grilled veggies

I had some roasted vegetables from yesterday. The good thing about these is that you can eat them with virtually anything: pasta, grains or sandwiches can only benefit from a few strips of a freshly roasted sweet pepper or a … Read more

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tomato soup

This easy and healthy gaspacho soup can be ready in 5 minutes- just garnish it with some fresh herbs and maybe add some grated cheese. The raw soup would be a perfect appetizer on a hot summer night. The soup’s temperature and texture are very child-friendly.

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This post a reprint of a post by AnneMarie Colbin. The author suggests the following tips for  a healthy school year. I would take this one step further and recommend these steps year-round for happy and healthy children. Annemarie has … Read more

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buckwheat crepe with fruit filling

This breakfast is  sweet, delicious , easy to make and also works as an afternoon snack. You can substitute olive oil for butter or coconut oil, if desired. The crepes are usually well-received by kids who like sweets. If fruit … Read more

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Mr. Big Baby sees cars everywhere. He tries to make every art project we do about vehicles. If we sit down to draw a    flower, he wants to draw a small flower next to a big car.  At almost … Read more

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Today, my friends and I were discussing avocados. Specifically, avocado smoothies. The best part about putting avocado in a smoothie is the smooth texture it provides and the light flavor it gives out, making it possible to mix avocado with … Read more

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Remember the carrot chips I made yesterday? Well, I had some leftovers and they went into a sandwich that turned out pretty amazing. I suspect that this sandwich can also be made into a delicious salad.

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My eight months-old twin babies are eating real food. Not the stuff that comes from jars and costs 99 cents per 1/4 cup-size portion. I am not a pediatrician, I am a mother and a nutritionist, so take my advice … Read more

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quinoa

As a busy mother, I know nothing beats a good casserole when it comes down to a quick and delicious family dinner. This casserole is very easy and is excellent for utilizing leftovers. The vegetables I chose to use this … Read more

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carrot chips

This snack is nutritious and super easy.  Kids love it and it’s not junk food! I like to cut corners by using precut carrot slices, but, obviously you can slice your own carrots. I like to double up the recipe … Read more

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healthy and easy vegan pumpkin breakfast smoothie

Today, I was making some butternut squash puree for my babies (they have tried broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potato, carrot, apple, cucumber, banana, avocado, quinoa, buckwheat and butternut squash so far.) Then, I realized I had way too much leftover squash. … Read more

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curry cookies

I love spicy food, so these cookies taste amazing to me. In the past I had made them with 4 tbsp. of tahini paste instead of eggs and with more whole wheat flour when I couldn’t find any quinoa flour … Read more

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