What is up with recipes with a 500 word essay before actually getting to the ingredient list? When you're trying to cook something while the kiddos are napping, you have precious little time for that nonsense. Just tell me how much flour I need for this recipe! In the future, I might write up some tips and tricks I've used, but I won't put it with the recipes!
Recipes for Toddlers:
I am currently a nanny for twins that just turned one year old. We started with homemade baby food, mainly made by me with the Evla food maker. But we switched to Baby Led Weaning and these boys love their food! They love these finger foods usually made with a side of steamed veggies, made with the Evla.
The twins like mini muffins for breakfast, and here's their favorites so far:
Recipe Stories, Mishaps, and Notes:
Recipes for Friends:
When I'm not nannying or crocheting, I'm an extremely amateur baker. My husband loves to play pub trivia, and our usual spot (Angel City Brewery) allows us to bring outside food. So I bring tasty treats for our team!
Now that we're months into the pandemic, my friends and I have been doing drive-by birthday parties, where we bring treats and balloons to the birthday person. I like to bring something baked, so it's usually one of these:
Maple Oat Nut Muffins (I make these for my breakfast during the work week)