Light & Fluffy Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Baked Omelette

I like to make various breakfast casseroles to store in the fridge for the week because breakfast is a meal that I need to have stick with me for longer than an hour. I usually find that compared to lighter cereals and bars, I feel nourished longer with something more filling. In addition to my … Continue reading Light & Fluffy Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Baked Omelette

7 Simple Truth Snacks to Bring toYour Next Family Outting

It's summer. The twins are almost three and now we feel like we can go out and do more with them confidently compared to when we had to infants or even two "just-turned-two-year-olds". Then we added another baby into the mix. Welcome to our summer of "three under three". However, taking the kids out now … Continue reading 7 Simple Truth Snacks to Bring toYour Next Family Outting

Foolproof Simple Truth Crunchy Broccoli Salad

I love a good crunchy side dish. With summer here, I especially love eating as much light and fresh tasting food as I can get. This side dish broccoli salad is as easy to make as it is tasty. It's so easy that it's foolproof. Really! My measurements come with a lot of "ishs" because it's … Continue reading Foolproof Simple Truth Crunchy Broccoli Salad

Mother’s Day Breakfast for Under $10

We had my parents and my grandmother come over last weekend for Mother’s Day. It was easier to have everyone over at our house so that we wouldn’t have to pack up the kids and then we could get them down for a nap afterward without them falling asleep in the car. If our daughter … Continue reading Mother’s Day Breakfast for Under $10

Crustless Mini Quiches

A Tasty Breakfast or Snack For a quick snack with protein or a breakfast with a side of toast, these crustless Mini Quiches are pretty tasty! Like with most things I make, I might whip up a batch on a Sunday for a fresh breakfast and then reheat servings as the week goes on. This … Continue reading Crustless Mini Quiches

6 Ways to Save With Kroger ClickList

If you're not sure about the added cost of including the Kroger ClickList into you grocery shopping routine, here are six ways I have found that using ClickList has actually saved me money (and tons of time) in the long run. While the service free for an order pickup is $4.95, there are many ways … Continue reading 6 Ways to Save With Kroger ClickList

The Fresh Side of Private Selection

The box arrived! I love getting the My Magazine Sharing Network kits in the mail. I really looked forward to this one too because I am excited to try out the vegetable ribbon cutter. My Magazine Sharing Network About a year ago, I was invited to join Kroger's My Magazine Sharing Network. Since then, I've … Continue reading The Fresh Side of Private Selection

Plane Carry On Bag for Toddler

My family is traveling to Walt Disney World in just a little over four weeks and so I have been putting some thought into packing for the trip. With work, kids, and the home to keep up with, planned trips always seem to sneak up on us and therefore packing can become rushed. Packing that … Continue reading Plane Carry On Bag for Toddler

Banana Bread Baked Oatmeal

UPDATE: The measurement for oats has been changed as of 5/13/18. I wrote it down incorrectly (one cup extra) when it was first published. Can you believe that? It must have been after a sleepless night with my newborn... We are always in need of a filling, nutritious breakfast, and having one that's ready to … Continue reading Banana Bread Baked Oatmeal