We aren’t hosting Easter this year, so brunching in our PJs most of this long weekend it will be! I shared this easy peasy, No-Bake Easter Brownie dessert on IG stories last year and it was a big hit, so thought I’d give it a respectable place on the blog. I love to cook, but I’m definitely #NotABaker, so this super easy, 2-Step Easter treat
With a lighter hockey schedule this weekend, and finally clearing out the flu bug that plagued our littles last week, #DadChef and I had fun cooking up our Valentine’s Day recipe we’ve been promising you guys. No matching couples’ tees this time, but we snagged the kids matching aprons for kicks – they weren’t amused 😉 When we polled you on IG stories, it was
After a few weeks of indulging to the max (it was the holidays…we celebrated, and that entails ZERO guilt or punishment), it felt good to get back to healthy eating this weekend. And since you know how much I love sharing cooking hacks, I will declare my new-found love of sheet-pan cooking! After weeks of drooling over recipes in the LCBO Food & Drink
For those of you who’ve followed our blog and channels for a while, you know “zah” is kind of a big deal around here and “Pizza Night” is a regular one in our dinner rotation. I’ve also shared how I’m committing to a healthier lifestyle this year in partnership with Weight Watchers Canada, so spending the day with the WW Canada’s Chef Tyler and cooking
Disclosure: I have partnered with YMC and Turkey Farmers of Ontario and have received compensation for this post. All opinions are my own. With the arrival of warmer temps (finally!), we’ve been spending tons of time outdoors poolside, and savouring a slower, simpler pace of life outside of hockey season. We’re loving dining al fresco and firing up the grill to keep meals quick and easy.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we thought we’d share our favourite heart-inspired, super-easy family meal idea. Gone are the days where we seek out a fancy restaurant, and instead opt to have a simple, but special affair at home with the kids. And when I say simple, I mean easy-peasy, under 20 minutes to prep + cook simple 😉 And what’s the way to