I’m not quite sure when it’s socially appropriate, but I hung my fall wreath up on my front door. ? And, I ordered off Dunkin’ Donuts seasonal menu today. Stop judging, you know you already drank a Pumpkin Spice Latte. ✋?
If you read this blog, you know I love to cook and my motto is that I like to hold the day down with snacks. As long as my kids have a full belly, everybody is happy. Here are a few easy, affordable and healthy snack ideas for your child’s lunch box.
Long sweaters, leggings, tall boots, changing leaves and pumpkins. All the pumpkin. Sounds glorious, no? I am ready. ?? I love me summer, really I do, but I cannot turn off my excitement for Autumn. It’s just a beautiful time of year and I look forward to it most out of all the seasons.
Dunkin’ Donuts sells 60 cups of coffee per second. I knew we all ran on Dunkin’, but I had no idea we drank that much coffee. Fascinating. Let’s keep that streak going tomorrow on Iced Coffee Day!
The campaign launched in 2010. And since then, Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees have raised nearly $775,000 for the children’s hospital. That’s a whole lotta java!
Springtime. One of the most wonderful times of the year! To me, springtime means sunglasses, fresh flowers in the yard, car rides and iced coffee.
No matter the holiday, I always love to have Spinach Artichoke Dip. It’s just one of those dishes that is an instant crowd pleaser and it doesn’t hurt that it’s super easy to make. Not only is this recipe nutritious, but your kids may enjoy it, too, because of its creamy texture.
Offer me pie and I promise I won’t turn you down. I love it so much that I stick candles on top of one every year for my birthday. I recently was invited to tour the new pastry shop, CAKE by Franck, inside Foxwoods and of course, I said “when should I be there?!”
If you love chicken soup and don’t want to babysit a pot on your stove, then this recipe is for you. It’s simple and flavorful and could feed a small army. Just kidding, it serves six, but either way, dinner is served!
If you took a peek into our fridge, you’d find several brands of hot sauce, Sriracha and red chili sauce. Who am I? I was once so obsessed with ketchup my parents forced me to give it up for Lent. Mostly because I kept getting it on my clothes, but also because I put it on everything.
This was my first time creating a menu for a new holiday. The easy thing would be for me to order take-out, but we’re going for fun, not easy! This homemade Lo Mein will bring your Chinese New Year’s feast full circle and your family’s bellies will thank you for it.