Zucchini is one of those vegetables that I’m loving more and more. So many options. Take for example, these Zucchini boats. You can make this recipe all kinds of ways – with different meats, veggies, cheese, etc.
Whether it’s national pancake day or not, I’m always up for pancakes! Breakfast, lunch or dinner. BUT.. there’s always a but. I can do without the carbs! Are you with me? Carbs are not my friend. So when I found this cream cheese pancake recipe for low carb pancakes, I was so excited to try them out.
I love smoothies! They are easy to make, great nutrition, fast and convenient. This Strawberry Cheesecake Smoothie recipe is a new favorite.
This Pumpkin Smoothie Protein Shake Recipe is very easy to make. I use the base of the Evolv shake and then add in the additional pumpkin flavors. Give it a try!
This particular one, the Strawberry Banana Protein Shake Recipe, is one of my favorites. You can make it thick and eat it with a spoon or a bit thinner. Either way, it tastes fantastic.
Easily cut your kids favorite foods into fun shapes with FunBites!
These Egg Muffins are very easy to make. Great to grab and go. I made these up ahead of time and then stored them in a ziploc baggy. Paleo, Keto, Low Carb.
I’ve started making protein shakes. They are very easy to make and you can make a ton of different flavors. This one is my Mint Cookies ‘n Creme.
Make sure to head over to This Roller Coaster Called Life to see how this yummy Lemon Strawberry Shortcake Trifle is made!
Here is one from the CRAZY Adventure of Country Divas girls. They are addicts of chocolate and they made a Cadbury Easter Egg Cupcakes that are just Ooey and Gooey.
These Easter bunny butt cookies will delight adults and children alike. Make them from premade store-bought cookie dough or use Cyn’s scrumptious melt-in-your-mouth soft frosted sugar cookie recipe.
These Easter Peep Surprise Cupcakes are not only adorable to look at, but they’re so much fun to eat! Under each peep is a “surprise” in the cupcake.
Her daughter’s love for surprise reveal eggs inspired her make a Chocolate Easter Bunny Surprise! Once your little one opens up their, usually hollow, bunny and discovers all of the goodies inside – he/she will be thrilled!
Today’s recipe is not only fun to make, but its fun to eat! Head over to my friend Becky’s site MySparklingLife.com to check out how to make these delicious Strawberry Carrot in Dirt Cups!