Do you think of honey as just a sweetener? Perhaps a healthier alternative to white sugar? Well, it is a good healthy sweetener, but it’s actually much more than just that. Even our pediatrician recommends we give the girls at least three teaspoons of honey a day when they are sick. Honey has many helpful properties, both when digested and when applied topically.
Prior to the creation of modern medicine, garlic had been used by various cultures for thousands of years to improve health and treat disease. Nowadays, most people just use it to add flavor to food. Fortunately, people are starting to once again become aware of the many health properties of garlic.
Today’s post is sponsored by Nestlé ®, but my family’s love for their Nesquik chocolate milk is all my own!
The girls drink milk every morning…and every night. That’s two cups a day, seven days a week – that’s A LOT of milk. Ensuring they are getting the right nutrition is my job. During the week breakfast time can be a bit rushed, which is why I enjoy the weekends. The weekends give us a lot more time and flexibility.
Thank you to HERDEZ® Brand for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to further celebrate the Mexican Las Posadas holiday!
We love learning about other cultures and recreating traditions with our own family to celebrate. We have friends that come from all different backgrounds and teaching the girls about different cultures helps them grow.
The one food that everyone in our home craves is my homemade macaroni and cheese. There is something extremely comforting about all that cheesy goodness that stretches from spiral to spiral as you dig into your plate and scoop out a mouthful. This year through my partnership with Hickory Farms, my irresistible homemade macaroni and cheese has received a first class upgrade! I can’t even begin to explain to you the difference the Hickory Farms line of cheese products made in my dish.