Have you tried the Sous Vide egg bites at Starbucks? Well, these Instant Pot Egg Bites are soooo much cheaper and just as yummy!
You can whip these up in just a few minutes and have them all week long. It’s a great option for when you are all running out the door!
I love eggs, but, sometimes it’s just not practical to get a pan out and fix up eggs in any form, on busy mornings. But with this Instant Pot Egg Bites recipe, It makes it as simple as just grabbing one out of the fridge on the way out! I’ve even seen some people stack these egg bites mold to make twice as much at a time. ( I would just add a minute or two to the cooking time, if you are stacking the molds)
You can make these anyway you like your eggs, I enjoy them with a little spinach, ham and cheese!
I love throwing them into the Instant Pot and letting the magic happen!
I know I say this a lot, but This recipe for Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes really is simple! I think you’ll like them!
Here’s how we make Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes
Cut up your Sweet Potatoes, If they aren’t gigantic ones like we’ve been getting lately, you can throw them in whole, just poke a few holes in them with a fork first. (and add a couple more minutes to the time.)
place 1 cup of water in the bottom of your Instant Pot insert. use the trivet and either just throw those potatoes in there or you can put them in a handy steam basket.
Place lid and make sure it is set to SEAL. Then press pressure cook (or manual) and adjust the time to 8 minutes.
Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes
Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes in just a few minutes! A great Side Dish for any meal!
For perfectly consistently cooked Sweet Potatoes, I like to slice my them up before cooking. (you can totally throw them in whole after poking some holes in them if you want, just add 3-5 minutes cook time depending on size)
pour 1 cup of water into the insert of your Instant Pot. Then put the trivet in.
Now either place sweet potatoes right on top of the trivet OR use a steam basket (makes it easier to take out)
place lid and check that lever is switched to seal. press Pressure Cook (or Manual) and adjust the time to 8 minutes.
Naturally Release Pressure for 5 minutes or more. Then Release remainder of pressure. remove from the Instant Pot
Season to your liking and enjoy! ~ My favorite is simply, butter, pink salt, and a little mozzarella cheese.
I know we are heading into Spring, but we have had a few cold rainy days still. So, this cozy stew was perfect! It’s really one of those recipes where anything goes, and if you like more meat or more veggies, whatever you’d like go for it!
Instant Pot Butternut Squash Beef Stew
Really, this recipe is more like a starting place 🙂
I started this recipe with a “block” of frozen stew meat pieces. You can use fresh or frozen.
Dust it with a little flour and saute with some butter in your instant pot. When using thawed meat you can get a nice sear on the meat and it adds some extra flavor. But, even with the frozen this stew ended up being flavorful and tender!
Add a little oil (any you prefer) and add the onion, salt, and pepper. stir. Now just throw in the mushrooms, carrots, tomatoes, and butternut squash to the pot!
Pour in 2 cups of beef broth and all the seasonings!
Now it’s time to cook your Instant Pot Butternut Squash Beef Stew
Today I am Making My Super Easy DIY Foaming Hand Soap!
It only takes a few minutes and a couple of ingredients!
If you’ve been around love and scribbles for a little while, you’ve probably noticed my focus has been on switching out the products we use around our home. Ditching the toxic, chemically laden products for natural, plant based ones, wherever we can!
This Easy DIY Foaming Hand Soap is exactly what we need to trade in the (who-knows-what) ingredients in what we use to wash our hands everyday!
I’ve never made my own home made liquid laundry detergent but, have always wanted to. I suppose I thought it involved a lot of steps and mess and just didn’t feel like tackling it, Until today!
And the only reason I even attempted to make home made liquid laundry detergent today, was because I found this awesome ingredients list and instructions that make it a whole lot easier than I ever thought it could be.
First let me tell you about some of the reasons why I want to have my own homemade liquid laundry detergent
Laundry detergent is one of the most toxic, chemically laden products in our homes.
The Think Dirty app lists most of them as 8 or 9 on their toxic ratings. listing problematic ingredients such as
Fragrance – possible Carcinogen, possible allergic reactions
Sodium Borate (also known as Borax) – Respiratory and sin irritation.
Alcohol Ethoxy Sulfate – skin irritation.
Diethylene Glycol – pregnant women use with precaution. this is restricted for use in cosmetics in Canada and completely banned in other countries. * a note here to say this ingredient is in Tide!! Did you know that? I sure didn’t!!
The last store bought detergent I had been using had over 30 ingredients!! With other leading brands having as many as 45 different ingredients!!!!
Now let’s look at the ingredients I’m using to make my home made liquid laundry detergent.
Washing Soda, Arm & Hammer
Thieves Laundry Soap – from Young Living
Thieves Household Cleaner – from Young Living
essential Oils (optional but so great!)
And that’s it! Now, not only do I know what is in my home made laundry detergent, but It’s so easy to mix together!!
Continue reading to find out how to make it or you can watch this video ( I wasn’t going to post this video, I’ve never recorded a video with my kiddos “help” and it’s not the way I wanted it to be. but hopefully it helps you see how easy it is to make this! and maybe a peak into real life over here)
Happy New Year! I know, that was so last week! hahaha I’m a little late for New Years, But, I’m slowly getting into the groove here.
Do you like the New Year? I get super excited about all the New. But, then I get super overwhelmed by it very quickly!
I love setting goals and getting organized, but I also don’t order a new planner or get any calendars until the first week of January, so I sit here waiting for them to arrive and then scramble to get started using them.
And you know what? It’s ok to be late for New years
And why does it feel like no one remembers how to do the school thing, (even mom) after a 2 week Christmas craziness break? We have been struggling to focus, that is for sure.
But, I won’t let any of it stop me from planning, dreaming, setting goals and even getting my calendar in order… even if it’s mid-January when I do.
Today I’m going to share with you a very special recipe. This recipe has made me famous! Bet you didn’t know I’m a little bit famous huh? Well, to 5 little people that call me Auntie I am, and mostly thanks to this yummy chicken dinner! All because I made it, once upon a time when they (there was only 4 of them at the time) came to spend the night. The result was they loved it and went home telling my sister that she HAD to make aunties chicken!
It use to be done in the crockpot and take 6 hours. But, we don’t settle for that anymore around here, do we? let me share with you my simple, yet amazing recipe for
If you’ve been around at all, you have probably heard about Elderberry Syrup and it’s amazing benefits for boosting immunity. Making my elderberry syrup in the instant pot couldn’t be much simpler. And many have been asking how we do it, so I wanted to just type it out here for you!
This recipe originally came to us from my amazing friend Andi, (you can follow her on Instagram for amazing Essential oil tips) Andi is one of my bosom buddies and has lent her wisdom about a lot of life things but especial the use of essential oils to help my family stay above the wellness line, and I am so very grateful to her for it!