Homemade allergy free edible play dough

We had some little friends over for a play date and I wanted to surprise them with some homemade edible play dough. All the recipes I found online had various unhealthy or high-allergy components: peanut butter, powdered milk, white sugar. … Read more

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Daisy flower mosaic aplique for preschoolers and toddlers

My kids feel empowered when they are able to cut, paste and glue things by themselves without my assistance. I feel peaceful when all of my kids are busy doing something and I can enjoy five minutes of quiet time. … Read more

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Pumpkin Seed Milk To Expel Parasites

In ancient China, people used pumpkin seeds  to expel parasites. Pumpkin seeds  are a very nutrient-dense food, as they are high in iron, zinc and omega-3 fatty acids. In Healing With Whole Foods, Paul Pitchford writes, “Various parasites infect a major percentage of … Read more

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This slightly sweet and tangy apple pumpkin dressing adds brightness to autumn salads. The dressing’s vibrant orange color accentuates the crisp shade of green salad leaves extremely well and the salad ends up looking like autumn itself ( add roasted … Read more

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Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookie: 3 Ingredients

When it comes to baking cookies, there is nothing quite like a vegan, gluten-free and quick recipe. If it doesn’t use any flour or sugar, it is only a plus. Since my breakfast cookie  and my 1-minute cookie were such … Read more

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Pumpkin Mosaic

This pumpkin mosaic craft is a fun thing to do when it’s cold outside. The project is easy enough for toddlers ( if you help them.) What I like about this pumpkin, is the fact that it’s made with fall … Read more

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peanut butter chips

I try not to buy peanut butter chips because they are completely addicting and also because they can hardly be called a healthy product. Peanut butter chips contain partially hydrogenated oils, corn syrup and soy lecithin. Peanut butter chips are … Read more

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Lentil Tomato Soup

I love  hearty spicy lentil soup and so does my whole family. Even the 2 year olds don’t mind the spice! I had a pile of tomatoes about to go bad the other day, so I added them to my usual … Read more

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Play Dough Acorns and Owls

  Fall is a magical time for play dough activities. Pumpkins, fall leaves, pine needles, acorns: all of these things can be used in conjunction with homemade pumpkin pie play dough to make simple fall-themed creations. Here’s what you need … Read more

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Spaghetti Squash Casserole

This vegetarian casserole looks like spaghetti, even tastes like spaghetti, but it’s made of…squash! Spaghetti squash, that is. Spaghetti squash is an oblong, yellow mild-tasting squash that turns into squash-like spaghetti when cooked. To roast spaghetti squash, halve it, clean … Read more

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Bee Craft for Preschoolers

We made a cute and easy bee for our homeschool preschool. We used scissors, glue and construction paper. This project is easy enough for someone who is just learning how to use scissors. You need yellow and black construction paper, … Read more

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How wonderful would this world be if we ate cookies for breakfast every day? Well, at least twice a week? I came up with an easy and healthy vegan breakfast cookie, which requires four ingredients only and none of these … Read more

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