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My One-Word: Optimism

In early January, I enjoy reflecting on the past year, meditating, and praying about who Jesus wants me to be. Last year, my one-word was HIM. I wanted Humility, to Invest in other's lives, and More sacrificial love. Although I saw much sorrow and grief this past...

MightyFix from MightyNest – Living Healthy in the New Year

This post is sponsored by MightyNest, a company committed to sourcing sustainable products for healthy homes. It's a new year, can you believe it? This week, my children are slowly easing back into homeschool while I spend a good portion of my days in reflection and...

Honey Sweetened, Chai Spiced Shortbread Cookies

This post is sponsored by RawSpiceBar, creators of freshly ground spice kits for wildly flavorful meals. In this season, my counters seem to blanket a constant thin coating of flour as I prepare many of my honey sweetened goodies that my children look forward to each...

Give your Children the Gift of Lasting Memories

As much as we all enjoy to savor the holiday season with our families, before we know it, Christmas will be over and the year will be starting anew. Sugar cookies, gingerbread houses, and eggnog will have been made, packages adorned in beautiful paper and bows will...

Naturally Sweetened, Homemade Eggnog

We've been having the sweetest Advent season at home. In the morning, my boys have been getting their core subjects done quickly so that we can all snuggle up onto the couch and sing carols together, read poetry, and pour over really good Christmas books. Before we...

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

Tomato Basil Soup and Soup’s On!

I'm really excited to have Jennifer Cote from The Grateful Table sharing a warming and comforting tomato basil soup with us. Jennifer just released a brand new eBook called,Soup's On! Made From Scratch and you can find it on Amazon for FREE until Saturday. Grab your...

10 Untraditional Thanksgiving Side Recipes

My favorite part about a Thanksgiving feast are the side dishes. Although biting into a juicy, succulent piece of pastured turkey is divine, I most enjoy discovering new flavors in the spread of the smaller dishes that deserve their place of attention as well. When...

Warm Yourself with a Bowl of Homemade Tomato Soup

The gardening season is just about over at my house.  As much as I enjoy to work the soil, the colder months bring me added hours of rest. After a long harvest season of freezing, canning, and preserving, rest is something I look forward to. Although I'm still...

Slow Cooked Cider Pork Chops with Pumpkin and Apples

I know I've mentioned that fall isn't my favorite season but my, oh my, do I ever love the seasonal foods in this time. Pumpkin, squash, cider, apples, spices of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, and...pork. Yummy, fatty, heritage breed, pastured pork. If you...

Whole Wheat, Pumpkin Peanut Butter Cookies with Dark Chocolate

This is a post in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and The National Peanut Board.  All thoughts and opinions are my own. Around 3pm each afternoon, my boys are usually starving.  Or as they say, STARVING! They're not really – they're just looking for...

An Easy Dessert for a Fall Gathering: Super Simple Apple Cobbler

Now that the weather is starting to cool and we're a month into homeschool, it's starting to feel like fall. To me, fall is everything squash, spice, pie, and cobblers. As much as I love to make a good pie, sometimes I want to make something quick when I have a large...