Easy Sausage & Potatoes in the Crock pot

Tara Wright Breakfast & Brunch, Main Dishes, Recipe 0 Comments

I just love my crockpot, don’t you?
This is such an easy and delicious recipe, I don’t know why I don’t make it more often. You can experiment with the types of meat you use. Try hamburger, ground turkey, crumbled bacon or Temp-ah instead of using sausage. Leftovers are perfect reheated the next day for lunch (or breakfast)

Baked Eggplant Parmesan

Tara Wright Main Dishes, Recipe, Veggies 0 Comments

This delicious, healthy eggplant Parmesan convinced three picky eaters to start trying new vegetables! This is how it happened. One evening, I made a half recipe for Jeremy & I and we cooked the girls hamburgers. As they came to the table they began exclaiming how delicious our eggplant looked. We offered them a bite and the eggplant quickly disappeared. After they …

Help Your Kids Chill Out with Essential Oil Slushies and Shortbread

If your kids can’t stand the summer heat, then get out the essential oils and mix up a refreshing pitcher of Citrus Slushy, created by Young Living Star member Kayla Arnold. The refreshing taste and quick, easy preparation will have your kids asking for this delicious mix every hot summer afternoon! CITRUS SLUSHY Ingredients: 1 cup water 1 cup ice …

Mix Up Some Summer Fun with a Tasty, On-the-Go Treat!

It is summertime, so let’s “go nuts” with a trail mix recipe created especially for kids! Not only will the little cooks have fun with essential oils, but they will also learn to make a tasty, healthful snack that you can all enjoy. HAPPY TRAIL MIX Ingredients: 1 ¼ cup almonds 1 ¼ cup pecans 1 ¼ cup walnuts 1 …

Easy Roasted Potatoes

Tara Wright Grilling, Kids Cuisine, Recipe, Sides, Snacks, Vegetarian, Veggies 0 Comments

Did you say POTATOES??? My mother­-in­-law is a HUGE fan of potatoes and so are we. These versatile starchy veggie can be eaten in many ways. This is our family’s favorite way to quickly have crunchy potatoes in the oven or on the grill. You can use Fingerling (the small skinny potatoes pictured) or baby potatoes for this recipe. You can also cut up regular …