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Baby finger food | Sweet potato bites

Baby finger food | Sweet potato bites

It’s been a long time since I posted any baby food recipes, mostly because my little man Grayson (now 13 months and walking), finally reached his “picky stage”, refusing to eat anything presented on a spoon. This leaves out most baby food.

Instead, I have to make up creative baby finger foods, like these sweet potato bites. They are naturally sweet and delicious and the soft potato is easy for babies and toddlers to eat. This was one of the first finger foods I gave Grayson and they are still one of his favorites – on most days.

Every now and then, I’ll make a batch with a touch of maple syrup. They are a little sticky, but make a delicious, healthy treat that are better than cookies. I usually have to hold myself back from eating them all, so make a few extra just in case someone gets hungry.

Sweet Potato Bites

appropriate for babies who are crawling and feeding themselves
Sweet potato bites

Sweet potato bites

Ingredients

  • 1 large sweet potato
  • 1 teaspoon olive oil or coconut oil
  • 1-2 teaspoons maple syrup (optional)

Method

Preheat oven to 425° F/ 220° C.

Chop sweet potato into small chunks or strips, about ¼ - 1/2 inch thick. They will shrink a little during cooking, so keep that in mind.

Line a baking sheet with foil and add the sweet potato. Sprinkle with olive oil and maple syrup (if using). Toss the sweet potato until well coated and arrange in a single layer on the baking sheet. Place in the oven and cook for 15-20 minutes until soft and barely brown on the edges, turning once during cooking. Be careful not to let them burn (if using maple syrup, they burn more easily).

Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

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The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

A lot of people ask me how I’m able to cook like I do (and write a blog) with a baby to care for, which is why I’m sharing my list of the top 6 ways I keep baby entertained so I can get things done. Having a baby is wonderful, and amazing. Staying home with him is even more wonderful and amazing. I love every minute with my little guy, but the long days and nights are exhausting. I need to carve out some me-time or I’ll lose my mind. With daytime naps sometimes painfully short, it’s important to find things for baby to do on his own. These are my son’s favorite things to do, keeping  him busy for 15 minutes or more. They work on a daily basis for my almost 11-month-old, and are in my “toolbox” when I need a short break. None of these things are a must-have for a baby, and some of them are a little pricey. They work for Grayson and I –and may work for your baby.

The key to getting some me-time when you have a very mobile baby (who gets into everything) is keeping them in one spot. This way you know they are safe. Getting them to stay in one place without screaming in protest is a difficult task. The trick is to keep them entertained. That way, they are happy and you are happy. What do I do with my free time?  I like to spread these little moments throughout the day to  do the things that need to get done. I use this time to do the dishes, make the beds and clean the floors. I also get the chance to do things just for me, like writing or catching up with friends on Facebook. It’s amazing how even the smallest thing, like doing your hair or painting your nails, can make such a difference when you’re a tired mommy.

#6. Interactive Toys

Grayson has 2 interactive toys, and he plays with them nearly every day. My mother bought him a second-hand VTech Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker. He has yet to use it for walking, so we still have a lot of time with this one. His other favorite is the VTech Learning Laptop. He liked this one more when he was younger, but I’m sure it will have new life when he can understand the words.

These toys keep his attention from 10-30 minutes at a time while I stay in the room with him. I’m able to relax, and usually spend time reading on my smartphone. When he gets bored, I get on the floor and play with him. We toss the ball (he’s learning to pass it back), and sing or read stories.

Drawbacks: The songs. You will end up with them stuck in your head all day.

 

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

 

 #5 Toys + bathtub

You could use any toy for this sanity saver, but you need a tub. Grayson really, really loves his bath time, but only gets to play with his bath toys when he’s taking a bath. I’ve discovered that he’s equally enthralled with the bath toys without the water. There’s something about the tub shape and floor that he just loves. I place him in the empty bath tub and he plays inside. He can’t climb out yet, so I’m free to do what I need to do. I use this trick when I’m trying to do something IN the bathroom, like fix my hair, do my makeup or clean.  It’s even great if you just need to use the toilet without grabby hands tugging at your legs or pulling on the toilet paper!

Note: For safety, make sure you don’t leave baby alone. Buy a textured bath mat if your tub is slippery and a faucet protector so you won’t have any bumped heads.

Drawbacks: Sometimes water will leak out of the toys = wet bum

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

#4 iPad/tablet/smartphone

My husband bought me an iPad for Mother’s Day when my little one was only a few months old. I spent a lot of time in bed back then, dealing with a hungry baby who didn’t sleep much at night. Now, my baby is the one with the iPad.  He started “playing” a few baby apps at about 5 months old, mostly batting at the screen. Now that he’s 10 months old, he is getting a little better coordination, but still needs frequent help. Lately, he tries to almost sit on the screen, forcing the app to close, so I stay close by.  I also purchased a Kidbox Cover for iPad with thick foam to protect the device, plus a handle and stand. It’s really holding up to some abuse! I usually will put the iPad down on a carpeted floor at my feet so he can play while I’m on the computer.  Grayson is learning fine motor skills, shapes, colors and the names of objects while I get the songs stuck in my head on a perpetual loop. It seems like a fair trade.

I have the same apps on my phone and they have saved me a few times when we were at the doctors, a restaurant or stuck in traffic. Do you have a favorite baby app? Please share!

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

My top picks for free baby apps:

  • Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Monkey This app has four different selections, shapes, numbers, letters and music, each with songs and fun graphics.
  • Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Shapes & Colors This app is one of Grayson’s favorites. The first level is great for very young babies. It has shapes that move across the screen and respond to baby’s touch. He likes the second level now.
  • Egghead: Baby Touch and Hear by treebettydesign.  Good for very young babies, this app only requires baby to touch the screen to open the egg, and an animal is revealed. It has beautiful graphics without annoying music. A bonus for mom!
  • Fisher Price Storybook Rhymes Volume 1 A great app for older babies. They turn the pages for a singing or reading two stories. The Itsie Bitsie Spider or One, Two, Buckle My Shoe.

Drawbacks: Frequent shutting down of apps. Be ready to help out. Also, did I mention the annoying songs?

 

# 3. Merry Muscles Baby Bouncer

This is one of the few baby bouncers that will support a 2-month-old. Designed by an occupational therapist for proper support, the baby is suspended from a doorway and cradled in a comfy fabric harness. Grayson has been using this bouncer weekly and loves it now even more! He’s so good at using this bouncer; he now performs tricks in it- bouncing front to back, spinning, and clapping his feet together mid-air. He laughs the entire time, and we both have fun. I have this set up in my kitchen, and while he’s bouncing, I do the dishes, make lunch or mop the floors. It’s truly one of the best things I ever purchased for my baby and I.

Drawbacks: Getting baby in and out. Easy, but I’m always worried he will wiggle away from me.

#2. Joovy Spoon Walker

I didn’t realize how much I would love this walker when I purchased it. It’s a little expensive, but worth every penny. What I love about it is the clean design with a wide removable tray. I feed him a meal at least once a day in the Joovy. Babies like to move, and sticking them in a high chair can be a battle. Now that Grayson is eating finger foods, I can put him in the Joovy, lay out a selection of healthy treats and let him be. He loves to happily move around the room and follow me through the house as I prepare meals or clean (always cleaning!). Even though Grayson is crawling (and standing) he never objects to going in this walker. The messes usually stay on the tray, and while food sometimes gets stuck in the seat, it is also removable and easy to clean.

Drawbacks: Cleanup. A mobile baby with food is always messy.  He likes to drop food overboard to create sticky trail for me to clean up later.

#1. YouTube

When we first had our son, I said I would never just let the TV babysit my child. Then I found out how exhausting it was with a baby demanding your attention 100% of the time. Grayson doesn’t watch a lot of TV except for a bedtime snuggle with Disney Jr., every now and then.  Mostly, I use my tablet or laptop and select short videos for him to watch in the same room as me.  There is just one video that Grayson will watch every timeHarold and the Purple Crayon from HBO family buys me about 22 minutes of worry-free me-time. He also likes any of the Baby Einstein videos like Baby McDonald. The best part is this works in any room if you have a tablet or smartphone. I usually set my iPad just out of reach and do my thing. Lately, I place it on a low futon and Grayson stands on the floor next to it, teething toy in hand.

I hope some of these products help you get some sanity as they do me. Do you have a favorite product? I’d love to hear about it. Please share in the comments below.

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

The top 6 ways I keep baby entertained {so I can get things done}

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Life isn’t baby proof | My baby empties drawers

I’ve been posting a lot of recipes (over 40 to date) since I started my blog about 3 months ago.Looking back over that short period, I’m pretty happy with what I’ve been able to accomplish. My cooking and photography has improved, my recipes have been published on Foodgawker, Tastespotting and Dessertstalking. My website’s Alexa ranking has gone from about 2 million globally to 1 million  – which is really good for a site just 3 months old relying only on the power of content (web writers, you know what I’m talking about).

To celebrate those little victories I’m going to branch out from recipes and share a bit of what I’m dealing with under foot. Sometimes I wish I had more time to spend on this blog, but I have a little distraction that takes up 90% of my time and his name is Grayson. He is 10 1/2 months old, and his favorite pastime is making messes! He’s the proof that real life isn’t baby proof and why I spend way much of my time chasing around my little baby-beast as he empties every drawer he can open.  Specifically, he loves to take anything on a shelf, in a box or drawer and put it on the floor. In his mind, this is where everything goes and he has a compulsive need to organize it. I happily let him make those messes even though it means more work for me. He squishes his food, pours water out of the bathtub, smashes crumbs into the carpet…the list keeps growing.

My number one priority right now is keeping one eye on little Grayson, because everything and anything ends up in his mouth. Just this week, I’ve fended off a piece of glass, a razor, toilet-water-covered-hands, rocks, dirt, carpet fuzz, paper bits, dirty diapers and shoes. I try valiantly to sweep daily. We have baby gates up, and cabinet drawer locks applied. The electrical outlets are all covered. Still, no amount of sweeping, mopping or baby proofing seems to make a difference in what he seems to dig up. It’s amazing what those grabby little baby fingers can find.

Grayson with a key lime in his mouth

Grayson with a key lime in his mouth

So to all of you hard-working moms and dads out there, I salute your efforts as I do mine. We are all stumbling through this together – some better than others. My mind hurts at the thought of trying to accomplish anything at all (like this blog) caring for 2 or 3 little beasties. I’m so grateful to have him, though. The experience of having and raising a child is worth every second.

Popeye Pancakes | Whole Wheat, Banana & Spinach Pancakes for Picky Toddlers

Popeye Pancakes | Whole Wheat, Banana & Spinach Pancakes for Picky Toddlers

I’m a little embarrassed to admit how picky my toddler is. After all, I have a FOOD BLOG with all sorts of adventurous recipes. It’s true though. My toddler is the pickiest of all the little ones in his playgroup. I present him with all sorts of creative, healthy options, but for the longest time, his diet has been limited to “crunchy things”. He likes cereal, toast, granola, cheese, crackers and milk. He usually WON’T eat pasta, fruit, vegetables or most meats.

In order to slip in a balanced diet, I create recipes like these Popeye Pancakes. They have organic whole wheat, banana & spinach for picky toddlers who like to feed themselves.

Whole Wheat, Banana & Spinach Pancakes for Picky Toddlers

I have peace of mind knowing my son is eating a healthy diet when I give him these. I make a big batch every week and it’s just one of the ways I slip in good nutrition.

Some other tricks I use:

  • Reusable food pouches. My son will eat fruit if it’s pureed and in a squeeze pouch. I add veggies to every recipe.
  • Homemade soup. He will eat soup if he sees mommy eating it. I sneak chicken broth and pureed veggies in this way.
  • Chili and sausage: These are two foods he likes because they are easy to eat and flavorful. This child likes spice!

If you have a picky toddler the best advice I can give is to keep trying. Don’t pressure your child to eat. Offer different foods as often as you can, even if it seems like a waste of time. Don’t fall into the trap of only offering what you know they will eat! Eventually, they come around (my son is starting to).

With a little creativity, you will find things that make both of you happy, like these Popeye Pancakes. They are packed with healthy stuff like Greek yogurt, banana, 100% whole wheat and fresh spinach.

Green Popeye Pancakes for picky toddlers

I even add pea protein powder, and natural supplements to make sure my little guy gets everything he needs. You can even make these with breast milk if you have some (yes, breast milk pancakes!). Just switch out the milk for equal parts breast milk.

It’s up to you what you add to your Popeye pancakes-I added lots of options in the recipe. The important thing is getting your little one what they need to stay healthy and happy. Enjoy!

Popeye Pancakes | Whole Wheat, Banana & Spinach Pancakes for Picky Toddlers

 

Popeye Pancakes | Whole Wheat, Banana & Spinach Pancakes for Picky Toddlers

Popeye Pancakes | Whole Wheat, Banana & Spinach Pancakes for Picky Toddlers

Use organic ingredients if possible.

Ingredients

  • 1 and 1/3 cups (167g) whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 cup fresh spinach leaves (firmly packed)
  • 1 large banana
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 cup (240ml) milk
  • 1/4 cup (63g) Greek yogurt
  • 1 Tablespoon dark brown sugar (or maple syrup)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons (optional) add-ins like natural protein powder or supplements
  • 1/2 cup (optional) mini chocolate chips

Method

Mix together the flour, baking powder and cinnamon in a large bowl.

In small food processor or blender, add the spinach leaves, banana, egg, milk and Greek yogurt. Process until smooth. Pour into a medium-sized bowl.

Whisk sugar and vanilla and any protein powder into the spinach mixture until smooth. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and stir gently until just combined. Add chocolate chips if using. Do not overmix. You will have a thick pancake mix at this point.

Heat your griddle over medium heat. Coat with butter or coconut oil. Spoon pancake batter onto the griddle, 2 tablespoons per pancake.

Cook until the edges are dry and bubbles form, about 1 minute. Flip and cook a few minutes more and remove from pan. Coat griddle again with oil or butter and make another batch. You may need to lower the heat to medium-low if they are browning too quickly.

Store in the refrigerator or freeze any leftovers.

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Recipe adapted from Whole Wheat & Banana Pancakes from Sally’s Baking Addiction

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Amber For Babies Teething Necklace Review + Giveaway!

Amber For Babies Teething Necklace Review + Giveaway!

This post and giveaway is sponsored by Amber for Babies.

Teething can be a painful for experience for babies; often resulting in tears and sleepless nights for everyone. My son Grayson(who I’m very fond of making baby food recipes for)  is 16 months old–a prime age for teething. Teething starts around 6 months of age. By the time a child is 3 years old, they will have all 20 teeth. Even though my son has had only mild teething issues, as a concerned parent, I would do anything to keep him from experiencing the pain and discomfort of teething.

There are a lot of teething remedies out there, ranging from over-the counter drugs and drops to numbing creams and home remedies. Sometimes these work; many times they don’t. Searching for teething remedies online, I came across Baltic amber teething necklaces, bracelets and anklets from Amber for Babies.

Amber teething necklace

How does a Baltic amber teething necklace work for pain?

Baltic amber is fossilized tree resin originating from pine trees over 45 million years ago. Baltic amber contains 3-8% succinic acid, which is said to be an analgesic (pain relieving) substance. The necklace isn’t meant to be chewed on.  Instead, the natural warmth from baby’s skin heats the beads, and the pain relieving qualities are absorbed into the skin.

After reading the glowing reviews online, I gave a teething necklace from Amber for Babies a shot. For the last month, my little one has been sporting a very cute bohemian-esque honey raw bead amber teething necklace while cutting two new teeth.

amber-necklace

During that time, we experienced only a few nights when he was awakened at night due to teething pain. One of those nights, I gave him acetaminophen for the pain. The rest of the time, he’s been his usual fuss-free self.  Maybe if my son was usually fussy when teething I would have noticed a difference. In any case, I love how cute the necklace looks on him. This may be a great product to try for babies who go through extreme pain, drooling or chewing during teething. According to the many reviews I read, the all-natural beads seem to be very effective in calming babies.

The necklace we reviewed is very well made, with each bead tied in place so they don’t move around. It’s lightweight and my son–who won’t even wear a hat–doesn’t mind wearing it at all. The screw clasp is also amber, and looks just like one of the beads.

Amber for Babies offers many styles, colors and shapes of teething jewelry. You can purchase necklaces and bracelets with raw (not shiny), baroque (shiny), olive-shaped or chip beads. Colors include honey, lemon, cherry, milky and multicolored amber.

If you would like to purchase an amber teething necklace, anklet or bracelet, visit www.amberforbabies.com. They have a wide selection of affordably-priced Baltic amber teething jewelry. During the month of April, they are having a site-wide 30% off sale. Here is just a small sampling of the colors and styles from their website:

Amber for babies teething necklaces

 

Amber for Babies has teamed with Love and Duck Fat to offer a raw amber teething necklace in honey or lemon to one lucky winner! It’s easy to enter with a like, follow or comment. Must be 18 to enter. US and Canada only.

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Disclosure: I was supplied an amber teething necklace free of charge from Amber for Babies for the purpose of this review. I received no other compensation. All opinions are my own. 

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Asparagus and bacon quiche recipe
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French toast with roasted strawberries and tarragon cream

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Chocolate chip cake
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Chocolate Espresso Crinkle Cookies
Chocolate pumpkin cake with spiced brown butter frosting
Chocolate pumpkin cake with spiced brown butter frosting
Homemade s’more cookie recipe
Starfruit upside-down cake

Dessert

Bailey’s Irish Cream Panna Cotta with Espresso Caramel Sauce
Banana Bread Upside-Down Cake
Blueberry Cupcakes, Lemon Filling & Blueberry Cream Cheese Frosting
Candied orange slices
Chocolate cake with mousse filling and chocolate port wine frosting
Chocolate cake with orange French buttercream and ganache
Chocolate espresso cake with cooked flour buttercream
Coconut Hot Chocolate
Gluten free pumpkin cake muffins
Gooey gingerbread cakes
Green Tea & Honey Sponge Cake
Guinness Ice Cream Float
Homemade and healthy watermelon jello
Lavender, brown sugar panna cotta with lemon sauce
Nutmeg & yogurt panna cotta, cranberry coulis
Pistachio Cardamom Shortbread Cookies
Spiced brown butter cooked flour frosting
Strawberry mousse in chocolate cups
Triple Chocolate Guinness Cake with Easy Bailey’s Irish Crème Anglaise

Main

Caribbean goat stew
Chinese Five Spice Cornish Hens
Easy eggplant pasta
Farmer’s market tofu coconut curry
Guinness Pork Loin
Lamb Shanks Recipe
London Broil with wild mushroom sauce
Mussels, scallops and bok choy in Thai green coconut curry
Pasta with sausage, butternut squash and spinach
Pork Carnitas Tacos
Pork rib chops, goat cheese polenta, roasted fennel and sauteed apple
Roasted pork loin with shallot and tarragon cream sauce
Salmon with dill sauce, Beluga lentils, sautéed leeks
Sausage and Oyster Gumbo
Smoked salt Padron pepper and goat cheese tacos
Spanish octopus stew
Spinach Picadillo
Tuna tomato melt recipe | The best ever
Turkey meatballs, tagliatelle pasta, sundried tomatoes and roasted vegetables
Wild salmon and dill sauce with black Forbidden Rice

Pasta

Easy eggplant pasta
Orzo Salad Recipe
Pasta with sausage, butternut squash and spinach
Turkey meatballs, tagliatelle pasta, sundried tomatoes and roasted vegetables
Walnut, parsley and basil pesto

Pork

Guinness Pork Loin
Pork rib chops, goat cheese polenta, roasted fennel and sauteed apple
Pork Carnitas Tacos
Roasted pork loin with shallot and tarragon cream sauce
White bean and sausage soup

Salad






Mango Salad with Mozzarella & Mint
Orzo Salad Recipe

Seafood


Ceviche recipe | Cherry tomato and white fish

Mussels, scallops and bok choy in Thai green coconut curry
Oyster chowder with corn and bacon
Oyster stuffing with shiitake mushrooms and leeks
Spanish octopus stew
Salmon with dill sauce, Beluga lentils, sautéed leeks
Sausage and Oyster Gumbo
Tuna tomato melt recipe | The best ever
Wild salmon and dill sauce with black Forbidden Rice

Side

Artichoke and mushroom casserole
Balsamic glazed Brussels sprouts
Broccoli rabe (rapini) with garlic and olive oil
Duck fat confit of garlic and mushrooms
Daikon and carrot kimchi

Duck fat recipe | Roasted potatoes and shallots


Fried green papaya recipe
Green beans with crispy bacon
Mustard greens with garlic and sesame
Oyster stuffing with shiitake mushrooms and leeks
Perfect roasted potatoes
Roasted fennel
Roasted kohlrabi with garlic and Parmesan
Roasted okra with soy and garlic glaze
Spicy Pickled Onion Recipe
Spicy Szechuan Roasted Okra

Soup

Cauliflower and wild rice chowder


Oyster chowder with corn and bacon
Roasted Brussels sprout soup, chestnut toast
Roasted cauliflower and almond soup
Sausage and Oyster Gumbo
Split pea soup with smoked turkey
Tuna tomato melt recipe | The best ever
White bean and sausage soup

Vegetable

Artichoke and mushroom casserole
Balsamic glazed Brussels sprouts
Broccoli rabe (rapini) with garlic and olive oil
Daikon and carrot kimchi


Fried green papaya recipe
Green beans with crispy bacon


Mustard greens with garlic and sesame

Roasted fennel
Roasted kohlrabi with garlic and Parmesan
Roasted okra with soy and garlic glaze
Spicy Szechuan Roasted Okra
Smoked salt Padron pepper and goat cheese tacos
Walnut, parsley and basil pesto

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