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Ok my friends, I promise ALL my recipes here to be approved by myself and my husband- at least twice– and if I promote it as ‘kid-friendly’ or ‘kid-approved’, both my five year old and one year old devoured it (more than once). THIS recipe– this might just be the best kid recipe of 2019– […]

Kid-friendly Taco Chicken Fingers

Ok my friends, I promise ALL my recipes here to be approved by myself and my husband- at least twice– and if I promote it as ‘kid-friendly’ or ‘kid-approved’, both my five year old and one year old devoured it (more than once). THIS recipe– this might just be the best kid recipe of 2019– […]

Kid-friendly Taco Chicken Fingers

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Dreary Autumn days make me crave all the cozy soups. This one is a twist on Italian minestrone soup, with that classic tomato-ey broth, hearty beans and bean-based pasta to add some protein and density to this plant-based classic. I make it with chicken broth, but you could swap in vegetable stock, instead and make it vegetarian, […]

Minestrone Soup

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We’ve recently made the transition to doing school at home, at least for the time being. I’m not ‘against’ school by any means; this is just what is working for us in this season. Plus, she’s only in pre-k so I can’t really mess her up too bad, can I? 😉 Kidding. But one thing […]

Recipe: Sage's Fall Apple Crunch

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Switching over to real food can be one of the best budget decisions you’ll ever make… or the worst. Buying organic, choosing grass-fed meat, wild fish, pastured eggs, switching to nuts and seeds instead of crackers and cookies for snacks… many of these are not inexpensive decisions. They’re important ones, but they can be costly, especially […]

How to Save Money buying real food

Real Food 101

  Mornings can be rough- especially when you’re just getting back into the swing of things with school. The kids aren’t necessarily used to the routine yet, you’re not used to the routine and it takes some adjustment. One of the ways to ease the transition? Planning ahead. I know, I sound like a broken […]

6 Make-Ahead Breakfasts for school mornings

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This post contains affiliate links. By using these links you will be supporting Healthy Mama Kris at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting the healthy mama mission! Last week I shared that we were about two weeks into our solid feeding journey and an overwhelming amount of you wanted to hear more! […]

Real Food for Babies: First Foods

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