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Cranberry Honey Butter Recipe

This is a great option for hostess gifts! They (literally) whip together in no time and keep in the refrigerator for about two weeks.  This will allow you to make them all up ahead of time and just grab one on your way out the door. Add a fresh loaf of local bread or some […]

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Learning to Bake

  I know it has been a little while since I lasted posted here on Lindsey’s Journey.  I was originally busy planning and prepping our new school year and now adjusting to it.  Who can relate? Haha!  Our schedule also includes Jelly Bean (4) attending preschool Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Yay!  It’s great to be able […]

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{Online Class} Artisan Bread Making

It’s inevitable that homeschooling families like to be self-sufficient.  I know that I would love to learn to make our own clothes, grow all of our own food, etc.  What about bread making? I personally have never tried this and would love to give it a shot.  I came across an Artisan Bread Making Class […]

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5 Summer Recipes for Kids

When we hit the hot summer months, it can be very easy to make our kids something that is not as healthy as we think.  We want to teach our kids the importance of a healthy diet so that they can grow into healthy adults.  I have been embedding this into my girls for quite some time and figured I […]

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Kids Can Cook: Meringue Cookies

This fun & easy recipe only requires a few, simple ingredients but are oh-so-yummy to eat.  We make these cookies every year.  Sometimes, we loop a piece of ribbon through each cookie and hang them from our tree too. You’ll find the printable recipe card below.   Easy Meringue Cookies Ingredients: 3 egg whites 1 […]