J and I were recently talking about the possibility of making some of our baby food from scratch when our “little button” gets to that stage. I am loving these recipes from Wiley Valentine for baby friendly veggies. How about my all my moms out there, do you make your own baby food? Any tips you would like to pass along?Wiley Valentine
Even though we have some time to go just looking at this picture gets me excited for fresh tomato season!! Bring on the salt and pepper!Chaos in the Kitchen
Friday morning you will find me and Berk in bed rocking the PJ’s watching the royal wedding! What are your plans? Are you planning on watching or just going to catch the highlights on the news?
Oh and BTW these adorable cup cake tags are free for download at Tom Kat Studio! Maybe I will have to print one out to put in my bagel 🙂Photo Courtesy: The Tom Kat Studio
Would you eat one of these tomatoes covered in edible spray paint?Hip Hostess
This fun “toy” might just have to be on my birthday wish list this year. The possibilities are endless!In Your Back Pocket
I have been eating ice cream A LOT lately. I would love to tell you it is for the calcium but in all reality it is really because I have craving anything sweet these past few weeks! Seeing these adorable ice cream birthday party pics today is only adding fuel to my fire today!!One Charming Party
Rather than just recycling those old frappuccino bottles peel the label off and reuse them the next time you serve smoothies or even daiquiris on a hot day!One Charming Party
In case you don’t find a pot of gold this St. Patrick’s day these gold rice crispy treats might be just the think to make you feel lucky again!Twig and Thistle
I have been craving citrus my whole pregnancy and everyone at my office is always laughing at me cause there are always 5-10 oranges, lemons, grapefruits etc sitting on my desk! So on my hunt to find more subtle ways to get my citrus fix I stumbled upon this fabulous smoothie recipe that not only uses lime juice but also Greek yogurt!!Orange Banana Smoothie Pops 1 container(s) (7-ounce) Greek yogurt 2/3 cup(s) thawed orange juice concentrate 2 large bananas Zest of 1 lime 1 tablespoon(s) fresh lime juice Directions
- Puree one Greek yogurt, thawed orange juice concentrate, bananas, lime zest, and fresh lime juice in a blender.
- Pour into six 3-ounce molds. (They used mini baking tins with Popsicle sticks, but you can also substitute paper cups.) Freeze until smoothie pops are solid, about 4 hours.
- To release pops, dip molds into hot water until pops loosen and slide out. If using cups, peel away paper.
Talk about the perfect “something blue” for a wedding! Bring on the gelato!Inspired Bride