Mashed Cauliflower – A Low Carb Side Dish

This is a guest post from Dawn Farias.  She is going to be sharing her favorite low carb dishes with us in a new monthly series.

If you’ve ever been on a low carb diet, then you are bound to have come across recipes similar to this one. It’s one of my favorites and you don’t have to be low carbing to enjoy it, as it’s a fun and easy new way to simply get cauliflower on the table. [Read more…]

Hamburger Stroganoff

This is a guest post from Ashley at AP Freewriting 101. If you are interested in guest posting on Eat at Home, contact me with your ideas.

I have a LOT on my plate during any given day:

  • Taking care of my kids: 23mo boy and 3.5yo girl
  • Working on my school work as I attempt to complete a two-year Masters degree program in one-year
  • Homeschooling my advanced preschooler
  • Blogging encouragement to women
  • Attempting to keep my house clean and my husband fed

By the time dinner rolls around, I’m pretty beat. I don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen at the end of a tiring day, and yet I don’t want to pay a hefty price for carry-out food. My solution? Quick, easy, and inexpensive pantry meals. [Read more…]

Guest Post at Simple Bites – How to Freeze Sweet Corn

I am guest posting at Simple Bites today.  I hope you have an abundance of good sweet corn, because we are talking about freezing it to enjoy during the winter.  Please join me at Simple Bites.

Raspberry Sherbet

Hello to all of Tiffany’s followers! I’m pleased as punch to be doing a guest post here on Eat At Home while Tiffany is away.

My name is Cheryl and Lake Mary Musings is my blog.  It’s not a cooking blog, per se, but I love to cook and do post recipes now and then. You can read more about me at the Who is CherylK? tab.

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I thought I’d share a recipe for Raspberry Sherbet that would be nice for the Memorial Day weekend.  I’ve been making this recipe for years and it has never failed to get rave reviews!

This is such an easy recipe to make well ahead of time but it looks and tastes expensive. If you like raspberries, you’ll love this dessert.

Here’s what you’ll need:

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  • 1 10-ounce package frozen raspberries, thawed and mashed
  • 1 scant cup sugar
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla

Mix all ingredients well and freeze.  Makes 4-6 servings.

That’s it!  It’s easily doubled or tripled (which is a wise thing to do). It will keep for weeks in a freezer container.  I hope you’ll try it and let me know what you think.

We all know that Eat At Home is an excellent blog with family friendly recipes and menus that are delicious but simple. That’s just what we all need in this hectic world.  It’s what attracted me from the start.  So thanks, again, Tiffany.  Hurry back!

Tips to Make the Most out of Dinner


Recently Tiffany, the author of your fabulous {Eat At Home} site, asked me what I do to make the most out of dinner.
My tips here are not ground breaking or fancy. I am feeding five boys and a husband. They would likely eat anything that does not eat them first, especially if it is NOT a vegetable.
I am not a short order cook. I can’t be. I would spend my entire life cooking.
But this is how I make the most out of dinner- especially on school nights. [Read more…]

Meal Makeover Moms Interview

The Meal Makeover Moms

I was interviewed by Janice and Liz at Meal Makeover Moms’ Kitchen for their No Whine with Dinner series.  You can read the interview here.  They have lots of good info about kids and nutrition, as well as good recipes.

I hope you have a wonderful Easter weekend!

Save Money By Substituting Ingredients

I’m guest posting over at $5 Dinners today.  Find out how you can save money by substituting ingredients for what you have on hand.  Thanks to Erin, for letting me guest post on her blog.  She is off to the BlogHer Conference.  I know she’s going to have a great time and I can’t wait to hear all about it.

I’m Guest Posting on Staycations

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Phoebe is letting me guest post again on her blog, Cents to Get Debt Free.  This is the second post in a two part series on Frugal Vacations.  This time I wrote about Staycations.  Pop over there and share your fun ideas for a staycation.

I’m Guest Posting about Renting a Vacation Home/Condo

Toni @ The Happy Housewife is graciously allowing me to guest post as part of her 30 Days of Disney series.  Disney is one of the things I love most in the world, because we have such happy memories with family from our trips together.  If you’re interested in renting a house or condo in Disney (or anywhere else) you might want to check out my post over there.  Be sure to pop around on The Happy Housewife site too.  Toni covers all kinds of interesting topics.

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