Yumble

Do you find it hard cooking for your kids every night? Being a working mom, I find it so difficult getting a healthy meal on the table every night. Since both of my kids have different likes/dislikes, finding the time to cook separate meals can be challenging. When I saw Yumble on Instagram a couple […]

Matzo 35 Recipes for Passover and All Year Long

Are you looking for some interesting and modern Passover recipes? How about some Matzo recipes that you can make all year long? If you do, check out this inventive and beautifully illustrated cookbook, Matzo 35 Recipes for Passover and All Year Long. Do you want to learn about the family that makes the best Matzo? […]

Fairy Mom and Me Blog Tour

I am very excited to be joining some wonderful bloggers for the Penguin Random House Fairy Mom and Me Blog Tour today! I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella and couldn’t wait to share her new book, Fairy Mom and Me! This blog tour has began January 8th and will continue to till January 22nd. […]

Healthy Cottage Cheese Banana Bread

Do you have any super ripe bananas laying around? Try this cottage cheese banana bread! Don’t have cottage cheese? Substitute with yogurt or a non dairy substitute. I decided to experiment one morning and came up with a super tasty banana bread that is healthy and delicious. Also, using cottage cheese in a banana bread […]

Making Play Dough with EZ DOH

I was contacted about a month ago by John Dmytriw, owner of the EZ DOH product, a manual dough mixer. He emailed me regarding his product and wanted to know how it would work with children and adults with special needs, specifically those with Autism. I agreed to review this product because I really like […]

Back to School Smoothie Recipes: A Guest Post from Nicole Vidmar

I am happy to present this guest post by Nicole Vidmar who is the publisher, editor, and graphic designer for My Kitchen Adviser. With back to school in full swing, it’s hard to always get your kids to have a healthy breakfast. Nicole gave some great ideas for delicious and nutritious smoothies for a quick breakfast […]

Creative Ways to Get your Kids to Eat Their Greens

On Mother’s Day, I thought it was appropriate to share an article about keeping your children healthy. As mothers, we try every day to help our children maintain health and happiness. Getting your child to eat their fruit and vegetables can be challenging at times and finding creative ways to help facilitate this can always […]

Holy Mole!

Holy Mole! is a Mexican folktale about the origin of the mole sauce written by Caroline McAlister and illustrated by Stefan Czernecki. This folktale tells the story of a young boy named Carlos, an orphan who works in the kitchen of a monastery. Carlos helps out with the cleaning and preparing in the kitchen in […]

Sweet Potato Quinoa Muffins with Coconut Palm Sugar

Are you trying to cut down on sugar? These sweet potato quinoa muffins with coconut sugar are easy to make and are a great way to start off the morning. After making a huge batch quinoa one day, I wanted to find some creative ways of using it in various recipes. After using them in meatballs, […]

Lost Bread

I am thrilled to present this guest post by Ann McCallum, author of the book Eat Your US History Homework. To check out the review, click here. Ann is the also the author of Eat Your Math Homework, Eat Your Science Homework, Rabbits Rabbits Everywhere, and Beanstalk: The Measure of a Giant. The English call it French toast. […]