Make Your Own Junk Food

Out Life As Mom and Good Cheap Eats are a couple of blogs that I follow that are by Jessica Fisher.  She homeschools her 6 children.  Her blogs are about homeschooling and recipes she has developed to keep their grocery budget in line.  She has also authored a few cookbooks. She started having her children help…
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Preschool Cooking Classes

Healthy Hands Cooking offers classes for children ages 2-13.  The classes for 2-5 year olds are called Lil’ Sprout classes and include a fun nutritional activity and food activity. Some of the different classes are Grow it in a Garden, Meet your Local Farmer, My Supermarket, Vegetables and Fruits.  Recipes include yogurt/fruit parfaits, making fruit…
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How To Make Your Own Hashbrowns

I had a recent post on how to make your own egg sandwiches.  Recently, I tried this recipe for homemade hashbrowns.  They do need to bake for about 50 minutes so you need to plan to make them when you have spare time, such as weekends.  Many people do prep work for their meals for…
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Make Your Own Spice Mixes And Dressings

It is easy to make your own spice mixes and dressings.  It is a great way to save money and know what ingredients are in your mixes, instead of the long list of ingredients in the store bought mixes. In most cases you can mix up a batch or more and have it on hand…
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How To Make Mini Taco Bowls

Making mini edible bowls using tortillas is a fun and easy spin to your meals.  They are also great for entertaining.  The mini bowls are made by cutting circles out of tortillas.  You can use round cookie cutters, the top of a clean empty can, or other items.  I used the top of a plastic…
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