Easy Coconut Vanilla Iced Coffee 

I love coffee! I am my father’s daughter for sure, because anyone who knows my dad knows that he can drink coffee all day long. My Easy Coconut Vanilla Iced Coffee is a great way to make your own iced coffee at home. It’s so customizable. You can add as much creamer as you’d like, and you can change it up to use your favorite flavor of creamer. There’s just something about a strong, sweet and milky cup of iced cold coffee that makes my day.

I love a hot cup of coffee in the morning, but my favorite way to drink coffee is iced. Most of the time when I buy coffee at a coffee shop my drink is Vanilla Iced Coffee with some kind of milk to make it creamy. This recipe is a really good and easy one for making awesome iced coffee at home. Continue reading “Easy Coconut Vanilla Iced Coffee “

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Blistered Brussels and Cauliflower, 100 Years of West Coast Flavors and More!



Living in Southern California means there is always good Mexican food around. One fact about me is that I love all my food saucy! The more sauce, salsa and dips the better. In this post I am sharing three tasty and saucy recipes I recreated from the makers of LA VICTORIA® Brand. Their salsas take on the bold and unique flavors of the West Coast, and I am loving them.

LA VICTORIA® is celebrating 100 years with exciting events in Los Angeles and San Diego which you can be a part of!

I am excited to be sponsored by LA VICTORIA® to recreate and shares recipes using their flavorful ingredients. I chose to buy the Thick n’ Chunky Salsa Verde, Salsa Brava Hot Sauce and the Green Taco Sauce, and I am absolutely in love with the Salsa Brava. Continue reading “Blistered Brussels and Cauliflower, 100 Years of West Coast Flavors and More!”

Cheerios, our Cereal con Cariño and Quick Family Breakfast Story

My siblings and I grew up with two hard working parents, and as much as we loved my mom’s Mexican cooking of homemade flour tortillas or spicy chilaquiles with lots of melty cheese, that just wasn’t always possible for breakfast.

A lot of mornings our go to breakfast was cereal, and a family favorite has always been Cheerios. My parents showed us love and care because they made sure we always had a good breakfast. We always had cereal there, ready to go for a quick and satisfying meal.

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Almond Chia Overnight Oats

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 I am a total old lady who loves eating oatmeal! Okay, now that we have that out of the way, let me share this easy and yummy little overnight oatmeal recipe with you.

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Almond Butter Toast 3 Ways

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 March is my birthday month! I know most people celebrate their birthDAY, but I feel like birthdays should be celebrated all month long. Why not? Birthday dinner with girlfriends one night, yes! Birthday breakfast with my coworkers, sounds awesome.  A weekend away with my handsome hubby, yes please. Birthday cheesecake at my parents’ house? Yes! See, it’s easy to celebrate your birthday multiple days with the people you love. Life is short, blow out those candles as many times as you can. Continue reading “Almond Butter Toast 3 Ways”

Prosciutto, Egg and Avocado Toast

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 Sometimes you want to whip up a breakfast or brunch item that is out of the ordinary. This little guy is layered with big flavor, and it can be prepared in less than 10 minutes! Give your morning toast a makeover with a tasty fried egg, crisp and salty prosciutto and creamy chunks of avocado.  Continue reading “Prosciutto, Egg and Avocado Toast”