Showing posts with label cooking with kids. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cooking with kids. Show all posts

Sep 26, 2022

Intentional Conscious Parenting September Energetic Tip

September's Intentional Conscious Parenting Energetic Tip! 

Happy Fall! 🍁🍂 

Nature's Bounty Is All Around Us. 🥕 

Show Your Children How They Too Can Create A Connection With Mother Earth, Her Seasons, and Rhythms. 🌎



We live on a living planet that is going through its own changes. As things accelerate, being intuned to the planet, evolving with her instead of working against her can bring more connection, peace, and adaptability. 

We want to share with you some ways to connect with mother earth during the fall season. 

Appreciation And Abundance - We've written in the past about how our two families explored the energy of the food, and how what we eat impacts our health. Becoming cognizant of the energy that lives within your food can change the way you look at what you want to eat and how you're going to feel after you eat it.

Harvesting - Explore harvest season as a family by harvesting your own fruits and vegetables, volunteering at a community garden, or taking a tour of the grocery store. Talk about the different vegetables (especially local produce) that is in season right now. Talk about how the produce was grown, picked, and delivered to the store. Ask your child what vegetable or fruit feels good to his/her body right now. Let them choose one to purchase and bring home to eat. 

Oct 9, 2017

3 Healthy Chicken-Based Comfort Food Recipes That Are Perfect For Fall



For many, fall is a season of comfort and anticipation for the impending holiday season. This means that many people are getting out their chef hats and fall ingredients in hopes of whipping up some comfort food for a chilly day. And considering the fact that Americans consume an average of 90 pounds of chicken every year, chicken is one of the most versatile and beloved foods to incorporate into any dish. Here are just a few healthy and simple chicken recipes to try this fall.

Honey Garlic Wings

Most people hear the phrase 'chicken wings' and instantly assume that they're fried, and therefore, loaded with fat. However, this recipe, provided by The Endless Meal, uses the oven as a healthier cooking method. Unlike other recipes, these wings taste just as crispy as they would fresh out of the fryer. What's more is that the herbaceous blend of spices comes together to create an absolutely delectable flavor profile with fresh garlic, honey, soy sauce, ginger, cilantro, fresh cracked black pepper, and chili flakes. And on the off-chance that you do have leftovers, make sure to store them properly -- vacuum sealers preserve food three to five times longer than food stored in plastic bags or containers. These wings make a great appetizer, dinner, or game day snack.