Chocolate Chia Pudding

As usual, my photos don’t do the food any justice. This has to be one of the oddest recipes I have come up with, texture-wise. It’s like a thick tapioca pudding.  If I did my math right, it is chocked full of calcium, fiber, other vitamins and protein.  I came … keep reading

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

One of my New Year’s Resolutions is to find and post more healthy recipes.  This is going to be a major challenge for me.  I came across this recipe on Pinterest and became very curious.  How can cauliflower be baked and taste just like chicken wings  AND be healthier? Well, … keep reading


After two tries and endless recipe researching, I finally figured out how to make fantastic granola. The recipe is easy.  At least it seems easy to me, compared to many that I came across online. My granola recipe is sweet, but not too sweet and I like to think of … keep reading

MsJme Toast aka French Toast

We call this MsJme toast because there really isn’t too much French about it.  I grew up having homemade French Toast for breakfast on random weekends. As I got older, I changed the recipe up some and now have something that is easy, tasty, and did I mention easy to … keep reading

Dark Chocolate & Walnut Treat

I have a terrible habit of eating chocolate chips when I need my chocolate fix.  It’s sad because I have to have one bag for baking and one for my stash. To make things a little bit healthier, I came up with this quick treat that is salty and sweet. … keep reading

Microwave Sweet Corn on the Cob

I was skeptical about this “recipe.”  Microwaving corn on the cob, really?  I grew up in the Midwest and in my house we always brought a huge pot of water to a boil then waited (what seemed like forever) for the sweet corn to cook.  We knew it was done … keep reading

Cream Cheese Stuffed Celery (or Dip)

My family always has stuffed celery at holiday meals (Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas).  It is very simple to make and sometimes I like to make the stuff to use as a dip. Unfortunately the only healthy part of this recipe is the celery.                             I like to cut the olives into … keep reading

Hard-boiled Eggs Baked in the Oven

I have been curious to try the infamous Alton Brown way of hard-boiling eggs in the oven for a few years. Now I wish I had done it sooner. It is easy and the eggs turn out amazingly creamy with less smell. Currently it is the dead heat of summer, … keep reading


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