There is nothing quite the creamy bowl of Sugar-Free Vegan Blackberry Swirl Gelato on a hot summer day. The kids adore it; it doesn’t take a long time to make and it tastes just like the “real” ice cream: soft, sweet … Read more
Light and fruity, the vegan peach ice cream tastes summery and most importantly, creamy and “real.” It is ready quickly, too.
History is a vital subject for children to learn, as a lot of their understanding of current events, science, discoveries and more is based on historical events of the past. History helps children understand where we came from and how … Read more
Inflammation reportedly causes multiple diseases and unpleasant conditions in the body. Joint pain, headaches, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, autoimmune disorders and more can be signs of inflammation in the body. Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie is a delicious way to get rid of … Read more
To make a grain-free Easy Zucchini Lasagna, all you need to do is chop some veggies and arrange them in layers. You can use regular or vegan cheese. This hot dish can be eaten by itself or with a side … Read more
To teach some patterning, which is very helpful for early math and categorization of objects, I made Natural Patterns in Play Dough Sensory Tub for the toddlers and preschoolers. This sensory tub provides an opportunity for imaginative play ( my kids … Read more
Ricotta muffins are soft, light and a perfect substitute for a cheesecake. Best of all, these muffins are sugar-free and grain-free, too. Full of blueberries, these muffins make an excellent breakfast or a snack.
by Anna Hicks Childhood Injuries: What To do When Your Child is Seriously Injured It would be nice if the only boo-boo we had to worry about our children getting throughout life were bumps, scrapes, and bruises. As a mother, … Read more
An ideal snack is healthy and satisfying. Hopefully, it’s also easily made, protein-rich and sugar-free ( so that you don’t get the sugar spike, followed by the low energy in a few hours.) Fortunately, if fruits and energy bars are … Read more
To help children better understand nature and to be more observant in it, we made a nature treasure map. This map doesn’t have to depict objects accurately. It does, however, have to depict every object the child sees. Ask the … Read more