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Blueberry Bread Stuffing
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Carrot Souffle
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Creamy Pasta with Cauliflower
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Trying To Stay Positive After 3 Miscarriages In a Row
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Potato Kale Stuffing
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Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe
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2 Ingredient Apple Pineapple Juice
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Mommy! It’s a Potato!

Blueberry Bread Stuffing

Blueberry Bread Stuffing! Traditional homemade vegetarian bread stuffing with sweet blueberries added in! This comes from a Grandma’s vintage cookbook, so you know it’s going to be the best! It’s easy to make and you can even make it ahead of time to freeze!

Blueberry Bread Stuffing! Traditional homemade vegetarian bread stuffing with sweet blueberries added in! This comes from a Grandma’s vintage cookbook, so you know it’s going to be the best! It’s easy to make and you can even make it ahead of time to freeze!

I’m back with another stuffing recipe! So many of you have loved my Amish Potato Stuffing recipe, so I decided to share with you another favorite, Blueberry Bread Stuffing! It obviously does not need to be Thanksgiving to make this stuffing, but it is the perfect Thanksgiving side dish!

This is the perfect side stuffing to accompany a main meat, like chicken or turkey. It’s also the perfect vegetarian side dish because it doesn’t involve any meat products or broths (it’s made with vegetable broth).

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Carrot Souffle

If you’re looking for a stunning dish to serve this holiday season, look no further than this carrot souffle. Carrot souffle has a light and airy texture that almost melts in your mouth. It works as a side dish paired with baked ham or turkey, but it’s also sweet enough to serve as dessert.

If you’re looking for a stunning dish to serve this holiday season, look no further than this carrot souffle. Carrot souffle has a light and airy texture that almost melts in your mouth. It works as a side dish paired with baked ham or turkey, but it’s also sweet enough to serve as dessert.

If you’ve never tried Carrot Souffle, you’re seriously missing out! This dish is surprisingly delicious and so perfect for your next holiday get together.

Carrot Souffle is a unique side dish that many people have never tried, but trust me on this one, it’s incredible! In my opinion, Thanksgiving just isn’t complete without Carrot Souffle. I’m OBSESSED. 

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Creamy Pasta with Cauliflower

This recipe for pasta with cauliflower is a simple, satisfying dish! Rotini pasta noodles are tossed in a creamy parmesan cheese sauce with steamed cauliflower and lettuce. A quick, easy and delicious dinner that’s perfect for busy weeknights!

This recipe for pasta with cauliflower is a simple, satisfying dish! Rotini pasta noodles are tossed in a creamy parmesan cheese sauce with steamed cauliflower and lettuce. A quick, easy and delicious dinner that’s perfect for busy weeknights!

Pasta is my go-to meal choice around here these days, mainly because I know that my entire family will happily eat it any night of the week! Best of all, this meal is on the table in less than half an hour, and the delightfully creamy sauce is made with just a handful of ingredients! How can you go wrong with that?

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Trying To Stay Positive After 3 Miscarriages In a Row

I had a successful pregnancy and then 3 recurrent miscarriages in a row in a year. Here’s my story and how I’m trying to stay positive.

When I got pregnant this time around, I had really positive feelings about it. I told myself that this baby was going to survive and that Enceladus was going to have a sibling. I’m not sure why I was so positive, but I was. So break my heart, but I had a miscarriage. Again. And again.

Let me back up a bit.

In 2017 we had a healthy baby girl. Her name is Enceladus and she’s the joy of our lives. She’s my best friend and I love her beyond describable words. That pregnancy (my first ever) was pretty much uneventful ( I mean besides changing our lives forever). I got pregnant pretty quickly after we started trying. There weren’t any complications and I felt good throughout the entire pregnancy. Call me crazy, but I kinda liked being pregnant. I felt healthy and I liked feeling my baby tumble around in my big belly. 39 weeks later, with just 10 minutes of being in the delivery room, Enceladus entered the world in a rush.

18 months later we decided that we wanted to give Enceladus a little sibling that she could play with (and boss around). We figured it would be relatively easy to get pregnant again. After all, the first time around went so smooth. But we were wrong. It hasn’t been easy. It’s been full of blood tests, unanswered questions and tears.

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Potato Kale Stuffing

This Potato Kale Stuffing is a comfort food recipe that goes perfect with a turkey, chicken or pork chops. It’s simple to make because it’s made with instant potatoes! Potato Kale Stuffing is also always requested at Thanksgiving! The perfect hearty side dish for your holiday meal.

This Potato Kale Stuffing is a comfort food recipe that goes perfect with a turkey, chicken or pork chops. It’s simple to make because it’s made with instant potatoes! Potato Kale Stuffing is also always requested at Thanksgiving! The perfect hearty side dish for your holiday meal.

Today we’re talking about stuffing, because Thanksgiving will be here before you know it! The possibilities are endless with stuffing and I’m such a huge fan of it. I love playing around with stuffing recipes and creating new and tasty versions. I’ve shared my Amish Potato Stuffing and Cheesy Broccoli Stuffing Casserole before, but I wanted to share with you my current favorite side dish, Potato Kale Stuffing.

This recipe uses my Amish Potato Stuffing as a base, but I threw in kale to add some greens. Since the dish has a whopping 4 cups of kale in it, you don’t even need to make an extra vegetable to serve at dinner. 

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Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Bringing you the best, most fresh, easy pumpkin pie recipe! This homemade pumpkin pie recipe is easy to make with a delicious pumpkin filling that’s surrounded by a buttery, flaky crust and baked until warm and golden. Don’t forget the whipped cream topping for decoration and extra deliciousness! This is always the most requested of all Thanksgiving desserts!

Bringing you the best, most fresh, easy pumpkin pie recipe! This homemade pumpkin pie recipe is easy to make with a delicious pumpkin filling that’s surrounded by a buttery, flaky crust and baked until warm and golden. Don’t forget the whipped cream topping for decoration and extra deliciousness! This is always the most requested of all Thanksgiving desserts!

I love pumpkin pie. Actually, I don’t just love it, I LOVE it! When I think Thanksgiving, I think about this delicious creamy sweet pie. It’s really the only time of the year I make a full pie and eat the entire thing. Okay, I lied about that part, I do it more than once a year.

So with us picking so many pumpkins from our garden, I decided to make my favorite pumpkin pie from scratch.  From seed to pollinating to picking to baking – this is completely made out of love.

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2 Ingredient Apple Pineapple Juice

HEALTHY, 2-ingredient Apple Pineapple Juice! This fresh homemade juice is made with just one Fuji apple and one pineapple! It’s perfectly balanced between sweet and tart and it has so many health benefits, including detox and weight loss!

HEALTHY, 2-ingredient Apple Pineapple Juice! This fresh homemade juice is made with just one Fuji apple and one pineapple! It’s perfectly balanced between sweet and tart and it has so many health benefits, including detox and weight loss!

Not only is this Apple Pineapple Juice delicious, but it’s SO easy! First of all, you only need two ingredients – pineapple and apple!

You guys loved my 1-ingredient apple juice (hint: only apples!) so I thought I’d share a new easy juice recipe.

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Mommy! It’s a Potato!

The day has come.  It’s time to dig up one of our favorite garden surprise – the potatoes! OOOOH, it’s so exciting to brush mounds of dirt off the potatoes and delicately start to dig! Will we dig up 1 potato? 10? 100? 

Growing Potatoes with kids is a fun gardening activity that little ones look foward to digging up. Check out how my 2 year old grew her first potatoes.

This year our potatoes were really special to me. 

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