Healthy Valentine's Truffles

If you are still in doubt about what to make for that special someone for Valentine’s Day, consider Healthy Valentine’s Truffles: with just four ingredients the work is minimal and the taste is unbelievable. These truffles are free of trans-fats and … Read more

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Frosty Snow Paint

One of the coolest artsy projects to try with the kids this winter is frosty snow paint. This paint is fluffy and white, like snow. It also dries to a puffy finish. Once the kids are bored painting with an … Read more

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15 Healthy Ways To Satisfy Sweet Tooth

Sweet cravings usually hit after a meal. You don’t necessarily want  a box of chocolates; you just want something sweet to satisfy your sweet tooth. Keep in mind that most snacks on this list  contain sugar, yet they are still healthier … Read more

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Sewn Felt Heart

Children love learning how to sew. Sewn felt heart is a fun project for Valentine’s Day. You need a crayon, a sheet of felt, a pair of scissors, a needle and a thread and a pipe cleaner. Stuffing is optional. … Read more

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The Easiest Blueberry Pie

Making pies is often time-consuming, so you’d be happy to know that The Easiest Blueberry Pie takes only about seven minutes of active work. You can make it with fresh or frozen blueberries (thaw the frozen ones first.) The Easiest Blueberry Pie is … Read more

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Tundra Diorama in a Box

We were studying the Tundra at homeschool and the kids made a cute diorama of this biome. We had read a few books about the tundra and learned about its climate and its animals. We did a few projects from … Read more

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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Snack Balls

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Snack Balls are easily made and can be stored in the freezer for those times when someone wants a snack. Kids’ favorite, they are high in fiber and B-vitamins. They are also sweet and tasty like chewy … Read more

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Bundle up to These Winter Tips for Managing Diabetes

By Anna Hicks With the winter season well under way, anticipation is building for spring as we approach the back half of winter, the home stretch! For individuals with diabetes, blood sugar levels are more easily manipulated by cold temperatures, … Read more

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Snow Winter Painting

To do a snow winter painting with the kids, you need very few supplies. This craft is open-ended, so the children can create many variations of it. Snow Winter Painting You need: paper, tape, blue watercolor, white paint, paint brushes, salt. … Read more

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Probiotic Kefir Salad Dressing

Probiotic Kefir Salad Dressing is full of nutrients and exceptionally tasty. Kefir is yogurt-like, probiotic-rich fermented drink. Probiotics are the “good” bacteria known to help digestion and prevent colds. Kefir also contains vitamins, minerals, and protein. It is easy to … Read more

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No-Sew Snowman from Socks

No-sew snowman is a cute craft that even children can easily do. These snowmen make fun winter gifts and cute house decorations and toys. Everyone has old socks around the house and this snowman craft is a fun way to use … Read more

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Grain-Free Arrowroot Crepes

Grain- Free Arrowroot Crepes taste so good, that I am considering making this one my only crepe recipe! These arrowroot crepes are very easily flipped on the frying pan and are not prone to breakage. Grain- Free Arrowroot Crepes are made … Read more

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