Roasted Eggplant and Sun Dried Tomato Salad

Eggplant is a difficult vegetable to serve. I heard people complain about eggplant’s oily flavor and mushy texture. I think this salad plays up the eggplant extremely well, because my normally eggplant-hating husband loved it. This filling and warm eggplant … Read more

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Homemade Watermelon Flavored Water

Flavored waters present healthy low-sugar alternatives to soda and juice. They also look great, taste great and are very easy to make. This flavored water has a combination of rosemary and watermelon flavors. I know, sounds weird at first, but … Read more

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Grain-Free Crepes

Grain-Free and Gluten-Free Crepes I love making crepes: you can make too many of them, freeze the unused ones and put all kinds of toppings on the rest. Then, you can take a few crepes out of the freezer, top … Read more

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White Play Dough Sensory Tub

  White play dough proved to be very popular: my kids came up with many activities using it. Once the possibilities of playing with white play dough were reaching an end, I made a white play dough sensory tub. I … Read more

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I used to go to a vegan restaurant in Florida and get vegetarian Shepherd’s pie. It was actually called Sheep’s Pie. It contained green peas and carrots and was absolutely heavenly. This dish was meant to be a lot simpler … Read more

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Store-bought croutons typically contain unhealthy oils, food additives and highly processed white flour. It hardly takes any time to make your own croutons. Furthermore, by making croutons you can get rid of any bread that is about to go bad, … Read more

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Play Dough Layers of The Earth

I was inspired to do this strikingly beautiful play dough geology project by pinterest. Our white play dough became boring, so I jazzed it up by dividing it into six ( not equal) parts. I added different food colors to these … Read more

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Raw Food Cookie Balls

I don’t know about you, but I don’t like heavy desserts in the summer. The best part about these raw cookie balls is that you can make one batch of basic cookie dough, divide it and add all kinds of … Read more

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Hand Sculpture

This project is easy enough for a toddler, but fun enough for a kindergardener. Building hand sculptures can be as easy or as complicated as you would like: you can put two hands together or a dozen of hands. the … Read more

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Mint and Lemon-Flavored Water

Flavored water is a wonderful healthy alternative to soda, bottled water and juice. Whilst trying to avoid sugary drinks ( even homemade ones) I wanted to find something other than plain water for us to enjoy. While working at our garden … Read more

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Summer Squash Casserole

The farmer’s market next to my house started to sell beautiful, slightly sweet and delicate yellow summer squash. My favorite way to use summer squash is in this light and quick casserole. I like to serve the casserole with a … Read more

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Frogs Sensory Tub

  We were learning about frogs in our homeschool preschool and as a part of this study, we made a frog-centered sensory tub. Firstly, we bought a small frog from Dollar store – the kind that grows in water. We … Read more

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