- Whole Grain Ritz topped with Laughing Cow and Turkey Pepperoni
- Sliced Turnips (Click here to see us try them for the first time)
- Cocoa Roasted Almonds
I’ve recently discovered the amazing combination of cheese and dried cherries. I know, it sounds weird, but seriously… good!
The other day I smeared some Laughing Cow Light Swiss on Cucumber slices and then topped with a cherry. It was a fun, sweet twist on standard cheese and crackers. Well, cheese and cucumbers, my “cracker” replacement.
I liked the combination so much I decided to turn it into a lunch salad. It was delicious! Read the rest of this post
Did you know that eggs contain, in varying amounts, almost every essential vitamin and mineral needed by humans as well as several other beneficial food components*? Now that’s what I’m looking for in a baby food!
I introduced Little Bean to the egg yolk a little while ago and it didn’t go quite as I expected, BUT I did get him to eat it. Total win in my book… Read the rest of this post
- Leftover Whole Grain curly pasta with a bit of homemade sauce, a splash of parmesan cheese and a few turkey sausage slices.
- 1/2 of a whole grain sandwich thin
- Red Pepper pieces
- Fresh strawberries and blueberries
What Came Home? Read the rest of this post
If I was a good blogger this idea would have been published BEFORE the Super Bowl not during it.
I made these today to have a little fun. Surprisingly, The Husband liked them even though he didn’t eat more than one.
Because he’s strange like that. I’ve stopped trying to figure out his weird homemade food quirks.
Anyway, I thought they ROCKED. Read the rest of this post
If you read my weight loss blog you know I’m battling a bit of back and neck pain right now. I’m starting to feel a little better but those first few days where rough. Being the head chef of the household, this meant we ordered in a couple of times.
I’m not against eating out or getting dinner delivered here and there, but it pains me when we have a refrigerator and pantry full of good food. So yesterday I decided to drag my butt off the couch and make myself a healthy lunch. Read the rest of this post
Pumpkins ROCK! Heck, all winter squashes do, and all of them make great baby food.
According to NutritionData.com, pumpkins are:
a good source of Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Magnesium and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Riboflavin, Potassium, Copper and Manganese.
That’s a lot of good stuff for baby and you!
See how I prepared and fed creamy pumpkin to Little Bean is our latest Baby Food Adventure….
The other day I pinned a Portabello Mushroom pizza and was immediately inspired. It’s such a simple idea and so light. I had to try it for myself.