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I’m Alyssa, a momma to four awesome kids between the ages of four months old, and 7 years old.
This website was created primarily to share plant based food ideas for parents of children of the weaning stage and up. It has since expanded to the sharing of my favourite baby products, and lots more.
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Ingredients: 2 chayote squash Approx 6 carrots Instructions: 1. Wash and cut chayote and carrots into chunks 2. Bring 1 cup water to a boil 3. Add your ingredients, and set burner to medium 4. Boil until you can pierce … Continue reading
Quick note for this one is that some cactus pear still have needles in them. I’m terrified of splinters, so I use tongs to hold them while I cut in half, and then a spoon to scoop out the ‘meat’. … Continue reading
We had family over today, and guess what they brought us…some delicious jackfruit! Yessss! It’s been a while since I have had it fresh, so digging into this puppy was a blast. We ended up with two large bags full, … Continue reading
Not much to say about this combo, as it’s only two ingredients and pretty straight forward. It tastes great, and the peach adds an extra fruity flavour for those with papayas that taste a little on the blander side. Please … Continue reading
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CONTENTS: Granny Smith Apple Orange Cherry Lettuce Carrot Homemade Tahini Dip
FRUIT BOWLS: Nectarine Strawberry Granny smith apples . SMOOTHIE: Mango Banana Raspberry . SALADS: Cilantro Lettuce Spinach Olives Red onion Sunflower seeds Hemp hearts Yellow bell pepper Cucumber
INGREDIENTS: 1 sweet potato 1 cup of cooked quinoa INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Preheat oven at 380 degrees 2. Wash sweet potato thoroughly 3. Cut potato in half 4. Place potato halves face down on baking tray and parchment paper 5. Use … Continue reading
If you’re following this website, you’ll be receiving a few notifications of my posts, as I am slowly adding more content. I have begun prepping my own meals, and I thought I would share those with you as well. If … Continue reading