It’s sometimes a challenge to get my boys interested in breakfast, but this easy no flip omelet is something they always get excited about. And I’m always excited when they can take over the cooking!
Looking for a way to stop the sugar rush before it starts? I came up with this recipe in an attempt to stop the sugar rush so my kids can be their naturally sweet selves. It’s chock full of ingredients that have been shown to slow sugar absorption such as whole grains, fiber, healthy fat, and cinnamon. It’s not only delicious and healthy, but it really helps to balance their blood sugar so I’m not dealing with four hyper kids!
When you’re running late for school and your kids still haven’t eaten here’s a great healthy breakfast on the go! Perfect for picky eaters who are constantly moving.
This is also one of my tips for getting picky eaters to eat: make it fun and just throw the food at them – literally.
Every year around this time I start adding more “comfort” foods into our menu. When the weather gets cooler I just start craving things like apple pie and bubbly warm casseroles. It recently occurred to me that a lot of these fall recipes call for Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, and if you’ve taken a look at the ingredients in these you’ve realized the list is definitely not comforting! Continue reading
One of the things I love most about my husband, in addition to his great sense of humor, big heart and blue eyes, is his 127-year-old family cottage on an island in Maine. This magical place is the most amazing playground for our boys, with no cars, just boardwalks and paths through green forests with tall pines, spongy moss floors, fresh natural springs that you can drink right out of, tons of wild blueberry, raspberry and blackberry bushes and even a very cool (slightly dangerous) tree fort in the middle of it all.
My hubby surprised me with this breakfast for Mother’s Day and it was delicious! He also did a great job picking out ingredients to make this healthy and m’organic (which was a bit of a surprise!). I think it’s a great example of how easy it can be to eat real food and make good choices. You don’t need to be a nutrition expert, or spend all your time in the kitchen, to pick up a few changes along the way and really transform your diet. Continue reading