April 7, 2013

Saucy Sticky Rice

Sticky rice is traditionally served as an Asian dessert. If serving this for breakfast (which I love to do), you could add cooked quinoa, flax seed, or chia seed to increase the protein and health benefits.

Whether it’s sweet or savory, I love sauce! The first time I ever had sticky rice was in a Thai restaurant, and all I could …

September 23, 2010

Oatmeal Casserole

This is a combination of several different baked oatmeal recipes, tweaked to our liking. Feel free to tweak it further to your liking! Make it fun!

Combing the following ingredients the night before:

3 Cups  rolled oats (not instant)
2 Cups buttermilk (or 2 C. milk + 2 T. kefur, buttermilk, or yogurt)

Mix together and set aside until morning:

1 …

August 19, 2009

Quiche Cordon Bleu (Bacon-Chicken Spinach Quiche)

As we seek to cook nutritious meals for our families, I think it’s important that we also try to create a meal time “experience.” Think about it. When was the last time you lit a candle at dinner time? What about setting up a special center piece or using pretty cloth napkins? This doesn’t have to be every day, but could …

August 15, 2009

Breakfast Menu Ideas

Share with us your favorite breakfast menu ideas. I’m looking for recipes that include ONLY whole foods. No white flour, white sugar, chemicals, MSG, fried, or processed foods. Wholesome stuff.

I’d also like to see menus that include some form of protein. My kiddos don’t do well on all carbs in the morning.

I have a master “breakfast menu,” “lunch menu,” …

January 27, 2009

Stacy’s Homemade Granola

Stacy’s Homemade Granola

10 C. oats
2 C. wheat germ (or coconut flour for a wheat-free option)
2 C. shredded coconut
1 C. brown sugar
1 C. chopped nuts (pecans are my favorite)
1 C. dried fruit (dates are my favorite)
1/2 -1 C. coconut oil (or other healthy oil – if you use olive oil, make sure …

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