Happy Good Friday everyone. Can you believe Easter is just days away!?
Growing up my mom and I would make this Easter Bunny cake every year. This coconut bunny cake recipe is great for the whole family and will get everyone in the Easter mood! Not only is it simple and fun to make, this Easter Bunny cake recipe is delish!
Hi guys and happy Tuesday! Easter is in just a few days so I wanted to share some Easter inspo with ya! Today I am sharing this adorable and easy Easter recipe plus an Easter tablescape that is sure to wow your guests!
We have a fun little weekend planned. On Saturday we are celebrating one of my dearest friend’s 30th birthday and on Sunday we are doing brunch with Walker’s best man and his girl friend at our favorite Sunday spot- Bandito’s. We go to Bandito’s in Snider Plaza almost every Sunday after church.
I know these past few Friday’s I’ve been posting meatless recipes and lent approved recipes, but today I am switching things up! I made this dish a few weeks ago and Walker absolutely loved it so I’m sharing this Chimichurri Ribeye recipe with y’all today and I am also making it Sunday evening for dinner. It’s so yum y’all! Keep reading for recipe details!
It’s finally Friday! Yay! Today I am sharing another Lent approved recipe- spicy shrimp pasta. Though this is a great recipe for us Catholics on Fridays during Lent this is a great week night recipe to use year round because its so quick and easy. Keep reading for recipe details.
The Oscars are like my Super Bowl! I see every movie nominated, I make ballots, Walker and I place bets, I start watching the Red Carpet at like noon and every since I was a little girl I’d have artichokes on Oscar Sunday. I’m not sure how or why this tradition started but every year when I was growing up my mom would make artichokes to snack on while we watch The Academy Awards. I’ve kept this tradition alive and ever since then artichokes are my go to Oscars watching party recipe. I will be making these roasted artichokes this Sunday fo sho!
Happy Friday y’all! Wow, was;t that short week great?!
As I said last Friday I will be sharing meatless recipes over the next few weeks on Friday. This is a super simple recipe that will please the whole family! Its easy, yummy and healthy an even great as an appetizer! Keep reading for recipe details for my baked coconut shrimp!
Hello friends and happy Wednesday. This week has been flying by and I LOVE it!
I’m sure most of you know I was born and raised in Orange County, CA and I didn’t move to Texas until collage. Because of this I go back to The OC all the time. I get so many messages from y’all asking for Orange County restaurant recommendations or asking what the best restaurants in the OC are, so I decided to do a round up of some of my faves here! I hope you enjoy my Orange County restaurant guide!
Over the next few Friday’s I’m going to be sharing meatless recipes with you. Lent started on Wednesday so that means no meat for me on Fridays for the next new weeks. I know not all of my followers are Catholic like I am, but these recipes are all going to be yummy, easy and healthy! I like sharing with you what I am actually making in my kitchen and eating so here we go with the first recipe- garlic chive cauliflower mashed “potatoes”.
This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of popchips.
For the vast majority of men in this country the most amazing day of the year- The Big Game- is right around the corner. For me, The Big Game has nothing to do with football and everything to do with the food! When mindlessly eating in front o the TV it can be so easy to load up on an excess of calories especially because healthy options aren’t usually an options at football watching parties.
Today I have teamed up with popchips to share three of my favorite healthy and easy recipes you can serve along side of popchips this game day!
Keep reading for a little more info on what popchips are all about (like why they’re so healthy and so yummy) and for recipe details!