Cooking with children is an excellent way for them to practice and develop several skills.
We’ve gathered a collection of great books on how to make your own pizza!
Microgreens are one of, if not my favorite, recommendation for people to grow.
Candy, candy, candy! Hearts abound this time of year, whether it’s chocolate, conversation, or marshmallow. Breaking, or not starting on, the sugar train can be a challenge. With food allergies on the rise and growing research supporting the negative effects of sugar on the growing brain, many parents and schools are encouraging non-edible Valentine treats. Checking out the party favor aisle is often a simple and cost-effective way to round up 12-24 similar pint-sized items.
We encourage healthy food choices, which is why we get the kids involved in making their food and to let them see where healthy foods come from.
I often get questions from parents in passing about what they should plant in their gardens with their children. I love these questions but figured that my quick responses at pick-up and drop-off could be expanded upon. So here goes!
By Julie Goldstein Why buy something when you can easily make it, right? Since the seasons are changing we decided to make some seed starting mix to plant some cool […]
By: Annie Emery Easiest, healthiest, most versatile, kid- loved breakfast yet. Fruit and protein packed, gluten free, this might just be your next go- to breakfast for the whole family […]
Finn’s 1st Gelato My husband, Massimo, is from Florence, Italy, so food plays a big part in our life. Anyone who knows me also knows that I am super anti-sugar […]
By: Annie Emery The markets are flooded with strawberries and blueberries right now, they are SO good by themselves, but even better with this five -minute recipe. You can use […]
Mint “Chocolate Chip Cheesecake” Dip Cheesecake Dip is a fun recipe for parties or just an after school snack. The kids loved it, saying it looked like ice cream, and […]
By: Annie Emery This summer I worked at a bakery in a small town in Alaska, where I first had the luxury of a delicious gluten free brownie. Later, I […]
By Annie Emery Ingredients 1-3/4 Cups flour 1/4 Cup flaxseed meal 1 Tbs chia seed 1 Tbs baking powder 1 Tbs baking soda 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp allspice 1 […]
By: Annie Emery Expanding taste buds at a young age is a great way to develop appreciation for exploration. I love using spice to flavor and pushing the boundaries of […]
By: Annie Emery Good day everyone! I am pleased to share with you a recipe that is super easy, super healthy, and the kids really liked! It’s well rounded, yummy […]
By: Annie Emery This dish is quick, versatile, and sweet with a low glycemic load. One of my favorite combinations! If you own a food processor, large organic carrots are […]
“Passion Fruit Simple Syrup” Annie Emery Hello All! I think it is amazing the things we can find right in our backyard. For this month’s blog post, I would like […]
Hello All! My name is Annie and I am the new chef here at CMP. I came from a small island in the Caribbean where fresh, organic produce was quite […]
My husband and son both have a major sweet tooth. I try as hard as I can to limit their sugar intake so I have to create some treats that will […]
I love making this soup because if I have a little more or less of the ingredients it still turns out amazing. Even if I leave the soup ingredients cooking […]