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These oats are at the intersection of healthy and convenient, a place that can sometimes feel like a ghost town. But truly, this is a dish that will cook breakfast for the entire week while you sleep AND is rich in fiber, omega 3 fats, and needs little sweetener. These are going to be the […]

Breakfast-All-Week Steel Cut Oats

This is the ultimate “waste not” dish for when you’ve got a carton of eggs in the back of your fridge about to expire and those bunches of herbs you needed for a recipe but only used a snippet… Throw them all into a skillet and let them slowly melt together into custard-y goodness. Perfect […]

Fresh Herb Frittata

The only thing more exciting than waking up on Christmas morning is waking up to the smell of something sweet and spiced on Christmas morning. If the comfort of being home with family and the anticipation of the “magic” that happens every night before Christmas was an aroma, it would be this. I’m not much […]

Mulled Spice Overnight French Toast Bake

Let’s be real for second… 90% of my meals aren’t as cohesive or pretty as the ones I post on my blog. As a master’s student with a full-time job, commuting, singing at church, maintaining friendships and carving out time to work out and spend time with the Lord, can I get a loud “ain’t […]

15 Tips to Master Meal Prep

This cold front hit Texas just in time for pears and apples to make their debut at Dallas Farmer’s Market this weekend. And when I say cold front, I mean it got below 80 degrees. But nonetheless, I was rejoicing at the hint of crispness in the air. With featuring two of my favorite fruits, […]

Toast to Apple + Pear Season

When life is crazy busy, the thought of hosting a friend gathering may sound like the last thing you want to worry about. It can be much easier to just meet at a restaurant together. But the thing is, there’s not much personal about inviting your friends to gather at a crowded restaurant, to pay […]

Simple Steps to Hosting a Friend Brunch