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Every single time I have made this pie and served it, either myself or kids or their friends stop in their tracks and while they Mmmmmmmm, you can see misting in their eyes. Honestly it is that good.

Within these bars are 2 cups of mix-ins that are completely up to you. Dried fruit, chocolate chips, chopped nuts, coconut, sunflower seeds, even granola or crispy rice cereal.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of One Pan Tacos.

A favorite in this house are my homemade sugar cookies. Gingersnaps, on the other hand, I have NEVER made.

It might be a little hot, but this is always the perfect time of year for a picnic...just get under a shade tree. And the perfect side dish to any picnic is potato salad.

Don’t you just love all the colorful produce at the farmer’s markets? What to make and how to savor all these wonderful flavors I will deeply miss come winter?

Are you all “burgered out?” I have the cure. Instead of grilling the same old plain burgers, add just a few ingredients to add some life to one of the most popular summertime foods.

At $6.00 for a family of 4-6, you can easily add bread and a salad and still stay under $10.00 for the entire meal…enjoy!

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Orzo Garlic Chicken.

Granola bars are a staple in my house. I first started making them 2 years ago when my relationship with food started to shift, to a more whole food, plant-based diet. Our family would go through boxes and boxes of granola bars...it was getting expensive. There had to be a better way! I was given this recipe during a recipe exchange, adapted it and made it my own, and have been making granola bars ever since.

I love recipes you can easily substitute ingredients you prefer or that use leftover vegetables.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Sweet Confetti Rice.

Portobello caps are delicious and incredibly versatile. Here’s just one easy, and yummy, way to enjoy them.

Looking for a healthy, well-rounded meal your family will enjoy?

This super easy recipe will make a good 14-15 shrimp, depending on size. If you used jumbo shrimp that would be one very good appetizer!

The entire meal of chicken (a leg and thigh per person,) corn and potatoes came in at approximately $7.25 for a family of 4.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Beef and Cabbage Casserole.

What if I told you that you could have homemade vanilla ice cream ready in five minutes without an ice cream machine?

Instead of offering watermelon wedges at your next party, create a tasty watermelon salad.