Remember our silly blue alien caviar? The little blue bulbs of semolina bring the texture of tapioca or bubble tea to mind – the mouth-feel is so great! This recipe is a reminder about the fun little grain of pearl or Israeli couscous. It’s delicious warm, but we especially love it for pasta salads because… Read More

For when marinara just isn’t cutting it, this rich and flavorful veggie curry sauce is even more versatile! Top sauteed veggies, pasta, rice, meats, mix in some cheese, and you’re set! If you DO just want some plain old marinara with your spaghetti, or the littles aren’t the biggest fan of spicy curry sauce, just skimp… Read More

Luna Archey
April 13, 2017

Does The Rice-Krispie Treat EVER get old? There’s just something so nostalgic about this crunchy, sugary treat that will bring anyone back to elementary school, so here’s a St. Patrick’s Day version to send with your own little one to school! This recipe is from our St. Patty’s Day green lunch, but it’s delicious any… Read More

Not quite sold on zucchini noodles or “zoodles” yet? Maybe you love this fun spiralized noodle alternative but don’t quite have your little ones completely sold on the idea yet? Anything is delicious when covered in creamy ricotta and garlic, so try this recipe out! Ricotta is high in protein and zucchini is packed with Vitamin… Read More

This goofy plate is as fun to eat as it looks! Pearled couscous or Israeli couscous is such a great addition to a little diet. How can a kid turn that fun marbled texture down, especially if they’re blue?! Haven’t heard of couscous before? It’s basically a tiny form of pasta; pressed little balls of… Read More

St. Patty’s Day is coming up this weekend! You know that means tons of sweets, green teeth from dyes, and sugar highs! This recipe is one to counteract all that and make sure your little one has lots of energy to run away from classmates trying to pinch their cheeks! If you’re just excited about… Read More

The corn-on-the-cob days are rapidly approaching and we can’t wait to chow down and smother our faces with melted butter! In the meantime, here’s a yummy take on a winter classic. Ditch the can, this crockpot creamed corn is super simple! It makes the perfect side dish to any holiday meal (it might be a… Read More

Luna Archey
February 23, 2017

What is breakfast without some hash browns to soak up the goodness?! They’re great for kids because the texture isn’t far off from the revered tater-tot, and have all the starchy deliciousness without being overly fried. Because they’re so loved, hash browns can be a great vehicle to get your little ones to try other… Read More

Luna Archey
February 17, 2017

There are the recipes that you save on a little note card taped to the inside of your cabinet, the ones you have saved in a much frequented note on your phone, the recipes you constantly call your mum about to ask her for “one more time I promise I’ll write it down”, and then… Read More

Luna Archey
February 14, 2017

Do you remember making potato stamps as a kid? They were one of my favorite ways to craft, because I could cover even more things with paint than with a little brush! Lucky for us, there’s another root veggie that works even better. The bright magenta tint of beets transfers well to paper (and to… Read More