Category: Recipe

Spring Chili

by Mike (3-5’s parent) While chili is typically associated with fall and winter, why not in Spring too? I’ve adapted it to be low carb and easy to throw together quick! Ingredients 1 lb ground beef 2 (14.5 oz) cans diced tomatoes with chili seasoning 1 (8oz) can tomato sauce 3/4 cup onion (diced) 1 T chili powder 1t ground… Read more →

Whole 30 – Sloppy Joe Bowls

Whole30  – The latest band wagon fad diet that I have accepted with open arms. by Vanessa (Pre-3’s parent)   In the past I have tried many different diets and have had varying success with each of them. The latest diet that I have tried is the Whole 30. The Whole30 is a low carb diet that eliminates processed foods and… Read more →

Foods I Loved as a Kid

by Amy (3-5’s parent) When I’m feeling baffled about my childrens’ eating habits, I find it helpful to revisit my own childhood food preferences.  While this comic is premiering in the Sandhurst newsletter (!) it will be published (alongside other food-related comics by local artists) in a compilation by Fantagraphics in association with National Bookstore Day in April. Read more →

Feeding the Kids

By Jackie (Toddlers parent) Do anyone else’s kids ask for noodles every meal of everyday? Anyone else have kids that scream that they don’t want eggs and then end up eating 5 scrambled eggs between the two of them? I used to pride myself on being a foodie, back in my days of being young, wild and free. That didn’t… Read more →

Love Day

by Christy (pre-3 parent) From now on, I will be calling Valentine’s Day Love Day, because that’s what Daniel Tiger says. We are mildly obsessed with that sweet tiger boy in our house, so whatever Daniel Tiger says, goes. We are also pretty obsessed with baking in our house, and Love Day is yet another chance to bake something yummy… Read more →

This Recipe Tastes Like Summer

by Amy, (mom of Arlo, 3-5’s) Our final 3-5s class parent meeting was a potluck and Stephanie (mom of Ella) knocked it outta the park with her delicious strawberry pie. This recipe includes some soaking, lots of blending but zero cooking. I’ll admit that I had to look up what lecithin granules are but I will buy a tub of them… Read more →