My husband and I love food! That's why we decided to dress our little cobbler in food costumes for his monthly photo! Do you have any suggestions for our next baby? We're running out of ideas!
My toddler has been picking his food lately and I noticed that I haven't been feeding him vegetables. I decided to make these roasted veggie sticks, so when we passed by the grocery the other day, I picked out some carrots and zucchinis - just the right amount of orange and green color for baby's food. … Continue reading Roasted Veggie Sticks
Lately, my toddler has been begging for pancakes. Okay I admit, we've been buying pancakes from McDonald's just cause we, the parents, like it. But of course, it isn't the healthiest food to offer to our kid. So I thought of some healthy alternative to those McDonald's pancakes which my son could eat how much … Continue reading Coco orange oatmeal pancakes
This apple rosemary frozen yogurt is a refreshing addition to your hot summer day. It has a sweet and tangy taste, and the fruits add great flavor and texture to it. I used the Cuisinart ice cream maker which I got from Ebay in the US for around $50. It's a neat price for a useful product but … Continue reading Apple Rosemary Frozen Yogurt
2 large bananas 2 large eggs 3 tsps cinnamon 2 tsps vanilla 1/3 cup maple syrup or honey 1/4 cup grated apple 1 cup greek yogurt 3 cups rolled oats 2 tsps baking powder 1 cup milk 1/4 tsp salt 1. Preheat oven to 180 C 2. Mash bananas then mix in eggs, vanilla, maple/honey, … Continue reading Banana-apple oatmeal muffins
Dinner made by daddy Pasta wheels Zucchini & Squash balls Basil with squash soup Reaction: Aglio olio Pasta wheels with zucchini and squash 1/2 cup Pasta wheels (around 100g) 10pcs Zucchini balls 10pcs Squash balls *use a baller to form the balls. If no baller, you can make other shapes like cubes, circles or triangles. … Continue reading Pasta wheels with Squash soup and Zucchini balls