chicken and waffles

who says babies can't eat good food too. we were running low on our frozen waffle stash so while the boys were napping dots and i decided to whip up some more to get ready for lunch. found some leftover chicken in the fridge and whalla, lunch is served - chicken and waffles - YUM!... Continue Reading →

quick and easy noodles

this was a quick lunch i threw together for everyone.   QUICK N' EASY NOODLES cooked pasta cubed butternut squash (we buy giant frozen bags at BJs and it's awesome) frozen peas all beef hot dog - diced for the littles i added a pinch of paprika and garlic powder to add some flavor

quinoa zucchini cookies

so we had some left over zucchini (middles) from an adult dinner the other night, i thought i could make something good for the kiddos to munch on. i think they turned out pretty well, they ate 2 apiece QUINOA ZUCCHINI COOKIES ½ cup creamy peanut butter (or nut butter of choice) ¼ cup maple syrup... Continue Reading →

oatmeal pancake

my oldest always loved oatmeal for breakfast and when she was small we'd just spoon feed it to her. but now that we've got 2 goober to feed at once spoon feeding just isn't an option. i tried just giving them oatmeal and well, that was a messy disaster so i went in search of... Continue Reading →

yogurt melts

these suckers are super easy and always a fan favorite - even for my 2 year old. they don't have the sustainability of the freeze dried ones you buy at the store, but they are way cheaper, and lets be honest - i never leave the house anyway so that doesn't matter 🙂 i don't... Continue Reading →


early prep with this group is the key to less grumpies. i tend to pick a few recipes to make and freeze each week to have quick, easy food on hand as well as incorporate some fresh food and leftovers from the fridge. todays lunch was leftover pasta noodles with smashed avocado, turkey meatballs (freezer... Continue Reading →

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