Before I get into the weekend’s festivities, I wanted to throw out a little humor. I saw this on Instagram and just had to share. I literally laughed out loud to myself. We had a great weekend with some sweet friends and their babies and family at a birthday party! Corey had a blast at
You wanna make some fast friends? Make this and feed it to people. The savory crust + the sweet caramelized onions + the salty bacon make this breakfast quiche (or lunch or dinner) one of my top favorites to make! (And it’s given me some extra friends, too.) This little number is also freezer friendly!
If you’re looking for a do-ahead crowd pleaser, look no further, my friend. This lovely pan of delicious is extremely easy to make and can be stored in the fridge until you’re ready to chow down (if you can wait that long). So, I can’t post this recipe without getting a little sentimental. I made
Our string of bad luck continued this week. Corey and Jon both got a nasty rotavirus, so they were pretty pitiful for about 4 days this week. Luckily, I’m rota-free at the moment [probably just jinxed myself], so I’m definitely looking forward to a fun-filled weekend of Easter eggs, Jesus, and a sweet two-year-old’s birthday
I love me a good ole poached egg. They’re healthy (about 70 calories), delicious, and super easy once you get the hang of it. I looooove the ooey goodness that spills out when you cut into a perfectly cooked poached egg. There’s nothing like it. First things first – you don’t want your water to