My stance on getting sneaky in the kitchen is very simple. I don’t like to lie about food, especially to children. I also know how hard it can be to get little ones to eat green. Fun holidays like, Halloween or St. Patricks Day and year end holiday are a great time to get green.Continue reading “Green Monster Muffins! “
Aside from the slightly bizarre flavors of the past few years, Kraft Foods – the parent to the Oreo, a Nabisco brand; has a dynasty into the worlds best tasting cookie! A large corporate box chain foods company–but, this means highly processed, refined food ingredients. Also, foods contain additives; that might not be so healthyContinue reading “The Faux-Re-O! Homemade Vegan Oreo Cookies. Clean ! No additives, preservatives or shelve-stabilizers! “
Kids should be in the kitchen as little as 2-3 years old with supervision! Teaching them and getting them get tactile is so important in so many ways. Here is a good introductory lunchtime activity to get them involved. Keep in mind, kids are more likely to eat what they prepare! Nut Butter andContinue reading “Fun P B & J Sushi Rolls The Littles Can Make Themselves!”
Let’s make muffins using delicious California strawberries! What do you like to make with strawberries?
The kitchen is a terrific place to bond with children. Whether you’re planning to rustle up breakfast, or decorating cookies, you can create memories that will last a lifetime. Here are 10 super suggestions for making cooking with the kids fun for everyone!
What tools, what age? Slow Parenting– a new world that seems to have the fast-forward recently into the New Year! It’s a new trend that’s emerging and has taken aim at the multitasking parents who are scheduling classes on the cell phone while dropping the kids off at dance school. This year make a familyContinue reading “Slow Parenting- A New World that Seems to have Fast-forward !”
Carrots are tasty, particularly when hidden.
This year, resolve to be clean when it comes to your food.
Organic foods… are they safer, healthier or more nutritious? The word “organic” refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. Organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution. Farmers who grow organic produce and meat don’t use conventionalContinue reading “To understand organic seems to be four years of college ! I’ll try to define it – (in short order) the best I can without turning green !”