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Who doesn’t love Banana Bread? I love making up this banana bread recipe for my kids lunches. (without the nuts of course.) I also enjoy the smell of it baking in the oven.
If you are going somewhere and want to give the host something as a thank you. A few loaves of banana bread is great for just that.
Check out this easy banana bread recipe for you and your family to enjoy.
These are the products that I used when I make this recipe.
I love coming up with new recipes that I can make for my family that are good for us and also taste great. Since having my kidney transplant, I like making sure that we are eating the best for our bodies.
So yesterday, I decided that I would make Wrapless Refried Bean Burritos with Organic Spanish Style Rice from SEEDS OF CHANGE® with fresh vegetables from my garden. The SEEDS OF CHANGE® Spanish Style Rice is organic wholegrain rice with quinoa, red bell peppers and corn.
The best part? (Besides being organic) It heats up in the microwave for 90 seconds or on the stove for a few minutes. It isn’t often that ready-to-heat foods are good for you. While I don’t mind cooking, I love products that will heat up in no time for those nights that I don’t feel like cooking.
I cooked the SEEDS OF CHANGE® Spanish Rice in no time on the stove in no time on the stove. Mixed in the chopped vegetables and heated the refried beans. The whole meal took about 10 minutes for me to make and really is one I will make again. It was so good, I ate leftovers the next day for lunch.
GOODNESS FROM THE GROUND UP®
SEEDS OF CHANGE® has:
SEEDS OF CHANGE® contains the finest organically grown ingredients. And is the ONLY ready-to-heat rice and grain brand available in Canada.
SEEDS OF CHANGE® also donates 1% of sales to support and develop sustainable community based gardening and farming programs worldwide.
In Canada, SEEDS OF CHANGE® worked with local partner Evergreen to identify 12 community gardens from coast to coast who need grant money to get their garden started and keep them going all season long.
SEEDS OF CHANGE® established in 1989 as a small organic seed company and evolved into a strong producer of organic foods.
As a mother and a citizen in a farming community, I like supporting a company like SEEDS OF CHANGE® because they support not only bringing healthy great tasting food to our homes but also helping those in our communities around the globe.
The Seeds of Change® Canada Facebook page is also a great resource for Canadians who are interested in growing or cooking with organic ingredients.
Win a trip to Prince Edward County, Ontario From SEEDS OF CHANGE®
SEEDS OF CHANGE® has partnered with celebrity chef and farmer Jamie Kennedy to offer a grand prize trip to Prince Edward County, Ontario to enjoy some recipes from the chef with SEEDS OF CHANGE® products and local produce.
This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/SeedsofChangeCA.
With the warmer weather here, it is nice to enjoy a cool glass of lemonade. I prefer real lemonade over the store bought kind. It is all natural and tastes better. You can try lowering the sugar amount so you don’t have as much sugar in it.
Sit on your back deck and enjoy this great recipe. You can even do this recipe and then blend it with ice and make a lemonade slushie.
We went to my brother in law’s house for supper.
He had several slow cookers out with food. My son, Spencer, usually will not eat any meat with sauce on it because he wants ketchup. But he saw the meatballs and wanted to try them.
He ate 3 helpings of meatballs and at one point I had to tell him to save some for others.
I heard from my brother in law’s girlfriend the recipe and it is so simple, I had to share it with all of you while I make it today for my son!
I love doing a big bake at Christmas time and I will tell you this is one desert everyone loves!
If I don’t freeze a batch (hide it deep in the freezer) then there would be none for Christmas day!
If you make this recipe, come back and let me know how you liked it.
Who doesn’t love cheesecake? It is a big hit with any occasion!
Instead of searching the web for some great cheesecake recipes, just bookmark this page and have it ready for when you need it.
What is your favourite cheese cake recipe? Comment below or comment if you tried one of these recipes.
Halloween is almost here.
If your house is like my house, you will love these fun recipes to celebrate Halloween with Candy Corn Inspired recipes.
Check out these recipes that you and your family can enjoy.
The other night I was trying to decide what to make for supper. I didn’t feel like a big meal but didn’t want take-out either. Then I decided on Grilled Cheese and Bacon but thought why not use the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls I have in the fridge waiting to be used.
So I made this very simple recipe and the kids loved it! I think I might change it up next time and add some tomatoes into it as well. A side salad went really well with this recipe. Below is the recipe but feel free to make it your own by adding what you like or try experimenting with different cheeses or meats.
Grilled Cheese & Bacon on a Pillsbury Crescent Roll Recipe
I live in the country so the nearest Little Caesar’s for me is an hour away. This recipe allows me to enjoy the taste of Little Caesar’s Crazy bread without traveling far to get it.