Buckwheat and Flax Seed Bread

This gluten-free and vegan buckwheat bread has been long time in the making. I tweaked and re-tweaked the recipe, until I absolutely loved it. The way this bread is right now, it can be sliced to make a sandwich or … Read more

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Spring Garden Sensory Tub

Spring Garden Sensory Tub comes handy when you need to do some gardening yourself, without the children’s assistance. This project keeps toddlers, preschoolers and older kids occupied for quite a while. I chose wild rice to represent soil, but black … Read more

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LUSCIOUS MANGO COCONUT GREEN SMOOTHIE

The Luscious Mango Coconut Green Smoothie would remind you of a tropical vacation. It combines all of the exotic flavors with a pile of healthy nutrients. The smoothie is sweet and creamy enough for the kids to enjoy, too.   … Read more

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Vegan Iron Bomb Soup

The lentil-based vegan soup is a true iron bomb, as all of the ingredients it contains are rich in this essential mineral. The soup is spicy, chewy and very filling. It contains beet greens, lentils, parsley and leeks, all of … Read more

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Broccoli Rabe and Feta Bake

Broccoli rabe is sweeter and chewier than broccoli and combines well with (dairy-free) cheese in a casserole. Broccoli rabe is rich in Vitamins A, C, K, and folic acid, as well as minerals, like potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, zinc and iron. This … Read more

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Top 5 Leafy Green Vegetables

Leafy green vegetables are the among the healthiest foods you can eat. Rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and plant-based substances that may help protect you from  diabetes, cancer and heart disease, green leafy vegetables should be enjoyed daily. They are good in smoothies, soups, salads and … Read more

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Spring and Easter Wreath DIY

My kid and I made this cute spring wreath very quickly. It can be used as a decoration or as a present. For supplies, you need three things, which are found in any craft store: 12 inch foam wreath 2 … Read more

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Painted Daffodils with a Fork

Painted Daffodils are a fun an easy spring craft. They are painted with a fork, which makes them easy enough for a toddler to do. You need green and yellow paint, paper, paint brush. Paint green lines for stems. Make … Read more

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3-Ingredient Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

I have multiple recipes for the healthy and the tasty oatmeal raisin cookies, yet I was happy to try a new, easy cookie recipe with no added sugar. The cookies are vegan, gluten-free ( if using certified GF oats) and … Read more

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Green Smoothie That's Pink

Kids are sometimes afraid of green smoothies and this smoothie solves this problem. The smoothie is full of greens, yet it is deeply pink in color. The color is obtained from beets, which are rich in iron, potassium, folate and … Read more

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15 Best Springtime Crafts and Projects

As the air is getting warmer, it is time to start some spring crafts and activities.The following 15 spring projects are pretty and pretty easy to do with kids. Pompom Chicks Spring Watercolor Flowers Pipe Cleaner Spring Garden Spring Chick … Read more

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Blueberry Muffin From Pancake Mix

Most of my recipes are from scratch, but I found an amazing gluten-free pancake mix and used it to make both blueberry muffins and tasty crepes. The blueberry muffins are easy enough for a child to bake. They are sweet and moist and … Read more

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