A no-cost DIY activity that encourages your toddles to examine natural objects
There is never enough lemon in lemon flavoured food. The solution, I’ve found, is to segment rather than squeeze. Segmenting and roughly chopping the lemon creates bursts of intense lemoniness throughout the food. I used the zest, roughly chopped segments, and remaining juice of one large lemon for this cake. All together it adds up… Continue reading Low-Sugar Lemon Loaf
A Brioche Bread Pudding made with maple syrup rather than sugar, it’s dessert for breakfast!
Cheese and cake are two words I hear a lot, usually followed by a series of increasingly passionate “pease pease”, so it was inevitable that I would join these two words together and create their more glorious compound: cheesecake. While I never have, and never will, turn down a serving of cheesecake, a lot of… Continue reading No Bake Cherry Cheesecake with Wholewheat Almond Crust
I make these banana yogurt bread squares with 5 bananas and no additional sugar or sweetener
Toys and play should be a no-brainer for parents, but as studies show, what and how kids play can have an impact on their lives far beyond the play room. Avoiding overtly gendered toys isn’t always easy, or even possible. And sparkly fairy princess dolls are a siren call no toddler can resist. When E… Continue reading Forest Playscape
Each cookie contains one tablespoon of almond butter, 1/2 teaspoon of chia seeds, and 1/6 of an apple