Posts From Laura

Sides

Baked Brussels Sprouts and Cheese

I grew up hating Brussels sprouts so it’s always a joke to me how much I love them now. In fact, my whole family loves them even my daughter. As

Winter

Sweet Potato Muffins

I hate myself when I don’t make a batch of muffins on the weekend. The self loathing is real every morning when I go to reach for something easy or

Soups

Carrot Ginger Soup

I read a post recently on a mom’s site that said when your kids get older you may find yourself in your head more and the physical exhaustion of little

Recipes

The School Year Survival Cookbook Series: Turning leftovers into Tacos.

We don’t need to wait until Tuesday to make tacos – we’re turning last night’s chili into tonight’s fantastic tacos! We love when one effort in the kitchen can turn

Recipes

The School Year Survival Cookbook Video Series: Turning our Shepard’s Pie recipe into mini lunch box pies.

We’re back with another video that supports our latest cookbook: The School Year Survival Cookbook. This time we’re turning our Sweet Potato Shepards Pie filling into mini pies that are

Lunch

Spicy Black Bean Enchilada Cups

This school lunch idea is what happens when you ask yourself “what in the hell am I making her for lunch today?” Scarlett normally jumps at most any idea for

Winter

Pastry Pockets with Turkey, Sweet Potato and Cranberry (Thanksgiving Leftovers)

Everyone puts so much thought into their Thanksgiving holiday menu. I’m one of those people. However, do you bother to think about what to do with all the leftovers? It’s

pork

Creamy Fusilli Pasta with Sausage and Sun Dried Tomatoes

I owe you an apology. This recipe has been hanging around my kitchen for two years and I haven’t shared it until now. I kind of shared it. I had

Poultry

Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken

I get a lot of questions about how do I come up with recipes. Initially, we were very methodical about the kinds of recipes we developed. Back in 2010 when

Dinner

Sheet Pan Black Bean and Sweet Corn Quesadilla

I need you to bookmark this recipe. Tag it. Print it out and stick it somewhere, anywhere because you’re going to want to make it. Like really want to make