- Tortilla sandwich made with turkey pepperoni and The Laughing Cow Cheese cut into a ghost using a cookie cutter. Hey.. it’s Halloween week people. ;)
- Baby Carrots
- “Bear Claws” his name for pecans
- Squishable Yogurt Tube
Recently we’ve introduced yogurt and mixed it with some homemade puree. He likes it. Although you really can’t tell from the photos. Can you say “MOOOODY”…. Read the rest of this post
We were in such a rush yesterday morning I TOTALLY forgot to take a picture of his lunch box. It didn’t dawn on me until I went to post and all I had on the camera was the “after” photo.
Anyway, this is what he went to school with…
- 3 Leftover Meatballs and the rest of the Brussels Sprouts from dinner the night before.
- Graham Crackers
What Came Home? Read the rest of this post
Don’t make that face. I know, I know, lentils aren’t everyone’s favorite, BUT they are SO good for you!
Protein, Fiber, Iron, Potassium … do I need to keep going? Just check out their profile on World Healthiest Foods.
They are also super cheap and last forever in the pantry: a fabulous combo for this stock-happy mom.
Seriously, why aren’t I eating these things more? I’m hopping on the lentil bandwagon and taking baby with me… Read the rest of this post
My dishwasher broke… AGAIN! Ugh. It’s a mess. I’ve had a guy out 6 times this year for a 2 year old appliance. Utterly ridiculous!
When you have no dishwasher you tend not to want to use a lot of dishes. Especially pots and pans. THAT was the motivation for last night’s dinner.
Is it be possible to roast a complete, light meal in one pan while making the entire family happy? Read the rest of this post
Between this and this I’ll never make tuna with mayo again. Not that I was making it very often, as I hate (despise would be a better word) mayo. There’s only one sandwich I use it on (this one) and I use so little, one jar would last me a lifetime.
Anyway, my goal isn’t to bash mayo, it’s to give you new ideas and I hope this one inspires you.
Nothing says “fall is coming” more to me than winter squash. I love seeing the bins at the grocery store full of acorn, spaghetti and of course, butternut squash.
I’m fairly new to this amazing vegetable. I tried my first one a few years ago and fell in love. It has a sweet flesh similar to a sweet potato, but softer and less dense once cooked. You’ll probably laugh, but my favorite way to eat them is in fry form like this.
It was time to spread the squash love to Little Bean. May I present our Butternut Squash Adventure… (Warning: photo overload ahead. I was having too much fun with the camera) Read the rest of this post
I never understood people’s aversion to peas. I blame the brownish mush that comes in cans. Fresh and even frozen peas are so vibrant and tasty. My Little Guy has always loved them. He even eats them frozen out of the bag when I’m cooking!
Will his younger brother share this love? Find out in my newest Baby Food Adventure… Read the rest of this post
Not much compares to the ripe sweetness of fresh mango. Five years ago I had my first one and fell in love. So did the Toddler at the time (click here to see how we still eat out favorite fruit)
Join me as I introduce this family favorite to our newest member. Let the baby food adventure begin… Read the rest of this post