Are you ready to explore pumpkins with your kids, but don’t want to do a bunch of worksheets or pumpkin crafts? Check out these pumpkin activities for kids.
Making your own mint extract from your garden is a lot easier than you think and the results are far better than anything you can get from the store.
Leftovers can be boring, but if you make them into something new they’re not. Leftover spaghetti makes an amazing baked spaghetti pie.
Does the Christmas chaos have you stressed out? It doesn’t have to. Your holidays can be peaceful. Find out more with these 9 ways to reduce Christmas anxiety.
Thinking of gifts for preschoolers can sometimes be tricky. Find out more about choosing something the child will love.
Sweet peas are easy to grow and take up very little space in the garden. If you’re already growing a spring or fall garden, tuck a few pea seeds along the fence and let them do their thing.
Sausage balls without Bisquick are easy to make in bulk and even picky kids will gobble them up! It’s like having your biscuit and your sausage all in one!
I wanted to add some new menu items to my childcare menu and I thought of the idea of a sausage ball recipe. People serve them as hors d’oeuvres at parties, but they are really just cheese and sausage biscuits. I knew they were incredibly easy to make, but they use Bisquick baking mix and I don’t use boxed foods like that.
Making traditional foods like bone broth is good for your family, good for your health, and good for your wallet. Bone broth is full of nutrition and essentials your body needs for function and healing. Read more to see how to make grass fed bone broth for your health.
All you need is a little know how to easily provide the most nourishing diet for your family. It’s so worth taking the time to make real food from whole, unprocessed ingredients so you know what you are putting in your bodies and you can have the most nutritious diet possible on the budget you have.
An apple theme is not complete without tasting apples. This old fashioned apple crisp is an easy recipe that kids can make in no time and it’s delish!
At Little Sprouts we’ve been exploring apples for the last few weeks. Each family brought a couple of apples a while back and we used them for sorting, counting, color recognition, and all kinds of math activities.
We also did a taste comparison with the different kind of apples and charted our results. As our apple discovery is winding down, we used the rest of our apples to make an old fashioned apple crisp pie.
I don’t know about you, but my herb plants produce far more herbs than I could ever use. What can you do with excess herbs from the garden? Check out these ideas.