Monster Burgers! Ahhh!

Who doesn’t love to eat monsters?? Especially around Halloween when you may find them lurking around your kitchen.  These monster burgers were so very simple, and even though the kids might not be interested in eating the eyeballs the rest of the burgers are a total treat! Even better, they’re miniature so they fit in …

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Shark Cakes… Ooh ahah!

Simone (aka Punkee) announced that it was Shark Day. I gave her a quizzical look and asked, “For real?” To which she said, “It is now…” So, Shark Day it was. I was not going to argue since sharks are my ultimate favorite animal in the entire universe. We made shark pancakes, wore whatever sharky, …

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Monster Earwax – Yummmyyyy!

Have you ever wondered what monster earwax tastes like? Oh, we have… and now we know! Here’s how to make Monster Q-tips as a Halloween treat. Materials: candy sticks – if they’re long, cut them in half small marshmallows peanut butter, Nutella, sunbutter, caramel – whatever you want to represent as earwax that can go …

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Doughnut Monsters

Nom Nom Nom! – say that with a monster voice and you’re ready to make Doughnut Monsters. Admittedly, these are so viral on the internet that they were subliminally planted in my head to have to make with *Punkee and *Seastar. We, of course, had to add our own Indigo twist or we would feel …

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Mindfulness in Slicing Eggies

For a protein-rich snack full of healthy cholesterol, boiled eggs are a great treat. Most kids like them at some point, and even if they don’t, this quick lesson on slicing eggs (or, eggies as Seastar calls them) will still be fun for the child to prepare snacks for the family or for a classroom …

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Slicing Ba-nay-nays

Anyway a child can be more independent is a great start to your child feeling more confident. Most kids love to help cook and prepare a meal, and there are some very safe ways of allowing your child to help. One of my favorite tools for this is a banana slicer. Even a one-year-old can …

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