The Jesse Tree is an Advent tradition I’ve come to cherish with my children, so we’ve put together a guide to use with your family. Download it here!
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These muffins, prepared with traditional sourdough to make the flours digestible and the nutrients bio-available, exude holiday warmth and cheer and are perfect for Thanksgiving morning.
Bite-size pieces of roasted yam glazed with buttery, caramelized maple syrup and accented with dried cranberries and fresh orange juice is a decadent, yet nutrient-rich addition to any holiday dinner.
Each year, I feel like Advent sneaks up on my and leaves me in a flurry of activity. I know I’m not alone in this, so here are six tips for keeping this holiday season joy-filled!
Good cake is simple and nourishing for both body and soul. This cake with vitamin-rich pumpkin and topped with cream satisfies deeply at this time of year.
This old Italian recipe focuses on simple, quality ingredients – eggs, olive oil, milk, flour, and citrus. Its simplicity elevates the ordinary to the extra-ordinary and is especially lovely served with raw cream.
These cinnamon rolls celebrate some of my favorite flavors of autumn and make any weekend morning or holiday gathering feel a little bit more special.
Teaching our faith to our children is one of our most privileged and joyful tasks as parents. But how, exactly, do we go about it? Here are a few tips and ideas.
Felted wool balls are chic, artistic, and eco-friendly. You can use the basic balls from this simple tutorial and turn them into dryer balls, home decor, or Christmas ornaments. Let your imagination soar!