Spelt Crepes, Dairy-Free

I have an easy and healthy recipe of dairy-free spelt crepes for you. But before that, I’d like to explain why is spelt better than wheat. Spelt is an ancient grain, which  provides a great nutritional profile, easy digestibility and … Read more

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Lacing Activity For Fine Motor Skills

Lacing is one of the simplest and best activities for fine motor skills. I gave my son some butcher’s twine, some buttons, staples and colored pasta and he made a necklace! I also put some “trick” items in his lacing … Read more

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Strawberry Rhubarb Smoothie

If you would like to expand your smoothie arsenal, consider trying a strawberry rhubarb smoothie. Rhubarb is a rich in vitamin C, fiber and potassium. Rhubarb has the ability to absorb bad cholesterol in the body and reduce the risk … Read more

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Larabar Review, Giveaway and Recipe!

Larabar Review, Giveaway and Recipe!   I love healthy, nutritious, fully raw energy bars called LÄRABAR: they bring back the memory of college days, when I used to eat at least one a day. So, when I was approached to … Read more

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Cardboard Box Train

Cardboard Box Train I saw many  versions of this cardboard box train online: from completely bare boxes to those painted to look like real trains. On a bad weather day, I decided to create our own cardboard train. Firstly, fold … Read more

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Vegan Almond Cookies

I realized that I haven’t posted an oat-free healthy cookie recipe in a while. These vegan almond cookies cookies are chewy, decadent and rich in deep almond flavor. Feel free to substitute almond butter for peanut butter, by the way: … Read more

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Kale and Green Pea Soup

This Kale and Green Pea Soup is one of these “how to feed vegetables to kids” recipes. Most kids like green peas, but are not so keen on kale. The great news is that you can’t really taste kale in … Read more

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Egg Carton Flowers

This is a simple egg-carton project that even a toddler can do. If you like this project, check out my egg carton crocodile and egg carton caterpillar. You need: 1/2 of Egg Carton, sharp scissors+ knife ( for you, not your toddler,) paints, brushes, … Read more

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Numerous times, I’ve been asked about where to buy healthy foods, so I finally took the time and compiled this list. Please, let me know if there is something you believe should be added to it. Grains and legumes: nutsonline.com They … Read more

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Five ways to make healthy eating fun Guest post by Vitacost.com (Feel free to pin the image) To call it a challenge would be an understatement. Anyone who has ever attempted to coerce their child into taking a bite of … Read more

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Rice Table or Indoor Sandbox

We went to our local child’s museum a  few months ago, where they had a nice rice table. My baby boy ate a handful of rice there and we were all sick for three weeks after that incident! So I … Read more

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Maple Lemon Oatmeal Cookies

I bake healthy cookies once a week. My cookie recipes take about 10 minutes to prepare and another 12 to bake. Add 5-10 minutes for cleanup and it still takes you less time to bake then to go to the … Read more

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