Anyone who’s dined with a toddler knows that it’s a messy affair. In fact, I think I’ve spent about 30% of my time over the last five years cleaning our dining area after meals. So in an effort to make parents’ lives easier without compromising the nutrition needs of little ones, I’ve created a list
Between September and December, I almost always have a container of leftover pumpkin puree in my fridge. With all the pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin smoothies and pumpkin bread we make during fall, the amounts never add up exactly and we end up with an extra half cup or so that needs to be used within a couple days. Does
In 2013 I visited Earthbound Farm with a small group of bloggers. I loved this trip for many reasons, but one of the lasting highlights has been my friendship with fellow blogger Ashley, who I met on the trip. When I think of Ashley, two things immediately come to mind: photography and breakfast. Ashley is an incredibly talented and accomplished
Need a meaningful, delicious homemade gift for your mailman/preschool teacher/client that’s easy to make in big batches and that isn’t the usual fudge or fruitcake? Here you go. This Chocolate Coconut Granola is festive, perfect for snacking, yet healthy enough that people will still want to eat it come January. And it’s nut-free (though you can use
Thanks to a steady flow of cookies, toffee, truffles and bundt cake into my workplace over the last three weeks, I’m currently suffering from sweets overload. I can’t wait to get back to my regular eating habits, which I know won’t happen until these treats start disappearing. Because seriously, who has the will power to say no?