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April 22nd, 2020

Honey Mustard Chicken & Veggies

I usually use our honey for baking, but today I made a delicious chive and honey mustard chicken and veggie marinade! It checked all the boxes:✅ easy to make ✅ all made in one dish ✅ prep and assembly can be done ahead of time ✅adults and toddlers loved it! ✅used food I grew (I love any chance to throw chives into our …

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April 22nd, 2020

Sweet Potato Chicken Nuggets

  I decided to make sweet potato chicken nuggets, and they were a hit! We had some debating over what to dip them in… I made a dill mayo (yum!) and the kids chose ketchup! 🙃 Sweet Potato Chicken Nuggets Ingredients 1 sweet potato, peeled and grated1/2 a red onion, grated1 lb of ground chicken1 tsp of …

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April 22nd, 2020

Pink Applesauce

The great applesauce debate… skins on, or off?! 🍎 Every once in a while I like to keep the skins on so I can get a beautiful pink applesauce! I used Idared apples for this batch because I knew their bright red skin would make a vibrant pink sauce! I also enjoy skipping the peeling step! 🤣 Making applesauce …

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April 22nd, 2020

Honey and Lemon Drink

Honey and lemon drink is one of the easiest warm drinks you can prepare! Our honey is raw and unpasteurized and has amazing antibacterial properties. I squeeze half a lemon into a mug of hot water, and then stir in 1 or 2 spoonfuls of honey! This drink is delicious, and helps get me through …

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April 22nd, 2020

Overnight Slow Cooker Oats

This is an overnight oatmeal breakfast featuring our Honeycrisp apples! 🍎 It also uses steel cut oats – which will keep us fuelled and energized! 🙌 Hope you give this breakfast a try!  Overnight Slow Cooker Oats 1 cup of steel cut oats 4 cups of water1/4 cup of chia seed1/3 cup maple syrup 2 Tbsp coconut oil 1 honeycrisp apple, chopped1 …

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April 22nd, 2020

Pear Galette

Have you tried our pears yet?! 🍐 They are so delicious! I normally eat them fresh, but last night I made a rustic pear galette, and I have to share the recipe with you! It was so easy to make! If we are being honest, I don’t make many desserts like this because I struggle with making …

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April 22nd, 2020

Fresh Garden Salsa

A recipe from our co-worker Louise! She had a delicious homemade salsa on her lunch. I had to recreate it! I went to the garden, grabbed 2 red tomatoes, 1 yellow tomato, I small red onion, 1 orange pepper and a handful of parsley! I chopped it all up, added the juice of half a …

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April 22nd, 2020

How to Cook a Pumpkin

Are you on team home cooked pumpkin, or team canned pumpkin?! 🎃 Both are great, but there is nothing like a freshly cooked pumpkin when they are in season! And it’s great bang for your buck! 💰 Our homegrown sugar pie pumpkins are only $2, and you get so much pumpkin purée from one! 🙌 Cook it, use some in your …

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February 8th, 2019

No-tella Hazelnut Spread

If you are anything like me, you are always looking for new and nutritious snacks for your kids (and yourself!). Our No-tella is the perfect alternative to the popular hazelnut spread and is full of superfoods! This No-tella is sweetened with our honey and contains so many health benefits.  It’s the perfect taste of sweet, …

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July 30th, 2018

Recipe of the Week – Dill Pickles

Preserving your summer harvest may be one of the most rewarding things about gardening.  I love that my family can enjoy our homegrown produce all winter long!  Once the garden starts producing, it seems at times we have so much produce, we don’t know what to do with it!  Step in pickling!  If you’ve got …

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