Halloween is a wonderful time of year to experiment with your favorite foods. Whether you add some scary eyes,or scary colors, having fun with food is a holiday tradition in my home. We especially love to enjoy the Halloween season. And this Mummy Pizza recipe is one of our favorites.
Here’s what you need to make this Halloween treat.
With school, baseball practice and scout meetings, who has time to make a well- balanced dinner every night. So making one-pan dinners is the only way to go this time of year. It makes planning out dinner so much easier. All you have to do is put together your favorite dishes into one pot or on one pan and let it come together as the perfect meal.
Here are some One-Pan Fall Dinner recipes you will love.
While the weather is cooling down in some parts of the country, it’s still warm in others. And now that our kiddos are in school, playing sports or doing other after school activities, the last thing we want to do is spend hours in the kitchen over a hot stove or oven. There are other ways to plan and prepare a wonderful meal without heating up the kitchen.
Here are a few ideas;
Lets face it --- once school starts, everything else starts up again! If we are not busy doing homework, we are taking our kiddos to practice or other after-school activities. That leaves very little time for planning a big family dinner. So it’s important we have a few,31+ easy one-pan dinner recipes ready to go.
Life can be overwhelming sometimes. You want the kids to enjoy each day with new opportunities, but that requires a huge commitment and sacrifice on your part. From the financial aspect of playing sports and engaging in extracurricular activities to the hectic schedule it creates, we know how necessary it is for us parents to relieve stress and decompress.
Relieving stress looks a little different for everyone. Some parents love going for a run and exuding energy, while some of us really just want to dive into a pint of ice cream. When stress overtakes your thought life, it’s important to establish a healthy manner of calming your mind, body, and spirit. Here are some practices you can try to help you relieve stress in a healthy way.
Coping strategies help manage stress in a healthy way. And you can practice these techniques before you become overwhelmed with stress to help prepare you when the stress does hit.
As our weeks get busier and busier with school and sports, it may be harder and harder to control what our kids are eating, especially during the week. So it becomes even more important to pre-plan our kids’ snacks to guarantee they are eating something healthy and not overloading on sugar.
When feeding our kids their after school or after practice meals, it’s important to focus on protein. Protein is the best food for our kids to eat after a workout or practice. It’s also healthy food that will get them through til dinner.
School sports have already started up and between that and school work, family time, and so many other events going on, staying organized is crucial for peace in your home. We’ve come up with some great tips to help you create a calendar of events that everyone in the family can use!