I’m not big on posting recipes, mostly because I’m still a cooking novice and don’t have many great ones to share but life has been too serious lately.
Time for some chocolate peanut-butter fun and happiness!
This is a super easy recipe, the toddler loves helping when we make this. I found it in the July/August issue of Health Magazine and it quickly become a favorite treat. Between my husband, toddler and me, a big batch doesn’t last long at my house.
As a mom, I’m constantly trying to figure out ways to get my son to eat more fruits and vegetables. I admit it, I sneak them in any way I can. My most successful approach to date – the fruit smoothie.
one banana, handful of strawberries, two pineapple slices, orange juice is optional
Although he really likes them and even insists on helping by tossing fruit in the blender, he often asks why I want him to drink them.
I explain that eating fruit every day is good for us, especially important for growing boys and since smoothies taste really good too, they are kind of a treat.
My intention is to make eating healthy something positive he enjoys instead of a chore or something to dread. I try to give options and teach him about food choices but also don’t outlaw anything.
Because maybe it’s just me but there is nothing I want more than whatever you tell me I can’t have.
Ok so this is not the most healthy meal but it’s a really good tasting one so I only make it once in a while, a quiche treat! As I’ve been trying out a more vegetarian life style, I’m always looking for quick, easy meals and this one for spinach quiche is awesome.
I don’t know what is is about Sundays but they seem to be all about food for me. Maybe because I’m usually staring in to a mostly empty fridge and trying to plan my next grocery trip and plan meals for the week ahead. So, in the spirit of this, I thought I’d make Sundays a food/recipe day.