Sweet Potato Pancakes Have you ever had a pancake that is moist, full of savory-sweetness, and easy enough a 7 year old can make it? Welcome to the world of paleo pancakes, friend! These delightful circles (or Micky Mouse-es) are the perfect addition to your breakfast rotation, even if you don't normally eat paleo. Chef Teddy will show you how … [Read more...]
Kids in the Kitchen at Everyday Graces
Kids in the kitchen is a special feature here where we share our kid friendly, allergy friendly, super yummy recipes with you. We use real utensils and employ many Montessori methods in our kitchen so the boys are learning to navigate the kitchen with the respect and delight that kitchen adventures warrant.
Are you an allergy mom? This letter is here to help you spread awareness to friends and family who might not understand. We try to keep all our recipes free from major allergens and many of them are paleo friendly. If you have a recipe request or idea, please email us at Hello@LaraMolettiere.com and we will see what we can do!
Easy Paleo Chicken Nuggets Have you ever had the glorious experience of a Chick-fil-A chicken nugget? Fried to perfection, tangy, almost sweet with a delightful crunchy coating that tickles your taste buds and delights the nugget loving child inside? Well, my two darling boys have never had anything but the grilled nuggets from Chick-fil-A due … [Read more...]
We love cooking together almost as much as eating together! Even with all our food allergies, we have plenty of wonderful things to eat. Today we are sharing our epic Valentine's Day Breakfast and our delightful Valentine's Day tea. And because we love all our dear readers, we are giving you a gorgeous set of Recipe Binder printables for you and … [Read more...]
Practical Life Skills for Children - Cooking We love incorporating practical life skills into our curriculum. Cooking is a passion of mine (dishes, not so much, though). I also believe that giving children skills they can grow and build self-confidence through is important. Even more so for kids with special needs and twice exceptionalities. We … [Read more...]
Food Allergies and Protein Smoothies We have a plethora of food allergies here. And Mr. F has become a bit of a picky eater in that he doesn't eat much meat. He can't have dairy or peanut butter and doesn't like almond butter, and he only likes beans once or twice a week. He does, however, like chocolate and spinach and coconut milk. Now, … [Read more...]
Vitamins for Kids You know how you always want to make sure your kids are eating their veggies, fruits, and good proteins and you work hard to make sure each meal has a little of everything they need and how they NEVER seem to want to eat it? Or maybe they only eat parts of it like Mr. T who is a meat and carb lover but isn't fond of fruits or … [Read more...]
Back to (Home) School Going back to homeschool, or any school, is a yearly milestone. Celebrating yearly to-do's is a wonderful way to establish a loving and life-giving culture in your home. So commemorate this new year with these yummy little chalkboards. Bonus: These can be made with regular Rice Krispies or Gluten Free Crisp Rice … [Read more...]
Get Your Kids in the Kitchen for Gluten Free Breakfast Food Fun! These little delights are awesome for breakfast, snack, or our favorite, brinner. We do breakfast for dinner a lot around here. With all the food allergies around here, we love having recipes to use with our favorite allergy friendly chocolate chips from Enjoy Life, too Gluten … [Read more...]
Savoring Summer How do you savor summer with your family? We love spending time outside together exploring, adventuring, and sipping lemonade on our deck in the evening. We also love having Agua Fresca as a treat when we visit our favorite local restaurant with a patio. When we saw that one of our beloved brands came out with an organic Agua … [Read more...]
Tapping Maple Trees at Home Back in December we told you all about our fun Maple Tree Sugaring Nature Study. We've been continuing the study throughout the winter, which is short here in Georgia. Our original plan was to travel to visit family in Northeast Tennessee for the tapping portion, which Mr. David Simerly has been doing there for several … [Read more...]