Fresh vegetables are fast food. You can buy them in the supermarket, farmer’s market or grow a few of your own. How does your family like their vegetables? Purist: Fresh individual carrots, cucumber, bell pepper, celery, broccoli, zucchini, and more. Dipper: Dip your vegetables in tasty sauce, ranch dressing, peanut butter, almond butter, cream cheese,Continue reading “Summer Salad and Fingerfood”
Let’s talk orange, and not the candy corn in the candy isles this time of year, I’m talking about bright orange versatile pumpkin. Ok, I’ve had my share of the colorful sugary candy, but now I am opting for the vitamin rich delicious orange pumpkin. The beauty of pumpkin is the way it can dressContinue reading “Chock Full of Nutrition, Pumpkins Are Not Just For Jack-O-Lanterns”
Delicious Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie Bars Pumpkin Bars with Coconut Flour from Ambitious Kitchen Sugar Free Keto Pumpkin Coconut Flour Pancakes https://www.sweetashoney.co/keto-pumpkin-pancakes/ Pumpkin is the delightful fall squash that that can be enjoyed sweet or savory in a variety of dishes. Full of vitamins and fiber you can enjoy in treats, smoothies, soups, and more.
Our Observations on the four experiment This experiment took much longer than expected. With 3 of us each working with different types of flour, it was harder to compare. A 7-year-old was less patient than her 11-year-old brother with running water over the flour ball. Max couldn’t wait to get the flour off his handsContinue reading “Gluten Flour Experiment”
My daughter recently visited from Colorado and brought some of her sourdough starter that she has been feeding for years. I was amazed at the care she put into the sourdough bread she made for us. It was amazing! Since I didn’t have a pan for making the bread, Jenn used a pizza stone andContinue reading “We Love Pancakes!”
Blend together and enjoy! ¾ C Milk or nondairy beverage 1 large spoon vanilla yogurt 1 Tablespoon cocoa powder 2 small handfuls frozen mango chunks That’s it!
Homemade Tri-Color Pasta recipe by Doctor Jo. This would be a fun activity to do with older children, or share this colorful pasta using juices with younger children.
Each vegetable color provides its own unique flavor, texture, and nutrition. Look for lots of color in your shopping bag and on your plate. When you get accustomed to a colorful plate, you will notice when it looks a little bland, and wonder what colors you want to add. Color is fun! Enjoy a rainbowContinue reading “Colorful Vegetables A-K”
Blend on High speed Blend together with seasoning (to taste) and vegetables: 3 (16 ounce) cans diced tomatoes 1 teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon dried basil 2 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1 med carrot cut in pieces 1 bunch spinach Seasoning quantity will very with fresh, ground, or flakes. Other vegetable options (be creative): ¼ bunch broccoli 1 wedgeContinue reading “Nona’s Homemade Pasta Sauce”