Healthy, easy and delicious recipes that even a child can make. My son and I created this blog to help other families with Vegan meals. Also included are many allergy-free recipes. Loads of photos and how-to's. Come check it out.
What's one of the first recipes you taught your kids to make?
For my son, it was Tofu Frittata. He loved it and made it several times before thinking outside the box and making it into muffins, hash browns and many other varieties of breakfast goodies. For my daughter, it was most likely a PB&J. She is not too interested in cooking or baking and prefers to sit back and watch her little brother come up with the latest creations in the kitchen.
What's a delicious no cook recipe?
Definitely smoothies! Pop some fruit in the blender with some coconut water or almond milk, and you have a wonderful concoction that anyone is sure to devour. If you are clever enough, you can throw in some spinach, too...they will never taste it. ;-)
What's a great breakfast for a special occasion?
I absolutely love RAW banana crepes. They are to die for. They do take some time in the preparation, but once you have tried them, you won't go back to traditional cooked crepes.
we reuse babyfood jars for homemade lotions and such. we used cardboard boxes to make giant letters for names to go on the kids bedroom walls. we reuse socks for dust rags. we reuse toilet paper rolls for seed planting kits. we reuse tshirts to make bags, rags, scarves, belts, bracelets, and a ton of other things.
I love RAW crepes. It is very much like a banana fruit roll up, since you dehydrate it instead of cooking them, so it takes some prep time, the day before you plan to serve them. But it is sooo worth it, they are to die for, not kidding.