Make rich, chocolatey, homemade donuts right in your own kitchen! These donuts are baked, not fried, and even include a surprise ingredient to make them a more balanced treat.
I think we can all agree...homemade treats are better! Not only are we in control of the ingredients, but the end result is fresher and more delicious.
These healthier chocolate donuts are a big hit with my kids. They still get their treat, but I've modified the ingredients to make the end result more balanced and with a little more nutrition.
Get the recipe using the link in my bio.
It snowed just enough this morning to justify 🛷 sledding in our backyard! It has made the perfect little beginner hill and will surely be missed after we move in just a few short months.
Slow weekends at home are my jam and today certainly filled my cup! 🥰 #lovemypeeps
1 box of @eatbanza chickpea spaghetti
1 lemon (you will use juice AND zest)
2 cloves of garlic (will press through garlic press)
1C chopped spinach
1-2 tablespoons grass-fed butter
1/2C parm cheese
dash of cracked black pepper
dash of sea salt.
So today I received my @lynqlife superpowders. The drink has so many nutritional values. They have a full line of functional drink mixes! Kid friendly!!! I am skeptical about drinks but this drink is so good! Izzy tried the LYNQ invincible CHOCOLATE superpowder and loved it.
The powder can be baked, froze or of course drank.
I encourage you to go make an order and use my LYNQ promo code MOMMY10 for a 10% discount #lynq#healthykids#instagraminfluencers#momlife#kidshealth#ad
It’s almost the weekend! Raise your hand if you’re already dreaming of Pancakes 🙋🏻♀️🥞
Here’s a fun (healthy!) tip from me to you...Instead of pouring maple syrup over pancakes, try topping them protein-packed yogurt.
Yogurt is a great source of probiotics, potassium, and calcium, and the rich, velvety texture pairs perfectly with pancakes. Add a little fresh fruit and you’ll be this weekend’s Breakfast MVP 🏆
*Shown here: Whole-grain oat pancakes topped with vanilla yogurt, blueberries, raspberries, and Bee Pollen.
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The easiest veggie balls in the world! Vegan friendly 🌺 Great for the kids and hiding veggies! Thank me later 🤗
🌱 1x can chickpeas
🌱 1/2 red capsicum chopped
🌱 1/2 red onion, chopped
🌱 2 cups kale, chopped
🌱 1/2 cup frozen peas
🌱 1/2 cup corn
🌱 1/2 cup oats
🌱 1 tsp garlic powder
🌱 1/2 tsp oregano
🌱 1/2 tsp basil
🌱 3/4 tsp salt
🌱 Salt + black pepper to taste
STEP 1 Preheat your oven to 180 degrees. Heat a nonstick pan to medium high heat with 1/2 cup of water. Add capsicum, kale and onion. Sautée for 10 minutes.
STEP 2 Add chickpeas, sautéed veggies, peas, corn and spices into your food processor until well mixed.
STEP 3 Add your oats and process again. Your mixture should be slightly sticky but formable. If it's still too wet add oats or oat flour.
STEP 4 Take 1/8 cup worth of the mixture and roll into balls. Repeat until the mix is gone.
STEP 5 Place veggie balls on a non-stick baking paper and place in the oven for 25-35 minutes. Check on them a few times so they don't burn. Take them out and let them cool for 15 minutes.
Meal planning with some yummy produce tonight. Here are some things I find helpful when meal planning and grocery shopping:
1. Keep it simple. 1 pan meals, roasting everything in the oven at the same time, and leftovers are all time and money savers.
2. Check out what produce is in season before writing up a meal plan
3. Meal plan using your fresh produce first and then frozen or dried foods later in the week
4. Bring your reusable grocery and produce bags (found mine on Amazon and I love not using those single use plastic bags anymore)
5. Let the kids pick their veggies. When the grocery store isn’t too busy, I like taking time in the produce section with my kids. We talk about colors, shapes, weight, origin, ripeness, taste, smell, and how they feel. I love when grocery stores like @pccmarkets also allow a free produce for kids to eat. I have also found my kiddos are more likely to try the produce when they get to choose.
6. Be open to trying new produce. Best way to meet all our nutrient needs is to have a diversified plate.
7. Keep all the snackable produce easily accessible especially for littles.
Happy meal planning! What are you making this weekend?
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