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Chocolate Chunk Peanut Butter Banana Bread {Healthy}

My kids love when they see ripe bananas on our kitchen counter because it usually means I’ll be making some kind of baked banana treat for them. I wouldn’t be surprised if they plotted out to purposely leave 3 ripe bananas every time I buy a bunch. This recipe is sugar free (refined sugar)! It’s dairy free […]

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Amazing Breakfast Cake

My children dream of having cake for breakfast and their dream came true thanks to a cold winter morning and my need to warm up our house. Rest assured, this is one cake you won’t feel guilty serving at breakfast.  It’s packed with nutrients and every bite makes you say yummmm (at least that’s what […]

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Spy Party Ideas

What kind of Valentine’s Day Party can I throw for boys?  Are they too grown up for hearts and kisses? These are the kind of deep and mind boggling questions I mulled over this past week, ha. I Spy Party was the winner idea! A few years back, I threw my boys and their friends […]

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LEGO Valentine’s Day Party Favor

The other day I asked my son who was going to be his valentine and he responds with, “You.”  Melt my heart, I have no idea how long this thinking will last but I am sure enjoying it to the fullest while I can. LEGO Valentine’s Day Party Favor These are yummy and easy to […]

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Breakfast Bars: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookie Bars {Grain-free}

I’ve been dying to get my hands on some coconut flour.  It’s hard to come by here. A friend told of me of a place where I could get it, so I immediately went out looking for this vegetarian restaurant slash health food products store.  I sat in traffic, rushed through my errands and finally saw […]

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Easy Raspberry Cheesecake Cups {Healthy Dessert}

Consider yourself warned–you can’t just take a couple of bites of this Easy Raspberry Cheesecake Cups!  I’ve been searching for healthy ways to satisfy my sweet tooth cravings without throwing out all of my hard work with one bite.  Some of my experiments haven’t been so tasty but this was is delish! This is so […]

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Cranberry Peanut Butter Energy Balls

These little balls are packed with wholesome ingredients.  The lovely thing about them is that my kids beg for these Cranberry Peanut Butter Energy Balls, since they are a healthy snack I don’t mind letting them eat it throughout the day.  I like all things peanut butter so they are also one of my favorite […]

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Healthy Eating Weekly Meal Plan

If you’ve been following along we are now starting week 2 of healthy eating!  This has been so good for me and I’m really excited to see how this will change my attitude, energy and hopefully waistline. I shared with you last week TONS of links to healthier options for meals you can go here.  […]

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Amazing Creamy Chocolate Fudgesicles {Skinny}

I’m on my third day of 30 days of Eating Better and I was ready for a sweet treat but I also didn’t want to bomb all of my efforts by indulging in something that I would regret later.  So I came up with this recipe and I would’ve eaten all 6 popsicles by myself. […]

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30 Days of Healthy Eating Weekly Meal Plan

My wish for this month is to eat better and I’m hoping it continues for the rest of the year.  As we all know eating healthy and exercise go hand in hand, so I also plan on exercising at least 5 days a week for 30 minutes. I’m feeling positive about this with my 30 Days […]

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Churro Puppy Chow

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Quaker. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #LoveMyCereal #QuakerUp Churros are a fried dough snack that’s enjoyed in Mexico and various parts of the world like Spain, France and the Phillipines.  The dough is fried until it becomes crunchy and then it’s sprinkled with cinnamon […]

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Candy Cane Dip

Are you wondering what to do with your left over candy canes or all those candy canes that are half off at the store?  Well, this Candy Cane Dip recipe will not let you down! Make it for your New Years or Christmas festivities. I’ve had to hide this in my fridge because it’s addictive. […]

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Gingerbread Cups with White Chocolate & Cranberry Filling

Every bite of these Gingerbread Cups with White Chocolate & Cranberry Filling is absolutely amazing!   They are mini cups so you may find yourself wanting to eat more than one or two, possibly three of this rich and creamy filling. I took these to a Christmas party and they were a big hit.  Though when I made them […]

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Christmas Fun Food: Reindeer Rice Krispies

These were actually supposed to be wreaths, lol. One of our Christmas ADVENTure activities was to make a wreath so that was the plan. Sometimes we make a wreath craft but this time I wanted to make something edible since my dining room was already a craft mess. So you’re probably wondering how does one end up with […]

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The Best Apple Pie Dip

Every time I’ve ever brought this to a party it gets all eaten up. Well, until this past weekend when I took it to a Halloween party without chilling it first.  It wasn’t as amazing. So I highly recommend chilling it after making it. I’m proud to say that last year this recipe got picked […]

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Edible Science: Spider Web Snack

Edible Science: Spider Web Snack Easy fun snacks totally make my day and my kids day.  We’re studying spiders in science so I made these with my boys.  I didn’t go into too much detail for the spider’s body in our snack so it doesn’t have 8 legs or 8 eyes but the kids were […]

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Pumpkin French Toast Rolls

Amazing is the only word I can think of to describe these Pumpkin French Toast Rolls for breakfast!  Seriously amazing! I’m definitely making this again, they are perfect for brunch with the family or a special Saturday morning breakfast. And I would even venture to say they are sweet enough to enjoy as dessert. Though […]

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Nutella Stuffed Bread: Frankenstein, Mummy & Zombie

Holidays for our global nomad family  usually consist of a mix of many activities.  This past weekend we decided to incorporate most of them into one Sunday afternoon.  I know sounds crazy, but we did it! Ecuadorians enjoy Colada morada and Guagas de pan for Day of the Dead and Mexicans enjoy Pan de Muertos and Atole.  Then theirs our […]

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