In the kitchen

We Delve into Korean Recipes

My daughter started Tae Kwon Do in January and is really loving it. I can tell that the physical activity is at an intensity that is great for her energetic little self, and her strength and flexibility has improved a lot in a short time period. The masters also reinforce respect and disciplined behaviors, not… Continue reading We Delve into Korean Recipes

In the kitchen

Chocolate Avocado Mousse

Yes it's a real thing! Chocolatey goodness made with avocado rather than dairy. And it doesn't taste weird; very important when you're selling this healthier dessert to a 7 year old. I found a recipe for avocado mousse in a magazine a couple of years ago, and it was pretty good, but found that the… Continue reading Chocolate Avocado Mousse

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Fresh Veggie Tuna Salad

People are always surprised when I tell them that my daughter loves tuna salad. She has since she was a toddler, and I think partly it's because she's only had homemade. I'm not usually too snooty about homemade vs. store bought, because I am after all a busy mom who enjoys convenience, but tuna salad… Continue reading Fresh Veggie Tuna Salad

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Go To Ranch Seasoning

Who doesn't love Ranch seasoning? The packets at the grocery store can get pricey and laden with who knows what in preservatives and sugars. Same thing with dressings and dips. But mixing up your own homemade ranch seasoning is so easy and super quick, you'll never look back. An aquantaince gave me this quick recipe… Continue reading Go To Ranch Seasoning

In the kitchen

Really Good Breakfast Cookies

The idea of breakfast cookies has become such a rage and yet to me they have felt like the Unicorns of breakfast...a lovely but mythical concept. It almost seems too good to be true to have a healthy food with legitimate nutrients in a yummy cookie form for kids to gobble up before school, and… Continue reading Really Good Breakfast Cookies