Pepper, Eggplant and Tomato Bake

Pepper, Eggplant and Tomato Bake tastes like an ad for vegetarian food (vegan, minus the goat cheese.) It’s light, yet juicy and full of colors and flavors. Just like all of my recipes, this bake is easy to make: I … Read more

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Berry Breakfast Smoothie

I love making smoothies for breakfast for my family because… Well, because they are easy to make! And they are healthy and nutritious, too. This berry breakfast smoothie is full of protein, antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, Omega 3 fatty acids: it’s … Read more

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Homemade Snow

Homemade snow is a fun sensory project. The resulting “snow” feels just like snow, except for it’s not cold! All you need is 2 boxes of cornstarch and 1 bottle of shaving cream. Let your kids mix the two, using … Read more

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Lemon Jalapeno Smoothie

This smoothie is hot, spicy and ridiculously refreshing. It’s a great smoothie to try before or after your workout or instead of your cup of coffee. Add 1/4 cup of chia seeds as an appetite suppressant and this spicy smoothie … Read more

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Birds Sensory Tub

Once I made this cute Bird Sensory Tub I realized we had no birds to play with! All I found were two plastic roosters and a penguin, so I hope you can do better than this! I lined the inside … Read more

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Flour-less Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie

How about a decadent peanut butter chocolate chip cookie, which is vegan, gluten-free contains no flour and is made with just 5 ingredients? I made these cookies last weekend and they were gone before I closed the oven, or so … Read more

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Homemade Lava Lamp

Homemade lava lamp is an incredible experience in preschool or kid science, as it teaches kids about density. My photos do not do this project justice: I was too absorbed in the experience to catch the moment of popping bubbles … Read more

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How to make Elderberry Syrup Guest post by Marina Falkin, who makes cold and flu-fighting herbal tea blends, available in her Etsy store.   The summer is gone and cold season is coming soon. This post is on the most yummy … Read more

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Oatmeal Smoothie

Do you like oatmeal? Chances are, even if you love it, it can still get boring. You can jazz your oatmeal up by adding things to it or by putting your oatmeal into a smoothie. This protein-rich oatmeal smoothie is … Read more

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Tomato Zucchini Frittata

Tomato zucchini frittata can be eaten for dinner and then for breakfast the next day. This dish is rich in protein, vegetarian, light, gluten-free, juicy and tasty. See the recipes for 48 other zucchini dishes.

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stamping with legos

Do your kids love their Legos? Legos can be used in multiple learning activities. Because kids already like Legos, they’d be more interested in the other Lego activities you have to offer them. Try Lego arithmetics, for example. My oldest … Read more

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Curried Carrot and Butternut Squash Pancakes

I never tried adding spice to carrot and butternut squash pancakes before. “Vegetable pancakes are supposed to be bland” was a thought, firmly instilled in my head since childhood. Well, I did add spices to this batch of pancakes and … Read more

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