Reading Time: 3 minutes Fall and winter is the perfect time of year for the delicious hot beverage made from cocoa: hot chocolate or hot cocoa. To make your holiday season a little less stressful, I have compiled a list of great dairy-free and vegan hot cocoa options!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Today I am going to share with you an easy recipe for Tofu Noddle Soup, a vegan take on the classic Chicken Noodle Soup. This soup of protein packed, filled with yummy vegetables, and has tasty broth great for sore throats.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning that, at no additional cost to you, I earn a commission when you click through and make a purchase. Thanks for supporting the brands that support this blog. When Bradley and I arrived home from work Friday afternoon, we were both extremely exhausted. We barely
Reading Time: 4 minutes Most Americans never lose the pound or two they gained over the holidays, which means that they could gain one to two pounds every year just from their holiday feasting. What can we do to avoid the holiday weight gain? Moderate exercise and portion control are always recommended. You can also substitute a not-so-healthy traditional dish with a healthier alternative. Here are six delicious gluten-free vegan alternatives to some classic holiday dishes that will let you enjoy yourself.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Last Sunday, the Tempe Pathfinders Club went on a fun all-day field trip to Pioneer Living History Museum to work on some of the requirements for the Pioneering Honor. It just so happened our trip coincided with the first weekend of the museum’s fall festival. The kids had a lot of fun and, hopefully, also
Reading Time: 3 minutes Here in the desert of the American southwest, it may be autumn according to the calendar but we are still experiencing daily temperatures in the 100s. This last weekend, as a belated birthday present, my in-laws and I took Bradley on a short two-day trip to cooler locales: we walked near Bell Rock and Courthouse
Reading Time: 3 minutes Monday evening we arrived home, safe and sound, from our nine-day vacation. We drove with Bradley’s parents through southern and central California visiting various members of his family, Sequoia National Park, and Whale Watching in Monterey. Needless-to-say, when we finally returned home, we both crashed. Our fridge was so empty, I took the opportunity to
Reading Time: 6 minutes Being a gluten-free vegan means that quite a few go to snacks, even healthy ones, are not an option for me. I cannot eat gluten nor dairy due to allergies, and I am also a very picky eater when it comes to flavors and textures. Trying to find a go to snack that is healthy,
Reading Time: 2 minutes On our recent trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, I created my very own, brand new rice dish that is fast and easy enough for camping and delicious enough for a regular meal at home. I named it De Motte Rice, in honor of the campground in the Kaibab National Forest where
Reading Time: 3 minutes Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning that, at no additional cost to you, I earn a commission when you click through and make a purchase. Thanks for supporting the brands that support this blog. This last weekend our church’s Pathfinder Club held a fundraising event, a Pioneer Festival. It was a