Apple Cider Donuts

Okay first let me say that if you don’t go apple picking mostly for the cider donuts you’re missing out on arguably the best part of the event. However, I can (almost) never justify indulging in that much fat and sugar. Even if it is a once-ish a season treat. Now that my daughter basically wants everything I’m eating I’d prefer to let her indulge in the healthier stuff sans all the refined sugar. So, I was so excited when I tested out these baked apple cider donuts and they turned out well, perfect! Continue reading “Apple Cider Donuts”

Roasted Butternut Squash Muffins

Want to step up your roasted veggie game, be the most genius of bakers, lie to your significant other and/or children? Okay, well I don’t encourage the last one per say…but if they ask you what makes these muffins so yummy you don’t HAVE to say veggies. 😉 Continue reading “Roasted Butternut Squash Muffins”

Sensory Art Box for Kids

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Emerson loves art projects! I can’t tell you how happy this makes me since I was very much into art projects growing up, and still am. I especially love the idea of art focusing on exploration, experimentation, and the unlimited possibilities. It’s important at a young age to be able to learn through doing, such as practicing how to hold a crayon or paintbrush and use it effectively all the way to figuring out how something works like sticking pasta shapes into glue. They may seem like small tasks but to your little one it’s these small tasks that help to shape so many important skills like… Continue reading “Sensory Art Box for Kids”

Apple Cinnamon Banana Bread with Salted Peanut Butter Caramel

If you think that my Paleo Banana Bread is good (which I guess you all do since it’s one of the top recipes on my site) then you’re going to LOVE LOVE LOVE this version! Continue reading “Apple Cinnamon Banana Bread with Salted Peanut Butter Caramel”