Strawberry cheesecake as a popsicle? Yes, please! These creamy, dreamy treats are delicious, probiotic, and an easy way to eat more fruit.
Blackberry + sage may seem like an odd pairing, but it’s a surprisingly winning combination, particularly in these cooling treats.
You can’t taste the beet in these, but the beets definitely give a great pop of color to the POPsicle. 🙂 If you love raspberries, you’ll be in raspberry heaven with these!
These sweet carrot popsicles are a creamy, dreamy treat – and they’re a fantabulous way to eat more vegetables.
Avocado is incredibly creamy and luxurious as a base for these popsicles – and adding honey makes them simply sublime.
Rosemary may sound like a surprising addition to lemonade, but it’s surprisingly addictive. Rosemary lemonade is the perfect refreshment!
Herbal sugar syrups are useful in natural remedies and as natural flavoring for ices, popsicles, and candies.
Cucumber-Mint popsicles are light, cool, and refreshing – like drinking cool, fresh water, but having the benefit of a frozen treat to boot.
Have you ever tried cranberry beans? No, these aren’t actual cranberries (despite my adoration for all things cranberry), but cranberry beans are simply a basic white bean, but speckled an oh-so-pretty red. They’re not super-common, but they’re not rare, either, so if you can find them, you’re most definitely in for a treat. Their flavor…
Typically Christmas puddings are steamed for hours and made weeks (if not months) in advance. Our quick version uses fresh cranberries to provide a light texture and tantalizingly festive flavor, and steams quickly in the Instant Pot.
Whether you need a quick dinner roll for Thanksgiving or a perfect accompaniment to pulled pork, these fluffy, flavorful dinner rolls are sure to please.
This classic cranberry sauce is sweet, tart, and delicious – and this is the simplest, quickest method in which to make it. It’s super-simple!
These creamy, dreamy popsicles are made entirely of nourishing fruits, herbs, and vegetables (yes, vegetables). They’re a delightful way to eat healthy!
These delightfully refreshing fudgesicles are a kid and adult favorite! They’re delicious, nourishing, and made entirely of real food.
Making your mashed potatoes in the Instant Pot makes mashed potatoes EVEN EASIER and churns out the fluffiest, creamiest mashed potatoes you can imagine.
Cooking a turkey is far less stressful than it sounds – and with this simple technique, you can use ANY recipe and have the bird turn out beautifully: moist, succulent, and gorgeous.
This simple, scrumptious chimichurri sauce made mostly of parsley, garlic, and olive oil tastes amazingly fresh and pairs with red meat, fish, and chicken oh-so-beautifully!
Making gorgeous, delicious bone broth that gels when it cools and soothes when you sip is easier than you think. In this post, we delve into the differences between stock and broth, the benefits of bone broth, AND show you how to make bone broth three different ways: on the stovetop, the slow cooker, and the Instant Pot.
These cherished Christmas breakfast recipes make Christmas morning cheery, hearty, and nourishing, whether you’re feeding your family or a crowd.
On Friday morning, Swedish daughters everywhere will be rising early to serve their families strong coffee and warm saffron buns. They’ll wear a wreath of candles on their heads and as the family gathers, they’ll sing carols together (my favorite part). Through the day, they’ll look for opportunities to do small acts of kindness and…
Making this restaurant-style salsa is super-simple and absolutely delicious. And even better, you can enjoy it right away or can it for long-term storage, since it’s safe for canning!
When it’s hot and you’re lacking inspiration at mealtimes, these simple meal ideas will get you going again until the weather turns cool again.
Corn dogs are typically junk food (even though they taste SO good!). So make them at home! Homemade corn dogs are super-easy and downright wholesome.
It’s a sinking feeling to arrive home after a long day and realize you haven’t planned dinner, so you don’t know what you’re going to feed your tired, grumpy family. Worse, you really really don’t want to spend money on take-out, which adds up SO fast, so what are your healthy, real food options? Tape this list to your refrigerator and you’ll never wonder to make again!