fbpx

Browsed by
Category: Recipes for Kids

Gardening Science Project for Elementary and Middle School Kids

Gardening Science Project for Elementary and Middle School Kids

As we are all adjusting to staying at home, finding projects to entertain and stimulate the kids, and distance learning programs coming in place, I have come up with fun and educational projects for the kids. With spring upon us (though it is snowing outside in Michigan as I write this), I thought it would be great for the kids to take a leadership role in managing some plants and provide structure to it in terms of a science experiment…

Read More Read More

Stay at Home Lunch

Stay at Home Lunch

Easy lunch at home today…carrots, avocado and sardine salad on seed crackers. Even my boys love this, and it comes together really quickly!!! It’s been great to really go back through my cupboards and see what I need to use up. This helps ensure you are not wasting food, saving money, and not sticking up on unneeded items. I found these seeded crackers at Costco awhile ago and bought them because I am a sucker for trying new healthy items….

Read More Read More

Pear Peanut Butter Cookie No Bake Cheesecake

Pear Peanut Butter Cookie No Bake Cheesecake

Quarantine Kitchen Easter Dessert! Today I woke up with very little planned to cook, but I found a rack of lamb in the freezer and some veggies and rice to go with it. For my dessert, I based it off of a no bake cheesecake recipe I found on Pinterest, but I added and swapped a bunch. I cut up a bunch of pears I had and started cooking them with butter and cinnamon until it had a thick consistency….

Read More Read More

Lego Masters Date with My Boy

Lego Masters Date with My Boy

These Lego brownies have nothing to do with nutrition. Just fun. We planned a great Lego Masters night with these Lego brownies and building. The other night, Noah and I stayed up way late and watched 3 Lego Masters episodes. We talked and ate snacks. It was so fun and a really relaxing, special connecting time that we don’t typically do. It was nice to just BE. Normally, bedtimes are kept more on schedule, and he gets pretty minimal screentime….

Read More Read More

Use Leftovers Creatively

Use Leftovers Creatively

While your home and having difficulty finding all your favorite food items, this is a great time to get really creative and get in the habit of using all your leftovers. This helps stores as their restocking and saves money in this chaotic time. Meats can easily be made into burritos, wraps, and sandwiches for lunches. I just made a bunch of muffins with things I had on hand. You can bake your own bread. You can mix veggies and…

Read More Read More

Pantry Muffins

Pantry Muffins

While you’re home and looking for family activities plus ensuring you have healthy meals…look in your pantry and see what you can create from what you have! I bet you will have some fun getting creative, make some healthy meals, and save money by using up ingredients instead of wasting things!I grabbed several items like unused quinoa, oats, chia seeds and flax to grind up and make a flour blend. Then, I made some healthy bananas muffins with this flour…

Read More Read More