Pancakes for break the fast

If you can't bear to read about food at the end of a fast, skip this one and read it tomorrow. But if you're like me, you've been preparing food for little ones all day, so what difference does reading about it make? And as long as you're trying to pass time right now, you … Continue reading Pancakes for break the fast

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Announcing Granola Kids Bakery

See these kids? They're busy baking for you. School's out for summer, and they're offering you more time by the pool. They'll do the baking and you'll still enjoy healthy, homemade treats. These treats are healthy enough to eat for breakfast, but yummy enough that your kids will consider them dessert. Most ingredients are organic, … Continue reading Announcing Granola Kids Bakery

Homemade cereal

This is not another granola recipe. Well it's sorta not. In truth, I set out to make granola. I got out my huge challah dough bowl and filled it with all the oats I have left. I had big plans to make my last batch of granola before Pesach. And then I decided to add … Continue reading Homemade cereal

Sneaky mama for picky kids

No school + no camp yet = no time. Sure, we're having fun, but I hardly have time to breathe, let alone cook and eat. For lunch, we're feasting on smoothies. And at breakfast. And for snacks. And sometimes for dinner, too. Good thing they're full of good eats. Lately, I've been sneaking spinach into … Continue reading Sneaky mama for picky kids

Pesach, Granoladox style

Turns out there are a lot of recipes already on this blog that are kosher for Pesach. And since we're all a bit, uh, busy right now, I'll do you a favor. I'll sift through the blog for you. SOUPS Squash soup Cauliflower soup Pumpkin soup Strawberry rhubarb soup Gazpacho SIDES Cauliflower popcorn Farro Salad … Continue reading Pesach, Granoladox style

Berry almond smoothie

It doesn't take much to inspire a smoothie around here. A few days of good weather, and we're eating them every day. I pack them for lunches in water bottles or make them for after-school snacks. Just about any frozen fruit, combined with a banana, yogurt and milk makes a delicious smoothie, but lately we've … Continue reading Berry almond smoothie

Banana berry cake

I've been on a yogurt-making kick, and I'm two for three. The first batch was great, the second phenomenal, and the third batch bombed. I think I let it cool too much before bundling it in a blanket, but never mind that because my bad yogurt begot banana berry cake. This recipe would also work … Continue reading Banana berry cake