There are a lot of things you can do with a whole chicken but one of my favorite things to do is make homemade chicken soup in my Crock...
This roasted red pepper soup is one of the finest soups that I have created in a while. There is a rich, warm, almost sweet f...
This recipe was inspired by this Coconut Carrot soup recipe which appears on My Wife Makes. It is warm and creamy and spiced witho...
We eat a lot of black beans in our house. For a while, I was making this black bean soup about twice a month, and I had to buy t...
On Earth Day I mentioned over on the Creative Green Living Instagram account that I was starting a 21 day challenge to eat one plant b...
I was on a hunt last week for the perfect spinach and artichoke soup and found this one from Rachel Ray . Using it as a base, I made a...
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tetra Pak . All opinions are 100% mine. Recycling is one of the cornerstones ...
Kale is no doubt a nutritional powerhouse. One cup of kale can meet this much of your recommended daily intake of: 15% Calcium 15% ...
Just this week, a member of our Creative Green Living Community Group   sent me a personal message asking about healthy lunchbox supplie...
The recipe is sponsored by  Wild Harvest . Have you been missing bread on your journey into gluten-free or keto? I have been gl...
The recipe is sponsored by Wild Harvest . If you are looking for an easy Instant Pot chili that's hearty and delicious, you...
If you feel like having chili for dinner but don't have time to fire up the crock pot, this easy stovetop recipe is for you. This ...
Cancer. It's an ugly word that has touched far too many in my life - and if the statistics hold true, probably in yours, too. This ...
It's time to send our kids back to school - and of course that means we need to figure out what to feed them for lunch. I...
The are lots of reasons we grow our own garden but the primary reason is to have enough tomatoes for canning. There are high leve...
Americans throw away nearly half their food due to spoilage. This means we are buying more food than we can use before it goes bad. The...