Individual Prosciutto and Cheddar Baked Eggs

A restaurant near us has this dish on their menu and it's far by one of my favorite weekend breakfasts. So good in fact, that I was inspired to recreate this at home. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this dish is not only extremely easy to make but at 1/10 of the cost, an elevated addition to our breakfast repertoire. In less than 25 minutes and 5 steps this dish is done and ready to enjoy. Start by coating your skillets with a little ghee or butter, then add your eggs, being cautious not to break the yolks. Sprinkle each skillet with some prosciutto and cheddar cheese before popping in the oven to bake. It's that simple. I personally like to serve this with a side of toast or fruit, but that's just me. I hope you ...

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Healthy Tuna Pasta Salad

I haven't had many cravings throughout my pregnancy thus far, but there was one week in particular where all I wanted was tuna fish and egg salad. Kind of random, but honestly, kind of not. I've always loved tuna fish and oddly enough tuna macaroni salad is somewhat of a comfort food to me. My mom used to make this for us growing up and since it's so easy to whip up it's continued to be one of my go-to staples. ...

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Our Pregnancy Journey

If you would have asked me in college where I’d be in ten years, I most likely would have said living in the suburbs with my husband and two kids. Fast forward and life looks just a tad different. Unsurprisingly and luckily, 20 year old Corinne was wrong about a lot of things. ;) ...

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3 Ingredient Pumpkin Dog Treats

We've been giving Summit, whole, real foods, since the moment he first entered our lives. Along with his usual Ollie (read more on our experience here), he loves to nibble on carrots, cucumbers, blueberries, strawberries... the list goes on and on. So when it comes to giving Summit treats, while I do have a few store bought brands I love (check out Old Mother Hubbard), a lot of times it's just as easy to make my own! Case in point, these pumpkin carrot yogurt bites. With just three ingredients, these are so simple to whip up and freeze in no time. As mentioned in this post, while yogurt is good for dogs, greek yogurt in particular can be much easier for them to digest, as some dogs may be lactose intolerant. You also always ...

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15 Minute Pumpkin Oatmeal

Stoneware soup bowl by Etsy Seller, AaronsburgPottery Every Autumn my mom makes this oatmeal and it’s such a comforting way to start the day. Along with being absolutely delicious this dish is also highly nutritious and easy to whip up. Win-win-win! So, what makes this dish so nutritious you might ask? Let’s break it down… Rolled Oats Rolled oats are an excellent source of iron, soluble fiber (meaning they keep you full longer), vitamins (such as folate, vitamin B and zinc), and protein. They are considered to be one of the healthiest whole grains available and boast a number of health benefits. Along with lowering the risk of heart disease, incorporating oats into your diet has been shown to lower cholesterol, reduce ...

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