The Holidays will be here soon…sorry but you know it’s true!
Those of you that are on Pinterest know that there are thousands (or maybe millions) of food blogs out there with amazing recipes. It can be a little overwhelming to pick through them and find recipes that are not only tasty but, don’t take 12 hours to make, and have ingredients that are easy to find!
We’ve done the research for you and created a list of blogs that we love. Not only will they offer you a little bit of help for your Holiday meals but, they have great recipes that will easily fit into your regular weeknight meal plan.
We also put a link at the end with some great tips for saving money when you go grocery shopping.
The Pioneer Woman: It’s no surprise that Ree Drummond has her own blog, FOOD Network show, multiple cookbooks, cookware line, and is about to open her own restaurant and mercantile in Oklahoma. Her recipes are wholesome and tasty, not to mention created with ingredients that are easily accessible. From delectable desserts to hearty main meals she’s got a recipe for everything.
The Western Dairy Association: The Western Dairy Association (WDA) doesn’t just support our local dairy farmers. They also work hard to educate our local youth about healthy meal choices. Part of that is there great recipe page. They have recipes for appetizers (check out their cute witch brooms), breakfast, main meals, side dishes and of course great dairy desserts!
Cook, Nourish, Bliss: This site is a wonderful place to find healthy and creative recipes. It will inspire you to get out of your comfort zone, but you can be sure that Ashley’s recipes will please the whole family. Her instructions are always clear and she’s amazing at answering her reader’s questions in the comment section.
Two Peas and Their Pod: These family friendly recipes are as delicious as they are simple to follow. They carefully create recipes that are totally doable and full of seasonal foods that you can find at your local market. Their delicious breakfasts and desserts are not to be missed and their soups are perfect for the Fall.
If you’re feeling a bit stressed about the rising price of food, take a moment to read this post that has 6 great tips to help you save money on your grocery bill!
Don’t forget to tune into this Friday’s show for may ways you can prep for the holidays like a pro!
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