A Little Thanksgiving Fun

As a 103 year old company, you would think we've seen it all. People express their love for butter in many different ways, but rarely is it as entertaining as this video done by The Holderness Family. It's lots of fun, and we hope it puts you in a good mood for the upcoming holidays.

Sweet Potato Soufflé

As a child, Suzanne had an extreme dislike for sweet potatoes, but all of that changed the day she tasted this light, creamy and very decadent casserole. She's been making it for years and wanted to share it with you for the upcoming holidays.

One Thanksgiving, I was invited to my friend Kirsten’s mother's house for dinner. I can honestly say her mom has to be one of the best cooks I have ever met. She had made a beautiful roasted turkey, complete with all the trimmings, including a wonderful smelling side dish. Yep, it was a sweet potato casserole!

Pin a Recipe, Feed a Child

For more than 20 years, Challenge Dairy has provided UNICEF with ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTF) for the severely malnourished and has been involved in developing other humanitarian aid products. This year we have teamed up with UNICEF and a number of our partner bloggers to build greater awareness of the global childhood malnutrition crisis. For each recipe pinned from our "Pin a Recipe, Feed a Child" Pinterest board, Challenge Dairy will donate a meal for a child in need to the UNICEF foundation. We invite you to help us achieve the goal of 75,000 meals.

Time and Money Saving Kitchen Tips and Tricks

Suzanne Clark of Living a Creative Life is great at involving her children in the kitchen with fun and creative ideas, and she is constantly on the lookout for new time and money saving tips she and her kids will enjoy. Here are her top ten.

Today, I’m going to share some of my best time saving and fun cooking tips with you. They are guaranteed to amaze your children and help you spend less time cooking and more time enjoying your family.

Creamy Alfredo Broccoli Mac and Cheese

This 20 minute Creamy Alfredo Broccoli Mac and Cheese recipe is a quick and easy dinner that's perfect for busy parents caught in the rush on being back to school.

With the rush of back to school season, I am always on the lookout for quick and easy dinner ideas. It always seems that I’m rushed at the end of the day with afterschool activities, homework and cleaning up the ever-growing pile of backpacks, shoes, and other random stuff that gets dropped when the kids come through the door.

Bacon Potato Cheese Waffles

These Bacon Potato Cheese Waffles, from Trish at Mom on Timeout, are lifesavers on rushed school-day mornings. They're a quick and delicious breakfast option you can make fresh in 20 minutes or freeze ahead of time.

It’s hard to believe that summer is officially over, and we’re back in school. Geesh that went fast!! My boys are in kindergarten and third grade this year and boy-oh-boy are they keeping me on my toes.

Butter Crunch Chicken

Guest blogger Suzanne Clark offers a family favorite recipe that can help busy parents get through those crazy mealtimes during the school week.

The first day back to school can bring many mixed emotions for parents. You are happy to have your days back to yourself. No longer are you the “youth social director”, having to figure out new and exciting activities for the kids. At some point, sticky popsicles, water balloons and sleepovers have to end!

Easy Chicken Spaghetti Casserole

School days can be busy, so quick dinner ideas are perfect for equally filled school nights. Our guest blogger Shelly Jaronsky recommends a super easy Chicken Spaghetti that her entire family really likes.

So from what I understand school is going to be starting soon. I think I might dislike school now more as an adult than I ever did as a kid. I mean, yes, I appreciate the routine. I appreciate all the teachers. I love the fact that my kids are taken away in the morning and returned safe and sound in the afternoon.