Nest Building Play Invitation is an open-ended, creative opportunity for the kids to better understand how bird nests are made. Using play dough as a base, the children can use cotton balls, straw, sticks, stalks of grass, leaves, pebbles, etc, … Read more

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by Anna Hicks As a mother, you will want to remember that how you live your life will influence your children one way or another. . Even when you are not directly or indirectly influencing how they view the world … Read more

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Strawberries are in season and Strawberry Cashew Cream Toast makes a simple vegan breakfast. You can use any bread you like, including gluten-free bread. Cashew cream tastes just like ricotta: creamy and wonderful, which makes it a pleasant companion to tart … Read more

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When you want to start the day with something sweet, yet healthy and quick, there is nothing like Avocado Breakfast Pudding. Full of healthy fats and Vitamin E, avocado can allegedly make your hair and skin look better, while you are … Read more

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Two Bean Hummus is a tasty alternative to the traditional hummus, which is usually prepared with cooked garbanzo beans. Rich in protein and the healthy fats, this spread will brighten up your veggie plate and add flavor to your sandwich. You need a … Read more

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Dandelions can be used to make a pretty batch of homemade play dough. The kids can help gather the materials, too. Dandelion Play Dough is easy to work with and most importantly, fun and seasonal. I made a batch of simple … Read more

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If you prefer your egg salad not drowning in mayonnaise, Avocado Egg Salad is a healthy, yet still a very tasty solution. Avocados are a great source of monounsaturated fat, vitamin E and vitamin B6. Avocado Egg Salad is mayonnaise-free and features … Read more

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A green salad with lima beans is both tasty and nutrient-dense.  I like to pre-cook the beans and use them in  a multitude of dishes, but you can use frozen or canned lima beans, if you are pressed for time. … Read more

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Strawberry Stevia Shake has no added sugar, be it in the form of bananas or dates or maple syrup or whatever. This healthy milkshake’s sweetness comes from two things only: strawberries and stevia. I used coconut milk to make the Strawberry … Read more

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Spring Blossom Sensory Tub is pretty and very educational. It teaches early measuring skills and imaginative play. I like to give the kids a mortar and pestle with this tub, so that they can grind the petals, which they absolutely … Read more

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Kale with Feta and Polenta makes  a healthy and filling entree, full of nutrients and flavor. I like to slice the cooked polenta and saute it in a generous amount of butter, until crispy on both sides. I then add … Read more

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How can something heavenly be quick and easy to make? Enter Quick Raspberry Cream Cake. The cake tastes absolutely incredible: light, creamy, airy, tart, yet sweet. It is not a super-sweet dessert. Low in overall sugar, the cake allows you to taste the … Read more

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