Every year we make a trip right over the border to visit our favorite Wisconsin apple picking spot. We load up on apples and cider doughnuts, say hello to the goats and visit the famous “Big Cheese.” It is a wonderful tradition shared with my husband’s family. We get there as soon as it opens […]
In an ideal situation, kids would be offered a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, protein sources (animal or plant), healthy fats and whole grains everyday, in a no-pressure, comfortable, reliable setting. Treats or desserts would be included from time to time in moderate amounts. Foods would not be used to reward or punish behavior. Children would learn to serve themselves and listen to satiety signals from their bodies.
It is officially Food Allergy Awareness Week! This is a great time to remind friends and family about the seriousness of food allergies, practice administering epinephrine, try new allergy friendly recipes and educate your community. This week I am lucky enough to present to some of the classes in my children’s school. I think it […]
Delicious and easy! I have found it is safer to make my own granola bars as so many store bought varieties are processed in facilities with peanuts. I also like the fact that these have much fewer ingredients, and all ingredients I can pronounce! The less processed the food is , the better. I […]
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