Lazy moms! Once a week I make this super easy, super fast dinner for my family and I just had to share it with you all! I keep the ingredients stocked at all times so I can pull it out on an evening that I’m either too tired to cook or we have to get
We’re down in Texas for Thanksgiving this week and I just had to share with you all this amazing low-carb version of green bean casserole! My sister-in-law and I have been following the Trim Healthy Mama plan and we put our heads together and came up with a complete low-carb Thanksgiving meal, or as THM-ers
Something very strange happened to me this morning. I got up at 7:30 (that’s in the A.M.) and decided to whip up a Lazy Mom egg recipe totally on-the-fly! *gasp!* That’s right! It was an off-the-cuff, I-wasn’t-even-looking-at-a-recipe-for-help kind of deal. And I had absolutely no reason to be up and doing such super mom nonsense
Peoples! My wonderful, amazing, loving Aunt (these attributes clearly run in the family) sent me a totally awesome 4 ingredient broccoli soup recipe! I only slightly tweaked it to get it to a more soupy texture and y’all, it’s amazing! And LAZY. It only dirties one pot and takes less than 20 minutes to make
*This post may contain affiliate links. A new year is upon us! Which means many of us are back to thinking about taking care of our bodies again. For those of you following the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, have I got a treat for you today! If you’ve been in the THM community for any
You all know I hate to cook! That’s why recipes around here have to be so easy, even a Lazy Mom (like myself!) can make it! Recently I’ve been making a very easy, 15 minute stir fry that my family has really been loving, so I thought I certainly MUST share it with all of
Normally my Lazy Mom Recipes are five ingredients or less, but every once in a while I make an exception for two main reasons: 1. If the recipe has a few more ingredients, but is still easy. (I know it’s easy if I, a total non-cooker, can make it without stressing me out and I’d
I know oatmeal is typically a “cold season” food staple, but I wanted to share with you a quick and super easy overnight oatmeal for those of you, like me, that enjoy oatmeal year round. This recipe can be eaten cold (yuck!) or heated up in one minute in the morning (yes, please!). I typically
Lazy Dad makes this oh-so-yummy guacamole that has been affectionately named Gringo Guac. Mainly because he brought the supplies to make it one day when we went to hang out with a Hispanic family in our church and they couldn’t believe the “gringo brought the guac.” *snicker* The father of the clan said under his
Ohmygosh! When I saw this applesauce recipe HIT my inbox something fierce from Sarah M., I knew I had to share it with you immediately! Despite all the other things I want to tell you, the posts I’m behind on, the funny stories I want to share, this, my dear lazy moms, HAD to take
I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a hankering for a Lazy Mom Recipe today. I stumbled across a good looking one on Good Housekeeping that sounds delish AND it’s only 475 calories! SCORE! I did tweak it just a bit to make it a bit more lazy mom friendly for you. You’re welcome.
The other day a friend of mine on Facebook posted a quick breakfast that looked divine. While I was drooling I asked her if I could snag it to share with all of you. I tweaked the recipe a bit for my taste buds, and you may want to do the same for you. I
This weekend a couple from our church had us over for dinner. The husband grilled out some DELICIOUS shrimp that were so tasty. I loved the shrimp so much he pulled out the recipe for me and it was *gasp* only four ingredients! Lazy Mom Recipe alert!!!!! If you are a shrimp person you simply
Doesn’t that title sound all non-lazy like? But it really IS lazy, and a delicious Lazy Mom Recipe straight out of Robin Miller’s cookbook, Robin Takes 5. Speaking of Robin and her great new cookbook, I’m giving away two of them here, and today is the last day to enter to win! (Open to U.S.