Red Peppers have been on sale at Trader Joes for 2 weeks now. I think they think I’m crazy when I check out with two huge bags full. Honestly, I bought 12 this week. I love them. Little Guy loves them, and I’m working on the baby (click here for our latest baby food adventure.)
This is the grilled updated version of a sandwich I made earlier this year. I know not everyone is a fruit and meat person, but I’m just REALLY into the pear/turkey combo as evident by my latest burger creation.
I’ve made a variation of this sandwich 3 times this week and settled on this combination… Read the rest of this post
Little Bean is almost to the point of eating whatever we’re eating. More and more I’m simply pureeing one or two items from my dinner plate. Last week we gave broccoli a whirl.
How’d it go?
Find out in our latest Adventure…
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I’m obsessed with winter squash. OBSESSED.
In the last 3 years Delicata squash, Spaghetti squash, and Butternut squash have all become mainstay in my diet. These weren’t things I naturally gravitated towards. I don’t remember eating them growing up, and if I was actually offered roasted winter squash I probably would have turned my nose up.
Little Guy and I just had to do something fun for Halloween this morning. We just HAD to. It’s HALLOWEEN! Only our favorite holiday ever. Well, my favorite. Little Guy says it’s tied with Christmas and Easter for him. He evaluates holidays based on the number of presents and/or candy he gets. I evaluate them on fun factor alone and by far Halloween takes the cake–horror movies, costumes, zombies, and of course… Read the rest of this post
Unfortunately, I only had 4oz of leftover ground turkey when I made this experiment. It came out better than I ever expected and it would have even been better if I could have made it with more ground turkey.
The pear/ginger combination was awesome with the turkey. It was a fun spin and I will make it again once I get my hands on more meat. The only thing I’ll do differently next time is double everything and add an egg. Even though the burgers stayed together I think they needed a bit more glue. Read the rest of this post
- PB&J on a Whole Wheat cut out with the Ghost cookie cutter (note: I cut the bread before making so I can save the leftovers for breadcrumbs)
- Double Chocolate Banana Cup (We started added a little cocoa powder)
- Orange Pepper Slices
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Take a plain old slice of bread and turn it into the perfect teething biscuit!
This idea is nothing short of genius!
It’s perfect for small hands. It’s quick. It’s easy. It’s cheap. You many never buy a box of teething biscuits again! Check it out…
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I made this TWO weeks ago and totally forgot to post it. Ok, that’s a lie. I had to psych myself up to actually sit down and get it all out of my head. I knew it was going to be a long one!
This was a total winner of a dish. We ate it 2 nights in a row and I had it for lunch twice. Now that’s getting your money’s worth out of a crock pot meal!