Being an author, I naturally love reading. Fortunately, my husband and kiddos are avid readers as well...
My husband's favorite chewy bar has peanut butter, chocolate chips, and a bunch of other junk. I wanted to convince him to trade in his chewy bars for a more robust snack. Hence, these muffins were born. My muffins were tender, decadent, and hearty. Who could resist a yummy muffin packed with protein, potassium, and fiber … Continue reading PB, Banana, and Chocolate Chip Muffins
The other day at Sunday school, my toddler scarfed down three full-sized pumpkin muffins. With shock, horror, and excitement, I knew exactly what I needed to do next. I needed to make a batch of my own, famous pumpkin muffins to add to her breakfast rotation. The flavor profile of these muffins truly is worthy … Continue reading Bomb-dot-com Pumpkin Muffins
This month, I want to just focus on the books that my kiddos and I are loving. Here are our two favorite books this month: Both of my kiddos are VERY curious, so they have naturally been obsessed with Curious George for a while. The stories are kid-centric, full of descriptive pictures to dissect, and … Continue reading What are We Reading? November Edition
My mother-in-law was up reading Consumer Reports articles in the middle of the night and came across one that she thought I needed to read. (Praise the Lord for her and her thoughtfulness!) The article she sent me detailed how Consumer Reports had tested a wide variety of jarred baby foods, baby meal pouches, package … Continue reading There’s LEAD & more in store-bought baby food. SAD! Here’s our 4-step action plan to start consistenly cooking for our babies.
"Show me a toddler that doesn't like mini muffins and I will show you my pet giraffe." -Michele Olivier, author of the Little Foodie cookbook My toddler, like most others, is a muffinista. If it comes in a muffin, she will probably eat it. Hence why I love these muffins packed with spinach and whole wheat … Continue reading Little Hulk Muffins
My kiddos and I love to sing--all day, every day. I find it is a joyful and simple way to teach my children about God (a.k.a. sound theology). How do we do it? We start by learning songs in the car. I just queue up this theologically-sound playlist* in my truck and sing along. My … Continue reading Theologically-sound Sing-a-longs? Yes!