Posts Tagged ‘kids’

Banana Oat Muffins

March 16th, 2014

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Muffins are a great on the go breakfast…especially when we are running late for school (which I must confess is most mornings!).  These little muffins pack a nutritional punch and a lot of delicious flavor into one small package.  They are naturally gluten free and could be made egg free too (just substitute 1 tablespoon
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Handmade Hummus

July 31st, 2013


As you may know I love hummus, especially homemade hummus.  It’s full of protein and fiber and a delicious way to encourage my kids to eat more vegetables (they love to dip!).  When planning my Little Foodies class I knew I had to include a hummus recipe.  I knew we needed to do more than
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Sandwich Sushi

July 16th, 2013


Today marked week two of my Little Foodies class at Creative Kids in Garwood, NJ.  We all had so much fun!  We started off with an art activity…rolling and sculpting model magic.  It was a great way for the kids to warm up their hands and practice using the rolling pins for today’s recipe…Sandwich Sushi.
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Little Foodies Week One

July 9th, 2013


This summer I am teaming together with the FABULOUS Lisa at Creative Kids in Garwood, NJ to help turn your little munchkins into “Little Foodies!”  During this 6-week class, I will be teaching the kids new cooking techniques and the importance of good nutrition and Lisa will lead them in a craft that goes along
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Chocolate Chip (Chickpea!) Cookies

April 8th, 2013


I love chocolate (who doesn’t!) and I love chickpeas…but the two together?  I know, I was skeptical at first.  I had to try them and see for myself…and they were delicious! Start by rinsing a can of chickpeas and draining them well. Add them to a food processor with some peanut butter (salted peanut butter
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