch box or backpack. I haven’t figured out how to get a small candy to stick inside of them yet, but I’m working on it! I adapted this project from Martha Stewart for ease, I think doing it with the changes I made makes it a little simpler than the instructions...

  Chicken pot is comforting, filling and a fantastic way to use up leftover buts of chicken and bags of partially used frozen vegetables. This pot pie is completely from scratch and is an absolute snap to make. I leave potatoes out of my pot pie, opting instead to serve it over a bad of creamy mashed potatoes and a drizzling of chicken gravy. The cooked pies freeze so well that you might consider making one large one for dinner and several smaller ones for lunched to freeze. I have included instructions on how to do the pocket pies...

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