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  1. Family Life
    Deck the halls with homemade goodies! Welcome to Mothering's Holiday Food Guide - here are 12 of our favorite holiday recipes for the whole family to enjoy. Cookie Cutter Cookies Cookie baking is an essential part of the holidays. Here's a wheat-free, egg-free recipe with no refined sugar...
  2. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member mphillips for contributing this recipe. Find more recipes here.   Serves 4-6 generously as pudding. Makes quite a few frozen pops. I love serving this to my picky toddler who will currently rarely eat fruits or veggies for me unless I find a way to disguise them -...
  3. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member fayebond for contributing this recipe. Find more recipes here. A great make-ahead party dish the kids will love! Ingredients 1 pound cooked sprouted macaroni noodles 2 cups cubed white cheddar cheese 2 cups frozen peas, drained and rinsed 4 hardboiled eggs...
  4. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member butterflyrouge for contributing this recipe. Find more recipes here.   Ingredients 1 lb. lean ground beef or turkey 1 medium onion, finely chopped 1 package taco seasoning 1 can kidney beans, drained 1 bag of mixed salad greens 1 large tomato, diced 1...
  5. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member MrsGail for contributing this recipe. Find more recipes here.   This recipe is so easy and versatile. I can whip up a batch in 10 minutes easy, and shower while they bake. Everywhere I bring them, people want the recipe. They also freeze well, and last well...
  6. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member fayebond for contributing this recipe. Find more recipes here.   Ingredients olive oil 2 good sized zucchini 1 tablespoon butter, melted 1/4 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese 1/4 cup coarsely ground almond flour (you can make your own in any blender but I...
  7. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member fayebond for contributing this recipe. Find more recipes here.   Ingredients 3 cups oats 2 cups coconut chips ½ cup chopped dried white raisins 1 cup chopped dried cranberries 1/2 cup coarsely chopped raw walnuts 1/4 cup brown sugar 3 tablespoons walnut...
  8. Family Life
      Thanks to Mothering member MrsKoehn for contributing this recipe.   Serves 4 adults or 2 adults and 4 children. Prep time is about 15 minutes.   Ingredients 2 ripe organic avocados 1-2 organic garlic cloves, minced 1 medium organic tomato, diced 2 tsp fresh lemon juice (concentrate...
  9. Family Life
    Thank you to Mothering member namontoya for contributing this recipe. These delicious bits of sweetness came to me from a good friend while I was postpartum. They are super easy to make and quite good for you as they are just the right amount of sweet with such little sweetener actually used...
  10. Family Life
      Thank you to Mothering member namontoya for contributing this recipe.   This is such an easy and delicious way to get some greens in at any meal. Yes, breakfast too! Another great thing about this recipe is that it's a great way to get the little ones into greens. They're crunchy and...
  11. Family Life
      Thanks to Mothering member teenagreena for contributing this recipe. This is a grain-free, dairy-free all around healthier version of the traditional lemon poppy seed muffins. The addition of coconut oil, almond flour and chia seeds make it a healthy treat rich in protein, healthy fat and...
  12. Family Life
    Sharing the Love, Sharing the Food - when you bless a new mom with meals and snacks, you're showing her what true community and true thoughtfulness really looks like. When I was pregnant with AnaBella, my first child, I had just begun attending a church of a few hundred people. There were many...
  13. Green Goods
        As parents, we know it's not always easy to get our kids to take healthy supplements. Fish oil supplementation, for instance, is a wonderful way to work omega-3s and other essential nutrients into our child's diet, but the taste and texture can be unfamiliar to little ones. For this...
  14. Family Life
    http://www.cookusinterruptus.com/mediaplayer.swf   In the newly-revised edition of Feeding the Young Athlete, there is a section on the value of team meals. It is not uncommon for gathering groups to share a meal, but the effort sometimes seems like "too much". Well, everyone needs to eat...
  15. Family Life
      By Cathe Olson   These delicious bars contain no eggs or sweeteners. 1 cup whole wheat, brown rice, or barley flour 1 cup rolled oats 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/4 cup oil 1 cup walnuts, minced 1 cup raisins, minced 1 cup pitted prunes, minced 1 tablespoon grated orange or lemon peel...
  16. Family Life
    By Cathe Olson   Here's a raw bar full of nutritious energy for snacks, lunchboxes, picnics, and even dessert! 1/4 cup sesame seeds 1/4 cup sunflower seeds 1/2 cup raisins 1/2 cup dried figs 1/2 cup peanut butter, almond butter, or tahini Place sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, raisins...
  17. Family Life
    Homemade popsicles-what kid doesn't love them? I know mine do. But, honestly, I have been guilty of lacking the creative motivation to push my popsicle making skills past the "Hey, let's freeze up some organic apple juice!" stage. Then I came across the book Ice Pop Joy and the awesome recipes...
  18. Family Life
    Years ago I learned from a nutritionist that best way to consume almonds is to soak them first and then dehydrate them again.  Oh well, I did soak them but started eating them just that way … Please read the full article here, and the how-to which is SUPER EASY:  almond+water &#8230...
  19. Family Life
    (Ward arrives with baggage) Delicate Napa Cabbage all decked out in a lime, soy and sesame oil dressing. Toasted almonds add crunch. This slaw rocks. For printable recipe click here. http://www.cookusinterruptus.com/mediaplayer.swf <!-- WP Biographia v3.2.1 --> About...
  20. Family Life
    Hands down the best comfort-food sandwich ever. The sauerkraut adds the magic. Use 100% rye if you're going wheat-free. Pair this with Tomato Basil Soup. Mmm-good. For printable recipe click here. http://www.cookusinterruptus.com/mediaplayer.swf Photo credit: Oleg Chumakov/Bigstock
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