This is not really a post about how to make popsicles. I mean, the recipe for that is: mix frozen fruit and juice, blend, pour into popsicle molds. This is a post about…
“I waaaanna popsicle!!!”
You feel me? These days, I’m as likely to hear those words first thing in the morning as I am right before bed.
How does nutrition intersect with fertility?
Today I am SO happy to be sharing a review of a book that is very near and dear to me, not only because the topic is perfectly aligned with what I write about here on TBSD, but because I know the two women behind the book and I know they mean every last word they’ve written.
Did you grow up eating roasted pumpkin seeds on Halloween?
I’ve recently discovered that the best thing about Halloween once you have kids is getting to experience everything you enjoyed about the holiday as a kid yourself all over again. Because let’s face it, Halloween in your 20s is a just an excuse to wear slutty clothes and it’s never as much fun as it sounds…
I have, at various times in my life, made from scratch: yogurt, kefir, bread, tortillas, bone broth…I’ve cooked dried beans, I’ve canned fruit jam and yes, I’ve made lactofermented pickles. However, I have done NONE of these things since becoming a mom. As the saying goes,
Sheet pan meals are a great time saver, but if I’m being honest, I don’t love them quite as much as freezer meals.
They’re fast and easy, for sure, but in my experience they still involve more prep (chopping, seasoning) and clean-up compared to a freezer meal for which I’ve already done the bulk of the work (lasagna = pop it in the oven and done).
It’s back to school season and I know that for many parents, you’re hoping that this year is the year you really get a handle on your family’s eating habits.
It’s just like New Year’s, isn’t it? We start off with the best of intentions but by February (or October) it’s back to the same old,
Hey everybody! I haven’t been posting much due to, oh, having a baby and moving across the country all in the same month. Greetings from St. Louis, MO, by the way! We’re in temporary housing until our new house is ready so please forgive so-so photos on this post…I don’t have any of my props!
Diana K. Rice, RD
The Baby Steps Dietitian
Hi, I'm Diana. Registered dietitian and mom of two.
My passion is helping YOUR family embrace a healthy relationship with food.