This year my parents have grown giant zucchini in their garden! They were really huge. The biggest we picked up so far, was around 35cm/14inches long and weighed over 2kg/70ounces. What would you do with such a huge zucchini? How would you eat it? I am sharing some great zucchini recipes, all kids friendly, easy to make and so yummy!
This meal is brought to you by MY Daughter! She did the meatballs almost all on her own. It actually worked great, as it was a perfect size for her little hands. She had a lot of fun and was very proud she could make all that! She also helped with the zucchini mousse and the final meal presentation, making a cute forest with mushrooms:)
I like homemade gnocchi and I often make a bit more that I freeze for another time. I usually serve them with different mixed veggies, as my daughter likes them that way. This zebra is an example of a very easy recipe, just presented differently :) My daughter loved it; hope your kids will love it too!
We had a triple party this weekend: my daughter’s birthday, my birthday and Mother’s Day!
Busy with the preparation for “My little pony” themed birthday party, we still managed to make this cute “I love Mom” dessert. It is so simple that every kid can make it, you can just help with the fruits preparation.
I am sure your kids love all kinds of balloon animals and creatures:) My daughter is no exception. Each time she meets someone making them, she wants to have one! So we did it:)
I think the recipe for these chocolate fondant cookies is the easiest cookie recipe I have ever tried! I got it from a friend a while ago and I have finally tried it to make these cute, heart shaped cookies, great for Valentine’s Day dessert. What can be better than chocolate on that day, right? :)
My daughter loves homemade pancakes. I often bake her as an after-school snack or as a breakfast during the weekend, when I have more time to cook and she has more time to eat! It is actually a great breakfast idea for kids – you can sneak some fruits in their tummies already in the morning! My daughter’s favorite are pancakes with apples and maple syrup. Hum, how yummy!
Are you already in a Halloween mood? Have you planned your Halloween party yet? If you are still looking for Halloween food ideas, then I have something for you:)
Recently, I’ve made this cute witch flying on a broomstick, surrounded by cheesy ghosts. It was a try out before our Halloween party, inspired by a game my daughter has played at school.
Would you like to jump into a hot air balloon? Yeah :) Who would love an exciting, amazing balloon ride? Have you ever done it? This is still on my ‘to do’ list, but this weekend I had at least a chance to admire gorgeous hot air balloons at the Hot Air Balloon Festival in Gatineau, one of the most important hot air balloon gathering in Canada, and the fifth largest in the world. This is why we end up making a yummy balloon snack!
Vacation time or a weekend can be a perfect time to make this cute teddy bear sandwich for your kid’s breakfast. With a little bit more of your morning time, you can have a delicious, nutritive sandwich with a baked egg. It is very easy to make, healthy and will keep a little stomach full for quite a while.
When it is so hot outside, I prefer not to cook hot meals during the day to avoid additional few degrees coming from the oven. So today we had made delicious tortilla wraps for lunch. My daughter loves rolled tortilla wraps and she likes almost everything I would put inside it. This time however, we decided to make them a bit differently…
I started sailing when I was still at school, first on the lake, then on the sea. I love this feeling of the wing blowing into your face, the sails over your head and the water splashing around. My daughter loves smoked salmon and I love sailing, so we decided to make these cute sailing boats!