The Cake Mama’s Disneyland Vacation Tips

If you know me at all you’ll definitely know that our family ADORES all things Disney and that we visit Disneyland nearly every year. Our very first trip as a family was when our eldest Emma was 3 years old! Needless to say we’ve got a few years under our belts and have figured out the best way to navigate a trip that sticks to our budget and ensures a great time! I also want to add the disclaimer that nothing in this post is sponsored (though maybe it should be LOL!) and this is purely my experiences that I’m sharing with you. Ok, let’s dive in! FlightsWe ALWAYS fly out of the US. Not only are flights significantly cheaper when you fly out of Bellingham or Seattle, but you skip ...

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My Experience with Electone by Dermapure

This post is graciously sponsored by Dermapure Clinics & Dermapure Kelowna. All opinions and results are honest and my own. My Electone Journey I am so excited to be sharing my experience thus far with the Electone treatment that is available via Dermapure Clinics. I first approached them with interest when someone I knew shared their experience with electric muscle stimulation (EMS) and I was blown away by their results. While the treatment can be used to target various areas of the body I was mainly interested in working on my abdominal area as that is one of the hardest areas to see results from even when you're incorporating exercise and good eating habits. If you're new ...

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Vegan Warm Potato Salad

If you ever got to try the Earls restaurant warm potato salad and loved it as much as I did then you're going to love this vegan version! It's full of flavour and creamy goodness you won't be able to stop at one bite! Vegan Warm Potato Salad The weather is warming up here in Kelowna and warmer weather makes me think of barbecues and get togethers with friends and family. Food is always the center of attention at such gatherings and so I present to you this delicious vegan warm potato salad! If I'm being honest, this dish could actually be a main course LOL because I love potatoes. Plus this recipe has other vegetables in it so it makes it balanced right? In any case, your omni ...

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To Me, From Me: A Mother’s Day Gift Guide

This post contains affiliate links which means I make a small commission on some of the products listed here. I am grateful for your support! It's that time of year again where us moms get to be spoiled and showered with love from our kids! I love getting handmade cards or thoughtful presents and I've saved nearly all of them so I can remember these fleeting years of motherhood. I don't know about you, but I often shop for myself for most occasions. Rolando finds it annoying LOL but I honestly can't help myself! Sometimes I'll be mindful and send an email to drop some hints of things I'll love as a gift for my birthday etc, but sometimes it's just easier to buy what I like whatever ...

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Vegan Chewy Peanut Butter Crinkle Cookies

You will not be able to get enough of these vegan chewy peanut butter crinkle cookies! Add some chocolate drizzle for a special treat! Vegan Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies I remember being a kid and getting excited when my mom would come home with a box of Pirate cookies. If you don't know what those are- they're peanut butter cookies sandwiched with a layer of peanut buttery goodness. (tastes like the Reese's pieces!) Back in my day.....LOL - there were no restrictions on eating peanut butter. at school and so it was really common to find kids with peanut butter sandwiches and peanut related treats in their lunches. Fast forward to today..things are not quite like they were and ...

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Hearty Soy Curl Stew With Cheesy Pastry Straws

This cozy stew is perfect for cold nights when you want something filling and full of flavor! The soy curls add a "chicken" texture which is perfect for this dish. Hearty Soy Curl Stew With Cheesy Pastry Straws In these early days of spring it's hard not to jump into warm weather mode; clothing and all! Mother Nature on the other hand likes to remind us that there are still chillier days ahead and so this stew is a perfect transitional dish from winter to spring or fall to winter! This soy curl stew is reminiscent of the chicken pot pies and beef stews my mom used to make when I was a kid. We'd usually pair it with a slice of Polish rye bread and dip it into the stew when it was ...

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