You won’t find many recipes for baby purees here at The Baby Steps Dietitian. Any recipe I have for baby or toddler food, like my DIY Strawberry Yogurt or Banana Oat Blender Muffins, is something adults could enjoy, too. I just don’t believe in taking the extra time to cook for individual members of my family when one recipe could suit us all.
Need dinner on the table in 10 minutes?
Confession: I almost didn’t post this recipe! At first I thought it was just too simple…hardly a recipe at all, really. But then I realized that because I am all about simple recipes, and because my family legitimately eats this meal every single week,
My daughter and I developed this recipe together (Really! More on how she actually contributed coming up) a couple of weeks ago when NYC was hit with a major snowstorm and we were stuck inside all day. But I’m calling them “rainy day” cookies because,
What can you make with chia seeds?
I’m excited to share my first Recipe Redux post today! The Recipe Redux is a monthly recipe challenge founded by registered dietitians and designed to get healthy food bloggers making over and sharing delicious healthy recipes.
Do you “sneak” spinach into your kids’ pasta sauce?
I hear this a lot from parents, that the only way they’re able to get their kids to eat spinach and other vegetables is to sneak it into foods like pasta sauce. Personally, I don’t support this approach,
Does your family eat a lot of takeout? There are certainly healthy takeout options available, but it’s not always faster than cooking at home and it’s certainly more expensive.
In my family, we rarely order takeout on weeknights. But believe me, it’s definitely not because I’m so very organized that I never have “oh my gosh what in the world are we going to eat?”
Something’s going around the Rice household this week. First my daughter was home from daycare with the sniffles and a fever and now my husband and I are starting to feel it. And even though there’s not much a parent can do to shorten the length of her family’s illness,
Ever have one of those nights when you have no idea what to make for dinner?
Don’t we all? So what would you call a crowd-pleasing meal that’s made mostly from pantry staples, takes only five minutes of prep and doesn’t require the forethought of planning a slow cooker or freezer meal?