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Dorney Park Summer Culinary Series For a Tasty Family Adventure

Dorney Park Summer Culinary Series | In The Kitchen With KP | Summer Family Travel Fun

This is a sponsored post written by me in partnership with Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. Ah, sweet summertime! Even though I work full time and don’t get an official 2+ month vacation like my kids, doesn’t mean I don’t love Summer just the same. Especially when my family is invited to enjoy a full […]

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8 Ways To Add Vegetables to Everyday Recipes

8 Ways To Add Vegetables to Everyday Recipes | In The Kitchen With KP | Kid Friendly Vegetable Ideas

  Growing up I was an extremely picky eater. There were about 4 vegetables I ate, and we all know corn is technically not a vegetable. Thankfully, my eating habits have evolved over the years, but now as a mom, I’m now dealing with my own picky eater. Making sure my family gets their recommended […]

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Sloppy Joe Stromboli #ManwichMonday

Sloppy Joe Stromboli | In The Kitchen With KP | Easy Weeknight Meal Recipes

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Manwich. All opinions are 100% mine. Mondays really get a bad rap. It never fails that the kids are sluggish getting up for school on Mondays, and I’m no better. My bed taunts me to stay for just five more minutes. Before I know […]

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Host the Perfect Holiday Playdate and Make the Easiest Cutout Sugar Cookie Recipe Ever

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine. Growing up, my mom worked full time, just like I do today. She didn’t have a ton of extra time, but there were always packages of Betty Crocker® Sugar and Peanut Butter cookies in the […]

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Sweet Holiday Planning with NABISCO WHEAT THINS PB Chocolate Bites

WHEAT THINS PB Chocolate Bites | In The Kitchen With KP | Easy Holiday Recipes

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of NABISCO Cookies and Crackers. All opinions are 100% mine. Well, I did it! I hosted my first holiday get together of the season and it went off without a hitch. My turkey was golden brown and juicy, and served with a colorful array of […]

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Inspiring Independence For Kids In The Kitchen With Campbell’s® Sauces

Inspiring Independence For Kids In The Kitchen | In The Kitchen With KP | Cooking With Kids

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Campbell Soup Company. All opinions are 100% mine. As a double, working parent household, my husband and I often find ourselves hustling during the week to get dinner on the table in a timely manner. We often look for shortcuts that will still allow […]

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Find Your Happy In The Kitchen With New GE Café Series Appliances

Find Your Happy In The Kitchen With New GE Café Series Appliances | In The Kitchen With KP

  When we made the decision to move back to Pennsylvania my biggest requirement for the new house was to have an open and updated kitchen. I’m a firm believer that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and since it’s the main premise of my blog, a great kitchen in the new house […]

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Connect Your family with Conversation and Scholastic Parent & Child #KidQapp

This is a sponsored post in conjunction with Scholastic Parent & Child. As always, all opinions are my own. As parents we’ve all been there. You ask your child what they did at school and your eyes are met with blank stares. Even better, when the response the offer is “I don’t know” or “I […]

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Top 10 Reasons I Love Being a Grown Up #TheGoudaLife AD

Some days I would love to be transported back to my childhood. The love of Summer vacation and when I had no cares in the world. Then I spend the evening helping my daughter practice her math homework using the Common Core principals. Sheesh! Who came up with that crap? Then my mind explodes and […]

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How To Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten and the First Day of School

Even if your child has been in preschool for the years leading up to Kindergarten, attending a much larger and confusing elementary school for the first time can be extremely intimidating. While they may see some of their familiar preschool friends, there will be many new faces, different teachers, big hallways, and of course, a […]

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