Recipes

15 Nourishing Paleo Soups for Fall Weather

by Chrystal Johnson October 20, 2014

Check out Nourishing Paleo Soups by Chrystal at Foodie.com This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foodie.com. Fall is here and I find myself craving a warm bowl of soup at the end of the day. I love soups during the fall because they’re nourishing, hydrating and oh-so-easy to make in […]

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Super Easy Crockpot Apple Butter

by Chrystal Johnson October 13, 2014

This is a sponsored post created in partnership with Albertsons. Growing up, I never experienced apple butter. Lots of apple sauce, but never apple butter. My husband is actually the first one that introduced me to it. At first I thought it was something made with actual butter, but after a quick search online, I […]

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The Easiest Way to De-Seed a Pomegranate

by Chrystal Johnson October 8, 2014

This is a sponsored post created in partnership with Albertsons. It’s that time of year. Pomegranates are starting to appear in stores again, and my daughters are already starting to beg for them. Albertsons has them on sale this week so we will be picking some up. I love pomegranates because they have wonderful health […]

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Easy Mexican Fiesta Layered Casserole Recipe {Featuring La Morena}

by Chrystal Johnson October 6, 2014

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. (#CollectiveBias) and its advertiser, #ViviaLaMorena. All opinions are mine alone. I grew up in San Diego, so a love for Mexican food is something that was ingrained in me from day one. While I love a good taco shop, I love even more being able to […]

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How to Freeze Bananas + More Ways to Use Overripe Bananas

by Chrystal Johnson October 2, 2014

This is a sponsored post created in partnership with Albertsons. Whenever I see a good sale, I have a tendency to stock up. Sometimes this works well and I can a bunch of tomatoes or I’m able to stockpile rice – because somehow we go through an absolute ton of rice. I usually never worry […]

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Homemade Honey Orange Chicken the Kids (and You) Will Love

by Chrystal Johnson October 1, 2014

This is a sponsored post created in partnership with Albertsons. I swear I get busier and busier every single week. I have always taken a lot on, but it’s awesome that these days I’m taking on more and more things that I love. Being so busy makes it harder to prepare dinner from scratch each […]

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Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice Mix Recipe

by Chrystal Johnson September 22, 2014

Fall is in the air. While the weather is still warm, the leaves are starting to turn around town, and I have a feeling we’ll have an abrupt change to fall before too long. That’s just fine with me. I love wearing jeans, sweaters and boots and sitting in front of a warm fire while […]

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Healthy Fall Snacks: Easy Orange Pumpkins

by Chrystal Johnson September 12, 2014

Fall is just around the corner. The other day, I noticed that the leaves are already starting to turn on some of the trees locally. It makes me wonder if we are in for an early winter this year, even though we’ve had warmer than usual temperatures lately. I know pumpkins will be appearing in stores soon because the […]

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No Cook Strawberry Chia Jelly Recipe {3 Ingredients}

by Chrystal Johnson September 5, 2014

I have been seeing recipes for jam using chia seeds a lot recently. I have a ton of chia seeds, so I wanted to give it a try, but we also have a ton of jam already in the fridge. So I decided to try making something with a more smooth consistency like jelly. I’m […]

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20 Paleo Appetizers {for the Holiday Season}

by Chrystal Johnson August 30, 2014

Check out 20 Paleo Appetizers by Chrystal at Foodie.com This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foodie.com. All opinions are my own. Now that the kids are finally back in school, it’s natural that we start shifting our thoughts to what’s next in our annual routines. For many of us, that’s planning […]

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