I gave my daughter this when she started to get into solid foods. She LOVED it. It’s simple and delicious enough to be a mommy and me smoothie that you can split. It has lots of nutrition and healthy fats. For babies, I would recommend making it with water (still tastes just as good) andContinue reading “Baby’s Favorite Smoothie”
Here’s a spin on your normal chicken nuggets and fries! These are fairly easy to make, can be prepped ahead, and pack a little nutrition. Freeze some to be able to cook when you need them. Ingredients 1-2 large potatoes shredded and dried 1 large apple shredded and dried 3 tbs coconut flour (Continue reading “Potato + Apple Pancakes”
This was my go to smoothie for Savanna when she was an infant and could have solid food. She loved it and it was a great breakfast or mid day snack. The bonus is that YOU will love it too. Make a big batch to split. Squeeze into pouches and freeze for little ones orContinue reading “Baby’s First Smoothie”
These muffins are the bomb-diggity baby. I am always looking for something to jazz up Savanna’s breakfast rotation of eggs and Chia Cakes. These muffins are her fave! They are so moist and the perfect amount of sweetness from applesauce and banana. These are perfect for babies or anyone who can gum something.
This first time I made these, I shared with some friends. They LOVED them and instantly had ideas for us to make a business out of selling these little crunchies. Well, that never happened but I still make them and like to experiment with different flavor combinations. The cracker base is easy: 1 egg, salt,Continue reading “Almond Flour Crackers”
When I was doing Whole30 I tried to look for dinner recipes that everyone would eat so that I am not making 3 different meals. In a Pinterest binge I came across Butter Chicken. Eww… sounds gross. Intrigued, I clicked the link. Turns out there’s not even any butter in this chicken recipe! It’s aContinue reading “Weeknight Toddler Win: Butter Chicken”
Some days I love cooking and others I want to empty my life savings to hire a private chef. These almond flour chicken cutlets are something easy and something everyone will love. Even if your husband only eats meat and potatoes and swears he’d never eat anything with nuts in it like mine. The methodContinue reading “Easy Weeknight Almond Flour Chicken Cutlets, Toddler Approved”