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We are a larger-than-average family. Consequently, feeding my family can consume a good chunk of my time. (By "feeding," I'm including time spent meal planning, grocery shopping, preparing meals, and cleaning up after meals.) There was a time when it felt as if I would no sooner finish cleaning up from one meal before it was time to prepare for the next! Can I get an amen, ladies?
I try not to rely too heavily on overly processed foods, which means--you guessed it—even more hours in the kitchen!
Somehow, most of my holiday memories--both the ones I have from childhood and those I'm creating for my children--involve food.
There's just something about the sights and smells of certain holiday dishes that seem to have the ability to capture memories and so, somehow, they become magically and inextricably linked!
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The benefits of drinking bone broth are vast. It is said to heal leaky gut, boost the immune system, as well as provide many essential vitamin, minerals and amino acids.
You can read more about the amazing benefits of bone broth in Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook That Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and also in Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World. (both highly recommended!)
As if the health benefits weren't enough, it also tastes amazing! Homemade bone broth is the secret base to the most flavorful soups, stews, and casseroles. It's my secret ingredient to many dishes my family loves.
Before I started making bone broth (or any stock or broth), it seemed like a daunting thing. In truth, it is really easy!
The school year has begun, along with the many extracurricular activities that accompany it, which means one thing: Busy mamas are even busier!
If you are like me, spending hours in the kitchen is not only undesirable, but it's just not even possible. But I still want to feed my family well and (relatively!) healthy. That, ladies, is the inspiration for the next installment of our Keeping Mealtimes Simple series:
As a busy homeschooling mama to 5 kids, simplifying breakfast has become my life's mission. I have spent years questioning fellow homeschooling mamas, scouring the internet, and simplifying my own recipes in an attempt to make breakfast prep as quick and easy as possible while still maintaining good nutrition.
Today's recipe feature is my number one go-to, easy, and nutritious breakfast recipe. As soon as I discovered it my first thought was: Mission accomplished. Game over. Hallelujah!
I hope you'll find Money-Saving Mom's Baked Oatmeal as amazing as I have! (It's okay if you don't. I fully realize that my passion for breakfast recipes is slightly over the top.)
I'm super excited to be posting the next installment in our Keeping Mealtimes Simple series!! I love recipes. I love food. I love feeding people. I love keeping my mealtimes simple. I love helping other women keep their mealtimes simple. And, to that end, comes our next easy recipe courtesy of my mother: Mom's 15-Minute Sausage and Potato Bake.
I am super excited to be launching our next blog post series: Keeping Mealtimes Simple. Rachel and I are passionate about many things, but definitely topping the list is finding simple and economical ways to feed our families healthy and delicious meals. Keeping Mealtimes Simple will be an ongoing, monthly post series featuring our own family favorite recipes and mealtime tips, as well as great ideas and recipes from other bloggers.
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