Hi friends! Taylor from CleanFoodCleanPlate here to share one of my favorite snacks for breastfeeding moms. I always had these on hand to snack on in my early postpartum days – you can whip them up in just a few minutes, they are full of real, whole foods that are beneficial for breastmilk production, and most importantly, you can grab them and eat them with one hand (which comes in handy when your baby won’t let you put him down!). And did I mention they are delicious?!
How fun are these? They're healthy, easy to assemble, great for little toddler hands and make great leftovers! Thanks to mama of two, Alex S., for the idea! Ingredients: quantity depends on how many you want to make, but there is no right or wrong ratio for this meal! zucchini (you can also use big bell peppers!*) brown rice or quinoa black beans ground turkey corn, cooked and off the cob tomatoes, diced shredded cheese salsa salt and pepper Directions: pre-cook: brown your m
So crisp. So crunchy. So easy! Makes for a refreshing and quick weeknight dinner during warm months! And this is a great recipe if you’re practicing ‘baby-led feeding’ – lots of bite-size, brightly-colored items for your munchkin’. Ingredients this fed two hungry adults with a small portion leftover mixed greens, chopped 1 can black beans, rinsed and dried 1 ear of corn, cooked, off the cob 1 avocado, cut into small pieces 1 jicama, peeled and chopped – I only used a quarter
Now that it’s getting warmer, I’ve been craving cold smoothies in the mornings. But, I don’t always have time to make them. I recently found this awesome trick for always having a healthy, quick breakfast or snack: Make a giant batch of smoothie – just grab all your ingredients and keep reloading the blender. Fill all your mason jars (hence the ‘southern’ in the title) There is a freeze line near the top of the jar to help not overflow it. I make about 8 at a time for the who