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Easter Egg Salad Sandwich: Holiday Food Traditions

With both of my babies finally able to sit still and follow directions (hello, toddler boys!), we’re having fun with all sorts of Easter holiday food traditions… mainly dying Easter eggs. Counting this Easter Egg Salad Sandwich recipe, we’ve dyed Easter eggs 3 times already! Ha! That is definitely a record for us. Walmart’s seasonal aisles are filled with the cutest crafts and tools you need for some fabulous holiday

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REESE’S Peanut Butter Cups Minis and Banana Pancakes: A Sunday Family Tradition

Daddy D has been making Sunday pancakes as a family tradition since our oldest started eating solids. It’s a family tradition that began with his father and it makes my husband happy to carry that legacy on. The kids and I can’t complain. Usually he adds health conscience additions to the pancake mix, like fruits and nuts, but sometimes he’s a little more indulgent. One particular Sunday he created mouth

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Easter Party Food and Playdate Ideas: DIY Easter Basket Pudding Snack

We had friends over recently and instead of a regular ol’ snack, I decided to create Easter party food that’s easy enough for a mid-week playdate. Actually, all I did was set out a few ingredients and let the kids create their own Easter basket “recipe”! I had some things in our pantry and picked up a few items during our weekly grocery run to Walmart, who is sponsoring this

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Cuban Style Codfish Fritters – Frituras de Bacaloa

Since moving back to California, I’ve learned more about the Cuban recipes I grew up on. Perhaps most interesting is the impact my grandfather had on the foods I ate. Passed down through generations and then sold in our family’s Corner Market, this Cuban style Codfish Fritters (called Frituras de Bacalao in spanish) is served as an appetizer, especially during Lent, and made with salted cod. The traditional Cuban recipe

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ALMOND JOY Stuffed Cookies: Easy Recipe for Kids

This simple baking recipe combines my love of chocolate with my little one’s fascination with cooking alongside her mama. With the perfect flavor combinations of chocolate, almonds and coconut, this Easy Almond Joy Chocolate Chip cookie recipe is perfect for the novice baker who still wants to create “baking memories” with their kids. I’ve been cooking with my daughter since she was an itty bitty. At five years old, she’s

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Easy Breakfast Ideas: Banana Yogurt Topped Rice Cakes

Getting the New Year off on the right start can seem like a daunting task, but sometimes the simplest, easy breakfast ideas are the ones that make the biggest difference to your day. I say it all the time, making sure my kids eat a solid breakfast is important to our family food culture and this quick and filling idea is perfect for busy family. All you need is 3

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