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An Advent Book List for Children, 2017

This has become one of my favorite posts of the year to write, An Advent Book List for Children. This is the post where I share with you what books I've selected for our season in Advent, the 24 days leading to Christmas. You can check out my 2015 Advent book list...

Whole Wheat Einkorn Banana Bread – Honey Sweetened

Two of my favorite ways to use ripe bananas are in double chocolate chip banana muffins and whole wheat einkorn banana bread. I generally bake my family a batch of muffins or sweet bread per week. For a busy homeschooling family like mine, it allows for quick...

Upside-Down Einkorn Apple Muffins

Upside-down einkorn apple muffins have quickly become one of my family's favorite treats to eat during this season. They're made with einkorn flour and gently sweetened using honey and applesauce in the batter and a bit of coconut palm sugar in the caramelized apple...

Saying Goodbye to my Mami

A month ago I found myself sitting at a coffee shop writing a post about how functional medicine is making me well again. After a long summer, in and out of doctor's appointments and finding healing through functional medicine, I never suspected that my Mami was...

One Mom’s Journey to Delightful Living

Friends, I'm always filled with such joy at seeing other families take delight in educating their children at home. I've shared with you about my own journey to homeschool, how we've become a family that reads, and my own homeschooling journey with Charlotte Mason and...

A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner, 2017-2018

Friends, I'm so excited to bring to you my new Charlotte Mason homeschool planner for the 2017-2018 academic year! After going "whole hog" with Charlotte Mason and A Delectable Education for the past year, I've been able to see what improvements I needed to make to...

Hi, I'm Diana.

Hi, I'm Diana.

I’m a mother of three, proud wife, and humbled daughter of God. I find such joy meeting with Jesus in my organic garden. My comfort is in the kitchen where I cook nourishing foods for my friends and family. My passion is in wellness and forever learning how to live a life in good health. Here at My Humble Kitchen, I share what I learn as we all do our best to live a life that promotes health and wellness. I love connecting with people on facebookpinterest, and instagram.

Seasonal Recipes

Whole Wheat Einkorn Banana Bread – Honey Sweetened

Two of my favorite ways to use ripe bananas are in double chocolate chip banana muffins and whole wheat einkorn banana bread. I generally bake my family a batch of muffins or sweet bread per week. For a busy homeschooling family like mine, it allows for quick...

Upside-Down Einkorn Apple Muffins

Upside-down einkorn apple muffins have quickly become one of my family's favorite treats to eat during this season. They're made with einkorn flour and gently sweetened using honey and applesauce in the batter and a bit of coconut palm sugar in the caramelized apple...

Spanakopita Pockets

Dark leafy greens are an important part of my diet. They keep my digestion moving and are a great way to get a healthy range of nutrients like magnesium, calcium, potassium, and B-vitamins. I shoot to eat dark leafy greens, in some form, every day. Each week I buy a...

A Simple Arroz Con Pollo – Chicken with Rice

No matter the season, homemade broth is usually bubbling away, simmering on my stovetop. To me, homemade broth speaks of tenderness; A humble way to nourish those we love most. It brings sweet comfort to a mama's heart knowing that this traditional, simple method of...

Fermented Buckwheat Crunch

If you follow me on Instagram, you've probably noticed a hashtag that I share often - #probioticseveryday. It's a mantra I live by especially now that I'm in my late thirties. You see, eating probiotics (consumed in supplement form or in fermented foods) every day is...

Salsa Verde made from Green Tomatoes

Friends, we have recently moved to a new home in the city and my heart couldn’t be happier. It’s not the country like our hearts anticipated, but it’s a lovely home with a large kitchen (YAY!) and plenty of land to continue in urban homesteading. I feel like I spent...

Isaiah’s Pickles

... every age has its long tiresome journey. Sometimes it is an endless lurching over miles of dry grass and sunflowers, and the breaking of raw prairie sod. And sometimes it is an endless fighting for the peace and comfort of fellow men. - Bess Streeter Aldrich, A...

Fig and Honey Frangipane Tartlets

Friends, this past year has been one of rest and in learning to be still that I may hear His voice. I shared a bit about my whirlwind year with you in my most recent post, I Found Simplicity in My Garden. My life has been a bit chaotic for sure, but guess what? I...

A Mexican, Chicken Mole Chili

Oh, March, I'm so happy to see you. The deep winter is slowly fading away and you, sweet March, bring me the hope of plants sprouting anew, baby chicks chirping away, and time spent outdoors soaking up the sun. Can you tell I have cabin fever? I do enjoy March for the...

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