But it never fails that every morning there is a little, hungry boy asking for breakfast! So instead of some sugary, store-bought pancakes, I decided to make healthy blueberry banana pancakes!
Grocery shopping isn’t everyones favorite activity, but it sure is mine!! During my undergrad courses, I had to take a class that required us to complete a “grocery store tour”. We learned all the ins-and-outs of how to most efficiently shop for groceries. One of the most important things that I learned was to categorizeContinue reading “The Ultimate Grocery List”
Carrots are a particularly good source of fiber, vitamin K, potassium, and antioxidants! Carrots are a great source of beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A promotes good vision and is important for growth, development, and immune function (all things little humans need)! Despite their name- “baby carrots” are actuallyContinue reading “BLW: How to Serve Carrots”
This is Jaxon’s first year attending our church’s mothers day out program (Tues/Thurs 8:30am-2pm) which means this is my first chance at school holiday parties! I wanted to go the “extra mile” and include a dip for the kids and teachers to enjoy with their fruit and it was a huge hit!
Mornings aren’t particularly my favorite part of the day, but no matter what they always come. No matter what, I am always armed with a STRONG cup of coffee but that’s not enough to keep me going until lunch.
In special commemoration of the @snackswithJax 100th Instagram post, we decided to share a meal plan for other mamas who are hungry too! Something that has taken some adjusting is becoming used to the idea that my needs are NEVER first. Because of that, I would find myself STARVING at 9pm after putting Jax down, cleaningContinue reading “Mommy and Me Meal Plan”
Pot Roast… MmmmMmmmm! It is one of my favorite “comfort meals”. I have been looking for protein recipes that are soft enough for Jax (8mo) to eat but that his papa and I will also enjoy! For recipes like this one, that does mean I have to make two separate “roasts” but that’s okay becauseContinue reading “Pot Roast (Plus Recipe for Mom and Dad)”