If I had a dollar for every time someone has asked me, “What do you feed your kids when eating Paleo?” I would be a gazillionaire… The short answer is, they eat what I make – and what I allow in my house. If you only have healthy options available in YOUR house, there will not be any need for arguing, negotiating, begging, or pleading. ALL the food
Ever notice how GIANT conventionally farmed apples are? Check out the picture of an organic apple purchased from our local farmer next to a hard boiled egg. This is what a real apple should look like, not the bowling ball apples you’ll find at the local supermarket… Here are a couple of super easy recipes and a picture of a quick snack that I go to
I recently had someone ask a question about Brussel Sprouts and wanted recipe ideas. Brussel sprouts tend to be one of those veggies with a very bad reputation, and I admit, I used to loathe the thought of eating the miniature cabbages – but I have truly grown to love them and yes, my kids eat brussel sprouts – in fact the ASK for them!
Missing pancakes? Look no further!! Almond meal cakes are easy, yummy, and will keep nicely for a few days in the fridge for quick snacking – and kids like them too! Here is my recipe: 2 cups of almond meal, 3 eggs, 1/2 can of coconut milk, a big drizzle of either walnut oil or coconut oil, 2 apples grated, and a whole lot of cinnamon. Mix
Monday morning I made Karina’s sweet potato hash. I grated two sweet potatoes and cooked with crumbled pork sausage and butter until the sausage was brown and crisp and the potatoes were soft and starting to crisp up. I seasoned it all with cinnamon and ground ginger. Lunch that day was quick and easy: sliced ham, cherry tomatoes, artichoke hearts, carrots and celery, and steamed