Keep your kiddos busy and engaged this summer with the ABCs of Summer daily activities, snacks, art, and science. Each day focuses on one letter of the alphabet with snacks. art or science, and a physical activity to go along with it.
Full of flavor, this shrimp and potato dish will melt in your mouth and have you scooping seconds. With a zip from the addition of garlic and vinegar, the creamy potatoes and tender shrimp are really kicked up a notch! This dish will quickly become a family favorite, and leave you wondering why you never thought to pair potatoes and shimp before.
Fruit and yogurt. Who doesn’t love that? Freeze them in different combos and shapes and you have a real winner!
Everyone in our family are total Marvel fans and this mom loves to find new healthy recipes!
These spinach muffins have no food coloring, just an entire bag of spinach!
The kids loved it! I mean, what kids can resist a bright green food!? They had a blast helping!
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Refreshing enough for summer and a nice red and green for the holidays, this Cranberry Moscow Mule is perfect year-round!
With Christmas just days away, a Cranberry Moscow Mule would be the perfect holiday cocktail in the traditional copper mug, or make a large batch for a beautiful red and green punch. It tastes delicious in non-alcoholic form, but add a bit if vodka or a ginger beer to make it even more of a celebration.
I love an easy and delicious cocktail and this three-ingredient Non-Alcoholic Cranberry Moscow Mule is both! Or go traditional with the Traditional Moscow Mule recipe with some cranberry added. Yum!
Cranberry Moscow Mule
4oz Cranberry Juice
8oz Ginger Ale (or Ginger beer)
Lime wedge – 1/4 – 1/6 of the lime
1 oz vodka (optional)
Non-Alcoholic Cranberry Moscow Mule
Mix cranberry juice and ginger ale and serve over ice.
Squeeze the lime wedge over the glass, throw the wedge inside and stir.
These cups require a little care, but are so cute I think they’re worth it. They are 100% copper and come with a lifetime guarantee, but they should be hand-washed and you should be careful to rinse out acidic drinks.
So, take care of those mugs before passing out from too many Moscow Mules!
The cups get very cold! My husband came in from the garage and I gave him a sip and he said his lips nearly stuck to the glass. My drink was definitely kept cold for quite a while.
Traditional Moscow Mule – with cranberry
For a more traditional Moscow Mule – and the alcoholic version – mix vodka with other ingredients, before adding the lime.
The traditional Moscow Mule calls for Ginger Beer, but I’m still unclear on whether that is the soft drink or fermented ginger beer…
Had my husband found it at the store, we would have tried this with Not Your Father’s Ginger Ale, which I have yet to try. Have you tried Not Your Father’s Root Beer? Yum! …and dangerous, tastes just like root beer!
Enjoy your Cranberry Moscow Mule during the holidays, summer, or anywhere in between.
I think I found my new go-to cocktail – in non-alcoholic or alcoholic form!
What is your go-to cocktail?
I’m always searching for easy, make-ahead breakfast ideas. This delicious little cake will have you looking forward to breakfast and ready for your day. Love cake for breakfast with this Pumpkin Sweet Potato Mini Cake!
So, for many of you Fall is all about Pumpkin, but there are those of us out there who feel differently. I know, who on earth would know from looking at Facebook or Instagram? Pumpkin is everywhere! People are obsessed!
I definitely enjoy pumpkin, but I also feel like Fall is equally about the apples. Apple picking, visiting an orchard, the easiest on-the-go snack, apple pie – I could go on and on… and I almost did.
We love apples because they are the original 100 calorie snack pack. Why do we buy that crap when an apple can be thrown easily in any bag and eaten on the go anytime?
My kiddos love apples and we knew just what to do with our Might Nut Powdered Peanut Butter when it came in the mail to review as a part of the Sweat Pink community. This is so simple, but we tried to take it just a little bit beyond being boring. You just can’t mess with a classic!
Delicious, sweet and full of as much veggies as turkey, these meatballs are amazing and I can’t get enough!
I can cook the heck out of all different veggies and our family loves them, but coming up with ideas for our protein is always a struggle for me. When it comes to the main course, I blank. My goal is to find more ideas and more healthy and frugal ways to stretch our protein whenever I can.
I love these meatballs! Plenty of meat, but still packed with veggies and tons of flavor! You could serve them traditional spaghetti and meatballs, eat them plain, or even make them into patties – just a word of warning, they end up a bit softer because of all the veggies and when we tried grilling like a burger it was not an easy task.
I love a good theme!
I also love a quick and easy treat to bring to a party with a theme.
We put together these cookies in no time for out Hats and Horses party this weekend for the Kentucky Derby.
These cookies are so adorable, they would also be perfect for a little girl’s tea party! The kids love to make them too!
My kiddos love blueberries, but we had never tried Frozen Wild Blueberries until we were asked to try them on behalf of Moms Meet. We received product for review and, just like my unfiltered kiddos, all opinions are honest and my own.
Have you ever made a whole meal with wild blueberries?
I took on the challenge of creating 3 Dishes with Wild Blueberries and each turned out more amazing than I could imagine!
So far, I’ve shared how to make an awesome Blueberry Balsamic Reduction that you can use for each of the three recipes, and a Blueberry Pecan Salad that will be the perfect refreshing salad for summer cook outs! We’ve seen our Blueberry Roasted Carrots, and today I bring you our delicious and easy main dish…