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It’s almost here, the day of Pumpkin Pie and Giving Thanks. I have to admit that I’m a sucker for pumpkin pie. It’s one of my favorite foods of Thanksgiving and as luck would have it, it’s actually nutritious. My little ones were lucky because when Thanksgiving rolled around, they were 10 months old […]
Chicken soup is good for the soup, the tummy and for babies and toddlers too. Don’t worry about the spoon, scoop out more of the good stuff, chicken and veggies for example, and give it to your little one on the tray, in a small bowl or whatever works. When I make chicken […]
Using whole grains to make baby cereal or other grain based recipes is always better than using refined and enriched grains. Whole grains retain all of their natural and wholesome goodness. Whole grains not highly processed and stripped of the parts that contain important nutrients,such as the bran. Whole grains will offer the […]
Fall continues to roll on in New England. There are still plenty of fresh apples from local orchards and even squash and pumpkins and least we forget, he last of the corn harvest. While picking and eating fresh apples is a favorite Fall ritual and so is enjoying fresh pressed apple cider. And […]
If you are looking for baby food storage containers that are not plastic, look no further! available at Amazon.com Wean Green Glass Baby Food Containers a.k.a Wean Cubes. These are a safe, environmentally friendly food storage alternative. Designed with you and your baby in mind – they are durable, easy to clean, and […]
Behold the humble apple peeler-core-er tool. This tool makes quick work of peeling and slicing apples and is a lot of fun for kids to use. When you have this tool, you can easily make uniform apple rings for a variety of uses such as pies apple crisp finger foods fun snack foods […]