This recipe is quite simple, and it is also forgiving. We may have dropped the stick of butter on the counter, and lost a bit in the process, but the cobbler came out just fine.
Kiddo get's her love of peanut butter honestly. Peanut butter is one of my three favorite foods. If I had to, I could live on peanut butter, carrots and spinach and be fairly happy. LOL.
We eat a lot of hummus. I used to make it regularly, but Kiddo developed a fear of the food processor, and I stopped. It had probably been close to a year since I last made my own hummus. Unfortunately, I lost my most favorite recipe. The one we made was OK, but it needs … Continue reading Hummus
We are big fans of the pb & j, and since Kiddo likes it so much I wanted to teach her how to make it.
It's almost Halloween! Kiddo is going to be a tiger. She has a great roar... I decided that I should bring a snack to daycare to celebrate the day.
So, this is my sister's cake**. She always makes it for the family and it is delicious. Kiddo and I decided to give this recipe a try and it didn't disappoint. The recipe is super easy, forgiving, and kid friendly - in other words: toddler-proof.
We tried to make biscuits. The key word is tried. They didn't turn out so well. But Kiddo had fun and learned some new skills. The problem was that I only had whole wheat flour and the recipe called for all purpose. Also, I didn't have enough (almond) milk, so I had to use some … Continue reading Biscuits
She just recently got over her fear of the electric mixer. Baking is a lot easier (and faster) now that I don't have to stop for her to be a safe distance away before I turn it on.
I was pleased with the ease of this recipe, the opportunities for Kiddo to help, and with how good the squash tasted when it was done. Kiddo had seconds!
Kiddo loves eggs. Today I had the time to let her help me as much as she wanted to.