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Shopping for Whole Foods from Home guest post With a grocery list in hand, you’re prepared to make nutritious, unprocessed meals for the week ahead and have high hopes of getting in and out of the store in record time. … Read more

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Green Smoothie Recipes

I have tons of green smoothie recipes for you! If you watch my youtube videos, you might have seen this already, as this is a compilation of all of my green smoothie recipes from youtube. Either way, it’s nice to … Read more

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Paper Towel Tube Caterpillar

We made a fun caterpillar out of a paper towel tube ( you can do this with a toilet paper tube, too.) This easy craft is suitable for kids as young as two years old, but older kids would like … Read more

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Kale, Mushroom, Walnut Stir-Fry

I whipped up this Kale, Mushroom, Walnut Stir-Fry for my husband when he came home after everyone else already had dinner. The protein-rich stir-fry took me 7 minutes to make and turned out so delicious that he asked me to make … Read more

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Brown Rice Mac and Cheese

How about an easier version of mac and cheese, which is also healthier? I had some leftovers of brown rice (I always have leftovers of brown rice) and wanted to throw a few ingredients together to see how mac and … Read more

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Sacha Vida Oil

We are giving away a bottle of Sacha Vida oil. This oil is incredible tasty and very healthy. It’s slightly nutty taste compliments virtually any dish. This oil, derived from the Sacha Inchi seeds is pure and incredibly rich in essential … Read more

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Protein Bread for Breakfast, Gluten-Free

I found this recipe for Protein Bread for Breakfast, modified it slightly and baked it. My bread turned out really thin, pita-like. But it was very tasty and kids inhaled it, which makes it a wonderful pancake alternative.

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Cookie Cutter Painting

Cookie cutter painting can be done by kids as small as 18 months old. They can extend the project beyond the paper, however, so you have to watch them. This project involves painting flowers with a flower-shaped cookie cutter. Firstly, … Read more

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Homemade Strawberry Sorbet

Our local farmer’s market finally had first strawberries! I got so excited,  I bought way too much. I cleaned and froze all leftover strawberries for smoothies, desserts and  Homemade Strawberry Sorbet.

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Baked Oatmeal

Here’s my other take on the morning oatmeal in order to make it more interesting, richer in protein and other nutrients. This baked oatmeal can be prepared in the evening and baked in the morning. This way, by the time … Read more

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Water Beads: Project Ocean

We made a fun sensory tub and called it “project ocean.” We used a bag of water beads. Water Beads are wonderful for sensory activities. A $2 bag of water beads produces a whole gallon of these fun, slippery circles. … Read more

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Non-Dairy Soy-Free Cheese

My friend asked me to find a cheese recipe for her lactose-intolerant and allergic to soy child. I found Ann Gentry’s cheese recipe for “an excellent non-dairy cheese that slices, shreds, and melts.” I was eager to give it a try. I … Read more

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