Mini muffins are super easy and exciting for a toddler eat. At least for my toddler. What better than to get in those nutritious foods and stuff their bellies, than with delicious, fun tasting muffins?! Yes, they are very filling for an active 3 year old who has a short attention span to sit and eat. Teff is not only yummy, its one of those superfoods that not many people know much about. However its super easy to bake and cook with anything!Read More
The first time I visited Palm Springs, California I fell in love with dates shakes. They are filling, yet refreshing. My toddler loves to eat anything but he gets bored of the same thing at each given meal. I wanted to introduce him date shakes. The only problem is the ingredients generally used has far too much sugar.
Having a toddler who energy level and sleep is affected by sugar, I had to create the shake so he would be able to consume it without issues.Read More
! do love the cinnamon and sugariness of coffee cake but I hate that the crumbly and gooey stuff are the best part. When that is gone, what is left?
I tried a gluten free Soozys coffee cake muffin the other day, which inspired me to make my own! It didnt have the crumbly and gooey stuff . Couldn’t find a recipe without the gooey stuff so Ta-da, here it is! We made 2 different sizes: mini and regular!Read More
I gave myself a recent task of trying to figure out how to celebrate my son’s 3rd birthday at school with his classmates. We cannot bring anything with sugar and it has to be somewhat healthy. Who said you cannot eat chocolate for breakfast? A bit of added amaranth makes your tummy feel more full and satisfied.Read More
I can have cookies for breakfast?? Yes, you can! They are easy to eat, filling, and nutritious. I told my mother and she replied, “Great Idea.” Adding cheese to anything makes a meal extra delicious.
I had to figure out a way to successfully get my son to eat eggs again. He used to love eggs and then suddenly wouldn't touch them! He has always loved sausage and cheese.Read More
I found two sweet potatoes and thought I would try to create a savory muffin instead of doing the usual sweet potato fries for dinner.
Our general contractor happened to come over to do some repairs when the muffins were sitting out to cool in the kitchen. He is a very healthy eater and grabbed one to try. He took one bite and didn’t let any crumbles escape his hands. He walked out with a very happy belly.Read More
I created this recipe since I could not find taro root when we moved to Austin, Texas. I have looked high and low but yet I still cannot locate a store that sells it. I replaced the taro in my Taro Avocado Toast with yucca. It doesn’t taste as buttery but the consistency is the same and its yummy flavor is still there!Read More
Miss those simple, little comfort foods that everyone else takes for granted when grabbing a quick bite for breakfast? I sure do. My friend and neighbor mommy friend said it was the best donut she has ever had! She can eat gluten if she wants, so this gave me real confidence!Read More
I say these are technically flourless because there is no “flour.” There is only flour type ingredients made from nuts! My muffins love the apple butter. Additionally, I dare you to try it on my Sweet Potato Fries. Yes, delicious!Read More
Looking for the perfect holiday cookie and muffin, something that is sweet yet savory! Who would have thought Pomegranate, Pistachio and Chocolate would be so well paired together?Read More
I was faced with a tremendous challenge months ago and I finally want to share this awesome recipe I created, which I remake almost monthly when we run out. I had to create something totally off the wall for breakfast that weekend!Read More
Toddler food? Adult food? Enjoy for on-the-go breakfast or an easy snack! These are perfect for school snack finger food or if your child doesn’t want to sit to eat and you are late to jet out of the door.Read More