Nutty Pancakes

Another Healthy Breakfast Recipe! Once you get started experimenting with pancakes you’ll be pleasantly surprised with how versatile and quick this breakfast can be. I find that a good blender makes things easy.  Here’s one concoction I found to be very pleasing.  It takes about 1 minute to prepare the batter and another 5-10 minutes…

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Grain Free Pancake

One thing I’ve learned as I experiment with different foods and different ways of eating is that there are a million ways to make a pancake!  We’ve been grain free on-and-off in my family, so I came up with a bunch of grain free pancake recipes.  This is my favourite. You’ll find more grain free…

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Cheese Muffin

Here’s a quick breakfast recipe that could be just the thing for those of you who feel rushed in the morning. You could make a whole bunch, freeze them and then stick them in the oven in the morning. PrintCheese Muffins Ingredients4 eggs 2 tblsp full fat yogurt 2 tblsp coconut flour 2 tblsp ground nuts…

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Butternut Squash Babyfood

Butternut squash makes a great babyfood and is one of the first foods I suggest you introduce. It’s relatively easy to digest and full of nutrition. You can bake or steam a butternut squash. If baking, cut it in half lengthwise, place cut side down on a baking tray and bake at 375 degrees for…

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Egg Replacer Recipes

Chicken eggs are an amazing food for the brain! They are a particularly convenient source of cholesterol, choline, and fatty acids, all of which are critical for a child’s brain development and function. Sadly, however, many people can not tolerate egg. They rank as one of the top food allergens and often folks have to take…

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Baby Pancakes

These pancakes are suitable for babies once whole eggs and seeds have been introduced. That is generally after about 8-12 months. They make a great finger food. Make a bunch at a time and serve then any time of the day or carry them with you for on-the-go snacks. These are full of nutrition, are…

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Homemade immune booster – Superimmune jello

When the kiddos are sick they usually don’t want to eat much. That’s fine… I generally try to trust the body on this one.  It’s right more than it’s wrong.  This homemade immune booster is a supercharged jello recipe – a nice gentle way to keep their immune systems strong and nourished so they can bounce…

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The Power Of the After School Snacks

September is a transition month. Schedules are changing, expectations are changing, even the weather is changing. For many kids, transitions are a mood triggers. More melt downs, more “crazy” behaviour, or perhaps more exhaustion, apathy, and withdrawal. Different kids, different moods. But often similar underlying issues we can try to relieve once we become conscious…

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Maca For Moms: a natural pick-me-up

Feeling sluggish? Instead of reaching for another cup of coffee which will elevate your cortisol levels (your stress hormone), why not turn to maca? Maca is a little-known but highly effective energy booster that provides essential nutrients for physical and mental performance – something your cup of joe won’t do.  You can add it to…

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Sugar Free Apple Butter in a Crock Pot

  It’s apples apples apples this time of year! We pressure canned a whole bunch this weekend, and STILL had some left over. So this year I decided to try making apple butter in a crock pot.

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