Let’s Talk Salt

Spices, herbs and pepper can be used as generously as you and your little one like to flavor food. Salt — a source of sodium — …


Quinoa, Prune & Fig Granola

Protein is critical for a child’s mental and physical growth. In fact, babies and toddlers grow so rapidly that they actually require more protein per pound of …


Simple Roast Chicken

One of the staples in our weekly menu is a simple roast chicken. It is relatively hands-free and leftovers can be re-imagined as chicken salad, …


Alison’s Amazing Hummus

I was a store-bought hummus junkie until one day I was at my friend Alison’s for a playdate. I had the most delicious bite of garlic-y, …


No Mess Banana Muffins

There’s very little in life I enjoy more than a glass of wine. Not doing dishes is up there on that list. So, when a friend shared …


Smashed Patties

One of my favorite foods to make early on in our baby led weaning journey was patties/cakes/croquettes. Whatever you call them, they are more technique than …


Sun dried tomato Russian Kotleti

gluten free chicken kotleti

Every culture seems to have their own version of a formed meat patty. Italian meatballs, American meatloaf, Turkish kofta. My husband’s family is Russian, so …


Basic Quiche Muffins with Greek Yogurt

The most decadent and true-to-definition quiches are creamy, almost custard-like slices of heaven and are usually made with a good heaping of cheese, heavy cream …


What’s in that baby food pouch anyway?

Ah, the baby food pouch. Things dreams and lawsuits are made of. The Center for Science in the Public Interest has essentially provided Plum Organics (owned …