QN’s Favorite Christmas Recipes

As you can probably tell, everyone here at Quiet Nonsense loves food! We have so many favorites to share with you! And here’s your warning- you will be hungry by the end of this article.   Mica’s Recipes   These recipes were provided by Mica, CEO of Quiet Nonsense.   Potato- hash brown casserole   Ingredients:   ½ cup of butter 1 onion chopped 1 (16 oz) container of sour cream 1 pkg. (8 oz) shredded cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese blend. 1 tsp salt ½ tsp ground black pepper ½ tsp garlic powder 1 pkg. (30 oz) frozen shredded…

Teas the Season!

I’m calling all tea overs for this one! We have some great suggestions for this winter. Personally, I love to make things as natural as possible, if I am able. I know there are a lot of people that also enjoy doing that.   For this article, I will have two recipes using loose leaf teas that you can customize, and two bag teas you can purchase. I’ve hand-selected some of my favorite teas and tea remedies for those cozy days inside with a good book and fuzzy socks.   Now, I’m an herbal tea junkie so you will see…

Christmas Cookies You’ll Travel For!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, (Did you sing that too?), Yes it’s almost Christmas! Time to start baking cookies to give to family, friends and don’t forget about Santa! The Quiet Nonsense team has gathered all of our favourite cookie recipes for you lovely readers. If you try some of these recipes take a picture and post it on Instagram! Don’t forget to tag us in it so we can add it to our story! @thequietnonsense.   Savannah’s Recipe   Our first recipe has been sent to me by Savannah, a former team member of The Quiet…

5 Gluten Free Recipes That Are Sure to Please

Traditional Christmas foods are some of the most delectable, rich, unhealthy, fattening, and just all around terribly amazing foods known to mankind. While it is a time that indulging is encouraged and seen as custom of the holidays, there is most definitely a way you can indulge in foods that are better for you, yet have all the zing and pep you know and love.   Enter gluten-free and vegan dining! If you’re not aware, gluten-free means a product or food has no wheat gluten in it, and vegan means there is no animals or animal products in it.  …

Quiet Nonsense’s Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

To Americans and Canadians, Thanksgiving is turkey and all the trimmings, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and a family gathering around the table to eat. I, myself, don’t celebrate Thanksgiving because I live in Ireland but today I am embracing Thanksgiving and giving you a plethora of recipes I’ve gathered from the Quiet Nonsense team.     Mica’s Recipes Our first recipes have been sent to me by Mica, the CEO of Quiet Nonsense.   Ranch Veggie Dip   Ingredients: 8 oz of Sour Cream 1⁄3 cup Mayonnaise 1 teaspoon of Onion Powder 1⁄2 teaspoon of Garlic Powder 2 teaspoons of…

Easy Guide to Post-Halloween Detox

Hey guys! (: Tomorrow is the big day! I’m really excited to dress up, hand out candy, and even indulge in a little sugar binge myself, but I’m not very excited about what the sugar’s going to do to my body and how I’m going to feel for days afterward. I know that I’m not alone in feeling this way, so I want to provide you with an easy guide to Post-Halloween Detox!   Detoxing from Candy Galore   Halloween seems to have this way of making me feel and look like absolute crap. All of that candy makes me…

Sneaky Snacks

Halloween party season is upon us and that means you’re going to need some party snacks! This kind of thing is what I dread most about becoming a mom one day because parties aren’t my thing and I’m not very crafty.   So, I decided to ‘sneaky’ snacks because they’re so cute that no one will realize you only spent 10 minutes making them and they’re really cheap to make!   Witch Brooms   What you’ll need:   Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (the taller ones, not the big thin ones) Small Pretzel Sticks   Instructions:   Lay your Reese’s Peanut…

How to Cure Your Sugar Rush Stomachache

Hey guys!! There are only 4 days left until Halloween, so I wanted to prepare you for our most classic American Halloween tradition: the post-Halloween stomachache.   So many people feel like crap after Halloween, including myself, due to the amount of candy they have over-consumed.     You're in luck, though! Through my 20 years of Halloween stomach ache experience, I’ve picked up quite a few tips and tricks that make the recovery a lot easier!   Get Full on Other Things   While it's tempting to splurge on a full bag of Halloween candy, no one likes the…

Creepy Cupcakes

The best part about baking (aside from eating!)  is decorating. Cupcakes are a fun and easy thing to make and even easier to decorate.   This is a fun activity for kids to do, since each child gets his or her own cupcake (no fighting!) and each child can decorate their cupcake exactly how he or she wants to. Just make sure to have plenty of decorations on hand! As Halloween is fast-approaching, here are eight of my favorite ways to decorate cupcakes.   Pro Tip: Bake your cupcakes a day ahead and let them rest overnight to completely cool…