Image via Wikipedia Banana breads has been one of my girls’ favorite treats since they were very young. Pretty healthy too! Ingredients: 1 cup banana, […]
Image via Wikipedia This recipe would make a wonderful Sunday brunch meal! Ingredients: 1 lb cooking apples, peeled, cored and chopped Juice of 1 lemon […]
Image via Wikipedia Another great Lunchtime article! Enjoy! Don’t look now, but school’s here! Are you ready for one of the biggest challenges for Moms […]
Image by stevendepolo via Flickr Another great baked veggie dish that will bring a smile to the faces of everyone at the family dinner table! […]
Another unique and healthy meal that the kids will love (as long as you don’t tell them there’s spinach in there!). We’re making Popeye proud today!
Children can learn to do household chores at a young age. Even toddlers can be taught to pick up their clothes and toys and put them away.
Preschool-aged children should be doing a wider variety of household chores. In our home, I keep my preschoolers’ chore list short and simple, but they have come a long way in learning to clean up after themselves.
Where to buy: www.amazon.com Summertime is here and with it come ice-cream and frozen desserts. The author of the “Perfect Scoop”, David Lebovitz, puts his […]
Image by jmacphoto.com via Flickr Great for the whole family, this is a different “look” at popcorn! Makes a great accompaniment to soup too! Ingredients: […]
Many parents look forward to the beginning of a new school year. However, many parents also they dread the prospects of back-to-school shopping. Some parents are experts at the basics of back-to-school shopping while others struggle with it. You can use some of these tips for back-to-school shopping so you can get the job done without struggling.
Here are a few lunch and snack ideas from Dining On A Dime Cookbook to help out.
*To keep drinks cold in lunch boxes, pour a small amount in the bottom of the container (not glass) and then set the cap loosely on top. Put it in the freezer overnight. The next day fill with the rest of the drink. The ice should slowly melt all day long, keeping the beverage cool.
*Save the catsup and mustard packets and napkins you don’t use fr