Posted in November 2012

Make It Yourself: Homemade Almond Milk

Make It Yourself: Homemade Almond Milk

Welcome to my newly created category, called Make It Yourself (MIY).  I’m pretty sure this acronym will catch on just like DIY did, right?  Yeah, I didn’t think so. This time, though, I’m going to show you how to make delicious, dairy-free almond milk.  Since going Paleo a year ago, and knowing dairy sensitivity comes with … Continue reading

Baby-Led Weaning: Self-Feeding

Baby-Led Weaning: Self-Feeding

Picture it with me…baby girl (or boy) sits down to a meal, feeds herself a bowl of scrumptious salmon chowder (you lovingly prepared) with a spoon, enjoys every bit of it, then asks for more, all the while none of it ends up on the floor. You think you’re dreaming, right? Then you open you … Continue reading

Hippie Halloween: The Logistics

Hippie Halloween: The Logistics

Don’t worry, I’m not extremely hippie…yet. The reason for this post was to explore what I will do with future Halloweens and to see what you do with your family.  Growing up, we always did the dress up bit and go around the neighborhood getting some yummy loot, but I decided to change that this year.  … Continue reading

Hippie Halloween: Paleo Sweets

Hippie Halloween: Paleo Sweets

To continue with the Halloween festivities, I found this delicious recipe from Food Renegade and thought they’d fit nicely with the fall theme. I couldn’t let Emma go all day without getting something sweet, even if she didn’t go trick or treating, now could I? If you know me, I love to bake sweet treats even if … Continue reading

Cookbook Challenge Week 4: Practical Paleo

Cookbook Challenge Week 4: Practical Paleo

Happy November everyone!  I will be back later to post on our Halloween experience or lack there of… Let’s hear it for week 4 of my self-imposed cookbook challenge (see the previous weeks here, here, and here)!  Last week’s cookbook was a VERY informative one to say the least.  If you are even remotely considering the Paleo diet lifestyle and don’t know what … Continue reading