Zucchini bread pancakes. For someone who doesn’t garden, lives pretty far from farms and couldn’t even keep a couple herbs alive on her kitchen windowsill, I take zucchini population control pretty seriously.
Sure, I don’t have to lock my car door in August, I don’t have a CSA dumping boxes of it unceremoniously on my porch and then running away like a thief in the night, and it’s been a long time since I lived in a house with bats in the backyard, but I get it. The problem is real. We all must do our part. But zucchini is pesky. It’s not like tomatoes, which are like the prom queens of the summer farms, perfect no matter how you dice, slow roast, scallop or sauce them. Baking with Coconut Flour.
Deceptively Delicious Pink Pancakes. Smoothie ideas: Have You Got An Underweight Toddler? Guest post by Kim Corrigan-Oliver. Today it is my pleasure to welcome back Kim of Mothering with Mindfulness.
She was here last month with a great post about getting your kids into the kitchen. Now she’s back at my request with a post about underweight toddlers and how to pack good fats into their meals. This post was very poignant for me as Sofia is in the 1% group for weight and has been since she started to walk. So take it away Kim! Have You Got An Underweight Toddler? As a nutritionist, I often get panicked emails and calls from moms in regards to weight and their toddlers, to be more precise underweight toddlers. Here are my suggestions: Toddlers are on the go all the time, did I need to tell you that?
Good healthy fats. Underweight child? Here’s how to put on a few healthy pounds. For a recipe that is full of healthful calories, try these energy balls.
My children’s friends often walk into our house and immediately ask whether I have any in the fridge or freezer; in other words, they are a crowd pleaser, and a nutrient-rich one. (Toni L. Sandys - The Washington Post) Despite an obesity epidemic in this country, many toddlers and children are underweight. Parents repeatedly ask me how to help a child gain weight in a healthful way. Snacks for Toddlers - Healthy Toddler Snacks - Feed Your Toddler Nutritious and Tasty Snacks with our SnackIdeas at wholesometoddlerfood.com. Homemade Baby Snacks – Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Grain-free, Vegan, Sugar-free, Nut-free, Egg-free, Paleo. Homemade, allergy-free, super easy, 4-ingredient, nutrient packed baby finger snacks!
Soon after starting baby foods with Tabitha and Charlotte, I started giving them those little puffs and cheerios. I always loved the convenience of puffs and cheerios. They are easy to pack. You can keep a stash in your diaper bag. And they create little mess. Meatballs with Baby Cereal. Yummy Broccoli Cheese Nuggets. When can my Baby eat Broccoli?
Broccoli might not be a good choice for one of Baby's first vegetables as it may cause gas. Broccolli may also be a bit hard for a young infant to digest. Broccoli is best given to an infant between 8-10 months old. If your baby has had any digestive issues, it would be best to introduce broccoli into the diet later rather than sooner. As always, we recommend that you consult with your baby's pediatrician on introducing solid foods as generalities may not apply to your infant. Broccoli is very high in Vitamin C and is a great source of soluble fiber. Dip-and-Eat Finger Foods for Kids. Nutritious and Tasty Teething Biscuit Recipes for Your Teething Baby. Homemade Teething Biscuit Recipes – Nutritious Teething Biscuits for Your Baby.
Think Outside the Box. Yummy, Tasty & Nutritious Homemade Teething Biscuits Please note: Many of these recipes will yield a dough that is “not your momma’s cookie dough”. The dough may be very sticky and “goopy” or may seem too thick. This will be common for many of these recipes due to the nature of the ingredients. IMPORTANT CAUTION: When feeding your infant Teething Biscuits, Baby Finger Foods or any other food that may pose a choking hazard, it is VERY important to watch the child closely. There is no brand or recipe for teething biscuits that is guaranteed not to crumble or break off into pieces. Oats & ‘Naner Drops submitted by Karla Ingredients: 1 cup quick oats1 cup ground oats (grind oats and make a coarse oat flour)1/4 tsp salt1/4 tsp cinnamon or ginger or cardamom (we’d try it with all 4 spices.)1/4 tsp nutmeg1 t baking powder1 cup (~2) overripe bananas, mashed1 tsp vanilla extract3 Tbs oil of choice.
Do-It-Yourself Danielle: DIY Baby Finger Foods. I decided to make Baby G some finger foods that we'd otherwise buy at the grocery store because eat. puffs and teething biscuits get really expensive.
This child can Homemade Yogurt Bites I found this tutorial to make my own baby yogurt bites. First, I bought some yoBaby yogurt. If you don't want to go to the store, you can purchase this similar product on amazon. All I did to make these was cut the tip off of a plastic sandwich bag, put one yogurt cup into the bag, and squirt a little bit on top of the parchment paper, then freeze it.