It's not uncommon for families to eat non-nutritious food these days. With everyone working and running around, who really has time to cook anymore? The way to keep healthy food in your family's diet is to learn quick and easy ways to make delicious and nutritious one-dish meals that everyone can enjoy with little preparation needed.
Raspberry Chicken Salad
2 six-ounce cans chicken breast in water, drained 1/2 cup raspberry... Read More
Entertaining friends and family in your home is a much bigger undertaking than many people realize. While it may seem like a more "low-key" option than going out, in reality, there are a lot of things that go into a successful dinner party. It's no wonder that a host can easily get carried away and spend more money than intended. To help combat this trend, read on for tips to help you plan an entertaining, original dinner party without... Read More
Make this Mother's Day unforgettable with one of these breakfast menus, or use your imagination and substitute.
Quick and easy but delicious, the breakfast casserole is put together the night before. A delicious cantaloupe smoothie and easy muffins make this breakfast memorable.
Western Ham and Egg Casserole Make this casserole the night before, then refrigerate and pop it in the oven in the morning.... Read More
One of the best things that you can do for your diet involves -- at least to some extent -- eating with the seasons. By looking at those foods that are ripe and readily available and bringing in a style of eating that's closer to what our ancestors would have eaten, it's possible to create a fall recipe menu that is fresh, nutritious and that the whole family will enjoy.
In order to create a fall recipe menu using seasonal fall foods,... Read More
If you're watching what you eat, then one of the biggest pitfalls can be eating in a restaurant, especially with friends or significant others. When dining out, call the restaurant or get a menu online ahead of time. Many restaurants publish their entire menu online or have copies available for you to take home. Call ahead if you have questions about how food is prepared - whether fried, cooked in butter or prepared in other... Read More
If you have a picky eater, mealtime can make you feel like you want to pull your hair out. It is very frustrating for parents to watch their child only fiddle with their food at dinner or not even touch it, claiming they "don't like it." Then what happens? Thirty minutes later guess who is hungry? You guessed it. Your little picky eater.
Jamie's mother was concerned about Jamie's lack of interest in... Read More
As Easter draws near, we're often left scrambling trying to find the right ham recipe for Easter dinner, or even the right demi-glaze to make for that ham. What about dessert? Surely you're going to need a great dessert recipe, right?
Use these surefire recipes for your next family gathering and enjoy the feast that is sure to come.
Cinnamon Pork Roast Serves 6 Ingredients:
3-1/2 to 4... Read More
Dinner is the last meal of the day and a time when families can get together and discuss their day. It is also a hectic meal for busy moms who are just getting off of work or who have been busy with other activities all day. If you are a busy mom or you know a busy mom, here are some menu planning tips to help make dinner meals easy and even fun.
1. Schedule your meals a week in advance. This is one of the most important planning... Read More