Simple, Succulent Squash Soup

Squashes are among the cheapest and easiest fruits (yes, they’re a fruit) to prepare, and they pack a powerhouse of nutrients including potassium, carotenoids, folate and fiber. Best of all, kids love them and babies can eat them, too. Turn baked squash into a gourmet soup using the recipe below, which is easy to modify to … Read moreSimple, Succulent Squash Soup

Frozen Banana “Ice Cream”

This post was originally published on this siteFrozen banana ice cream is an excellent alternative to sugary desserts for those who’d like to transition their children to a lower-sugar diet. The natural sugars in the bananas make it sweet enough to pass as dessert for those used to eating sweets, while the complete lack of processed … Read moreFrozen Banana “Ice Cream”

The Best Beef Stroganoff

Beef stroganoff is a staple in our household. Everyone in the family, from my kids to my husband devours this dish and asks for seconds–and sometimes thirds and fourths! We had to avoid it for a few months when the mangy munchkin was healing her leaky gut (she had a sensitivity to dairy and gluten … Read moreThe Best Beef Stroganoff