In honor of the Thanksgiving week, I am sharing my favorite yam casserole recipe with you. Especially great for Thanksgiving but also good for Christmas too! Yam Casserole Recipe Ingredients 3 cups cooked mashed yams or 2 cans 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1/2 cup milk 1/2 stick butter melted 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon salt Yam Casserole Instructions Mix all the above ingredients together until well blended.
Thanksgiving may be a challenge if your family has allergies. Here is a simple Thanksgiving menu, allergy-friendly and adaptable for the whole family with tips for prep and more. We like to keep things simple, easy and doable so that the focus is truly on enjoying family and giving thanks for God’s blessings. Don’t you love Thanksgiving? Our celebration is practical, simple and fun. I’m
We have hosted our family’s Thanksgiving celebration for many years. Each year about this time, I start making lists. Guest lists. Menu lists. Grocery lists. To-do lists. And so on. And every year I find myself straining my already-strained brain trying to remember last Thanksgiving and what worked and what didn’t. That is, until I started the note to self habit. Here is how to
Do you have Thanksgiving traditions, habits you turn to? We do and we’re sharing 10 Thanksgiving habits today. We hope you will find some here to be thankful for as well. 10 Thanksgiving Habits for Your Homeschool 1. Kendra’s Thankfulness Tree is a memory-making treasure for every year. 2. Kendra’s Note to Self makes such great sense. Adopt this habit this Thanksgiving and save yourself
Years ago I let go of the notion of the perfect holiday with all of its long list of ingredients and turned to the practical, enjoyable celebration. This goal was met with a few, simple steps. I’m sharing that with you, too. Simple holidays for the homeschool mom. What do you think of when you hear the word holiday? Often, November and December bring a
Oh I am such the rule follower. However, today I’m going to share about having simple holidays and breaking the rules. Also known as doing those to dos early. December is such a busy time in our homes and homeschools, why not move a few of those ‘to-dos’ to November? I did all of the following early the last several years. The only rule is
A captive audience. That’s what you have in family and friends on Thanksgiving. Each year at this time we share what we call a Thanksgiving Homeschool Celebration or a unit celebration of our first semester of homeschool. Basically, we show off the best of our homeschool work and projects while the Thanksgiving side dishes are still warming in the oven. This homeschool tradition is rooted
Like many of you, one of our favorite books for this time of year is Cranberry Thanksgiving. We first discovered this gem in our wonderful Five in Row days. And for art, we were particularly drawn to the illustration by the fire. The contrast of the black and white against the fireplace just made us want to paint! If you happen to have a copy