there’s such joy sharing the holidays with little ones! this year we amped it up with lots of food fun. i don’t know if I enjoyed making them or little one enjoyed eating them. we also were able to prepare … Continue reading having a “ho ho ho” season!
little one woke up saying, “i want a rudolph that sings the song.” we have too many stuffed animals so i created the red-nosed friend for breakfast again, this time with his dad.
when i put the plates on the table, i gave little one the plate with Rudolph and dad the plate with Donner. little one said, “I want the Donner one.” Continue reading “waffle art: Rudolph and Donner – embracing our differences”
for little one’s class holiday performance, they sang the German song, “O Tannenbaum” Continue reading “veggie art: roasted brussels sprouts Christmas Tree / Tannenbaum / Ω Έλατο”
one of little one’s favorite holiday songs is Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Continue reading “pancake art: Won’t you Guide my Sleigh Tonight?”
for a friend’s holiday party, little one and i made chocolate covered pretzels to share. Continue reading “no-bake with kids: nut-free chocolate covered pretzels”
it’s that time again, where you-know-who comes to visit! Continue reading “pancake art: Breakfast with Santa”
it’s December! more holidays are coming up and the weather’s getting colder. what meals will we have for little one this month? Continue reading “packing school meals: month 4”
last winter, i made these impromptu marshmallow rice treat snowmen for dessert at a family gathering. when shaping the snowmen, i squeezed them a bit tight and it made them a little difficult to eat. but little one loved them! Continue reading “cook with kids recipe: marshmallow rice treat fun”
i saw this online and thought they were too cute to resist! since k is allergic to strawberries per the original recipe, i used raspberries instead. also the original recipe had a marshmallow on top but to keep it completely fruit, i added another piece of banana on top. with the remaining fruit, i made a simple fruit salad with all the fruits k can eat so we all enjoyed a cute and refreshing dessert.
even though k has not read / heard the book yet, she loved how the grinch kebabs looked and wanted more!
- 8 toothpicks
- 1 serving bowl
- 1 serving plate