Most moms and dads do care about their little one’s diet. We want our kids to be healthy, happy and loving their delicious healthy foods. I personally think that it is very easy to have your child love healthy foods, since I now have to go through this daily and personally. Some mommies and daddies do have to employ some tricks every now and then, to get healthy yummies in their little ones’ tummies, but over a span of time, it is a doable task to help your children learn to love foods which are good for them and prepare them for a life of health.
I am starting a new category on Vegalicious–SPROUT LOVES, which is going to be about delicious, healthy vegan foods that my baby girl loves and cannot get enough of. Her food repertoire already ranges from green smoothies, fruit, veggies, to grains, and even beans, but every day we try something new. Today I will kick off this category with a recipe we whipped up yesterday, which not only kiddos, but even their parents will enjoy (Hubby finished off Sprout’s treat yesterday ). I highly recommend using only organic ingredients for your baby’s food.
Creamy Carrot Dessert | Sugar Free Raw Vegan Treat for Children
Yesterday I thought it was a good idea to come up with a Daniel Fast friendly dessert recipe. It meant using unprocessed ingredients, so, naturally, if I wanted chocolate, it would have to be the raw cacao I would use. Big Mistake! Especially since I ended up making this delicious dessert in the evening, for dinner… not too long before bed. Needless to say, Hubby and I stayed up chatting until 1 am. When we finally drifted off to the sleep-land, Sprout decided it was time to party at 5 am, so this Momma did not get much sleep.
Lesson Learned: this is a delicious recipe, but is quiet a stimulant, so I would not suggest it to Daniel Fasters for that reason. The rest of you–ENJOY!
I hope you have not missed the crazy deal I am offering on my dessert e-books. It will go on for only another 2.5 days and will never be offered again. So, click through, check it out, and get your sweet tooth satisfied!
Guilt Free Apple Pie? Sign me up!
No, really! My husband LOVES apple pie, but as great as my recipe is, I have not been able to make it 100% Elena (me, that is ), approved. Yet, I do make it for him occasionally. It is not only delicious, but SO MUCH better than anything you would find in stores.
A few days ago, however, Chef AJ shared her APPLE PIE SMOOTHIE recipe in one of Vegalicious groups. It happened that I had almost all of the ingredients, so with a few adjustments I whipped it up. My dessert loving Hubby enjoyed it, and I… well, I had three servings and loved it! This is certainly the kind of apple pie I wanted and approve of. So, here is the recipe, give it a try (if the embedded video does not work in your browser, click on the link above).
The recipe I am about to share with you used to be my secret weapon for a long, long time. However, with Easter in just a couple of days, I am feeling pretty generous . And why not? There are no oils added to this scrumptious dessert, no sugar, and it is completely raw. I first whipped [...]
Have you ever disliked something very much in spite of it being good for you? I am normally not the person but amaranth was one of those things for me. I tried making it on several occasions a few different ways, and every time I felt the same way–I DON’T LIKE IT! Oh, I knew [...]
Winner Announced Amy Rogers is the winner of this giveaway, comment #8. Hopefully she will try making what she wanted with her winnings: the cheesy tofu scramble! Congrats, Amy! Story A few weeks ago my husband and I just celebrated an amazing anniversary–5 years on a plant based (vegan) diet. 5 years of better health, well-being, [...]
About a month ago I blogged about how to reach your picky eaters. The feedback was varied and interesting, but most was great, because a lot of you tried a few tricks and they worked! You quickly found that involving your kids into food preparation and meal creating is the fastest way to make them excited [...]
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