I think we can all agree that Ramen noodles are favorite comfort food for many adults and kids. But if you are trying to cut out processed foods or you just think “my college days are over;” this version of ramen with zucchini noodles is a great way to put a healthy spin on the craving for brothy noodles! Just thinking about ramen noodles makes me nostalgic. I think of lunchtime at home when we were out of school for the summer or a warm Cup of Noodles during a cold middle school day.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner and my kids asking me to help them come up with a fun craft to do with their friends at their homeschool tutoring center, these pretzel hearts are right up my alley. They are an easy Valentine’s Day Craft idea that not only come together quickly but with only three main ingredients, they are a breeze to make – no special candy making skills. To tell you the truth, I’m not a very crafty person.
This post was sponsored by Swanson. Thank you for supporting the companies that encourage my creativity and work. There’s no better way to end a cold winter day with a warm, comfort meal and this DIY Easy Pho Bar is just the thing! With the daily demands of working full time and my kids’ activities, my to-do lists keep growing daily. Or, they never end. For me, as soon as I finish cleaning the kitchen from a meal, I‘m usually trying to get a head start on preparations for the next one.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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