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Modern Mother Goddess Recipes and DIYs

Autumn Inspired Fruit Crisp

Posted by Christie Donn on

Fall is on my mind, and that means I want all the sweet and spicy flavors that come along with it. My "Three Ingredient Fruit Crisp" can easily be adapted for a warm and inviting autumn treat! 

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Super Simple Crescent Cinnamon Rolls

Posted by Christie Donn on

I found this original recipe on the Pillsbury site, but I made a few minor changes that I HIGHLY recommend!  Big and fluffy pastry, caramelized crunchy bits, and gooey icing! Totally kid-approved! And you don't have to scroll through a twelve page story about a turtle to get to the recipe. Because moms don't have time for that when they're trying to make breakfast for kids!    Ingredients: 2 Cans of refrigerated crescent roll dough (8 oz each) I like to use the sheets, but you could use the triangle rolls and press the seams together. Or the Rounds are good for...

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Cinnamon Apple Raisin Muffins

Posted by Christie Donn on

Need something to do with your leftover applesauce? Try this easy muffin recipe! 

Big and fluffy. Crunchy topping with a moist interior!

These can be whipped up in time for a weekend breakfast with the kiddos, and guaranteed to please. 

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Easy Fruit Crisp - Just 3 ingredients!

Posted by Christie Donn on

Nothing is easier than a dump cake. Well, other than buying a cake at the store, I guess. That might be easier if you don't mind putting on pants, getting in the car, driving to the store, and buying it. That's too much work for me. I'd rather just toss these three ingredients into a pan and bake it. Less people-y. Yes. I said throw three ingredients into a pan and bake it. No stirring or mixing. You literally pour ingredients in, one after another, and put it in the oven. That's the beauty of a dump cake! If you've...

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Homemade Breast Milk Lotion

Posted by Christie Donn on

Human breast milk is basically like magic. Not only is it the perfect food for human babies, it's also full of living cells and antibodies that boost baby's immune system, and it's composition changes based on your baby's saliva through nursing.

I cannot stress how simple this recipe really is to make. I whipped up a batch this morning in the time it took my coffee maker to brew a pot, while my whole family was still sleeping! Once you have these six ingredients in your pantry, you can mix up a jar in just a few quick minutes! 

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