I’m really excited to share this recipe with you today. So excited, in fact, that I’m also hosting a $100 Visa gift card giveaway too! This brussels sprouts dish is my absolute favorite way to prepare Brussels sprouts and it’s so, so easy. This dish is going on my Thanksgiving day menu and it’s also a side I plan on making often these next few months.

One of the foods I look most forward to in Fall is Brussels sprouts. I didn’t grow up eating them, but after trying them a few years ago, I totally fell in love with these mini cabbage-looking vegetables. I’m always on the hunt for the best brussels sprouts recipe, and I think I’ve found it. And it’s so ridiculously easy too.

I made these recently and everyone loved them–even the kids! I was almost embarrassed to share the recipe because it’s so easy.

Honeymee is a soft-serve ice cream shop that offers “true milk” ice cream and natural honeycomb chips. They have several location in Los Angeles and one in Irvine. After hearing rave reviews from a few friends, we went to go check it out.

The menu is pretty simple. They only have one flavor of soft serve, their signature true milk soft serve, which you can get by itself, drizzled with honey, with chocolate sauce, or with a honeycomb chip. They also offer a few ice cream shakes.


Since it was my first time here, I had to try the honeymee, which is their true milk ice cream topped with a natural honeycomb chip. I’m not quite sure what “true milk” ice cream is. I believe they call it that because they use milk and no artificial ingredients. The ice cream was definitely one of the creamiest, purest tasting ice creams I’ve eaten and I really enjoyed it.

As for the honeycomb…

This slow cooker creamed corn is an easy and delicious side dish.

Thanksgiving is just a few short days away. Can you believe it? I don’t know where November went. As I plan my Thanksgiving menu this year, I’m trying to learn to let go and not try to do everything myself. For example, I’m planning on ordering pies rather than staying up all night baking them. This creamed corn is another good example. It takes longer to make than if you were to make it on the stove, but what is really great is that you don’t have to keep watching over it.

You throw your ingredients into the pot and then you can go off and work on other dishes while it is cooking. Also, creamed corn tends to curdle when it gets cold. You can keep this dish warm in your slow cooker until dinner is ready, which prevents it from looking unappetizing.