My daughter started preschool recently, and my first concern was: what the heck am I going to pack her for lunch? Packing her preschool lunches bento box-style has been a lifesaver. I’m excited to share 33 different bento box lunch ideas to help you pack quick, yummy lunches for picky eaters!
I don’t have it all figured out, but I have managed to find a sweet spot of cooking (almost) all of our meals within a $100 per week grocery budget. Here are my 14 secrets.
My kids LOVE helping in the kitchen, even if it makes a recipe take twice as long (and the kitchen gets twice as dirty). We pulled up our kitchen helper and dug into our first Kidstir box. Here’s our experience using the Kidstir recipe cards with a 2 and 3.5-year-old.
Have you noticed the meat at the grocery store has gone down in quality in recent years? I set out to see if Rastelli’s sustainably sourced meat delivery service is a worthwhile alternative.
Breakfast is difficult to manage as a busy mom. Here are 10 family-friendly, simple to prepare, and affordable breakfast ideas.
I’ve tried several recipes and have meshed and fine-tuned the process into a science. We call it our “Parr House” banana bread.
I reserve the frittata breakfast for when we have fresh vegetables or cooked meat in the fridge that need to be used up. Frittatas are perfect for reducing food waste in your kitchen.
teel cut oats can take a long time to cook, but when you use the Instant Pot, you don’t have to babysit it. Just put your ingredients in the pot, close the lid, and go about your morning.
I got this baked blueberry oatmeal recipe from YouTube mom Julia Pacheco. I love her videos – she often does crockpot meals, if you want to follow her – and this breakfast recipe looked amazing.
I love this berry kiwi smoothie (and so do my kids). It’s simple, healthy, and tasty.