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"Boushala" - Yogurt Soup Recipe

Posted on January 27, 2015 by Shanit Khachi | 0 Comments

Boushala is an Assyrian soup that I grew up eating and never realized it was so healthy for me. My dad would make it most of the time and I would help him by sitting near the stove to stir. It's a soup made out of yogurt, cilantro, spinach and it's so good for you!

 
Check out the recipe below and let me know how you like it! Good for kids too... and can be blended for babies, 1yr+.

Boushala Recipe:
Ingredients:
4 - 12oz organic yogurt (try to get a very tart/Greek nonfat version)
4 - Bunches of organic cilantro chopped
1 - Bunch/bag organic spinach chopped
1 - Stalk organic celery chopped
1/4 Cup - Basmati rice washed
1 - Egg, fork beaten
1-2 - Organic Jalapeños (optional)




Cooking Directions:
- Warm yogurt on medium heat, stirring frequently. 
- Add rice and egg mixture and stir thoroughly.
- Added chopped celery, followed by cilantro and spinach 10 mins later.
- Continue to stir so the yogurt doesn't curdle.
- Add Jalapeños, if you like a little heat. 
- Cook for about 15 mins and let cool.
- Salt can be added, but after cooking it, and soup has cooled.

Naneelookhoon! (Enjoy!)

 

 

Posted in Assyrian, Recipe

What is the NumNum® GOOtensil™

Posted on January 20, 2015 by Shanit Khachi | 0 Comments

Why is the NumNum GOOtensil great for self-feeding you ask? It's b/c there is no right direction to scoop and feed. They just dip and put it in their mouth. It's that easy. And the NumNum Dips are made out of silicon which are soft enough for teething babies to chew down on. A must have for all parents!

Posted in Baby, Num Num, Product Demo, Self-feeding, Video

Toddler Camp Holiday Party

Posted on December 04, 2014 by Shani Schumacher | 0 Comments

To register for the event, follow the link to the Socal Moms' site: Toddler Camp Holiday Party

Posted in Event

RiNGLY Teethers - Review by Coupons and Lesson Plans

Posted on October 12, 2014 by Shani Schumacher | 0 Comments

RiNGLY Teethers - Review by Coupons and Lesson Plans

Well it has begun... the Teething Stage! Our little guy has been putting anything he can get his hands on into his mouth. I started really thinking about what materials some of the teethers I had for him are made of, and decided that we needed more natural options. That is where PureMade Baby came in.... they sent us the certified organic Ringley Teethers and my son just loves them!
We were able to try the two super cute styles that PureMade Baby offers- The Ringley Knotted Teether and the Ringley Star Teether. Both of these teethers m eet and exceed the ASTM, CPSIA and CE toy safety standards.



The Ringley Teethers are an all natural product for baby to safely use to comfort those gums while teething. They are made in Canada from 100% organic cotton terry. Our little guy loves gnawing on this super soft fabric that can be used either wet or dry. He prefers it to be dry, when I dampened them he gave me a very funny look and dropped it. 


The rings for these teethers are made from untreated North American Maple, and according to the product information that makes them naturally antibacterial. Since he has been putting them in his mouth I think that fact is awesome!  He really seems to enjoy being able to go from the soft fabric to the smooth wooden ring. Plus his small hands can easily grip the little ring that is just his size. The Knotted Teether is attached to the wooden ring, but your are able separate the Star Teether from the wooden ring since it has a hook and loop closer. 

Washing the Ringley Teethers is incredibly simple. Just detach the Star Teether cloth from the wooden ring, and quickly hand wash.  For the Knotted Teether I wash the whole thing. I have been keeping them on rotation so he always has one clean. 




As you can see in the pictures, my son loves his 100% organic Ringley Teethers, and they must work to sooth his chewing needs since they are the first toy he reaches for when I lay him down for tummy time. PureMade Baby has so many wonderful products for your little one, and the Ringley Teethers are no exception.

Source: Coupons and Lesson Plans

Posted in Review

Superheroes

Posted on September 19, 2014 by Shani Schumacher | 0 Comments

Organic Beet and Potato
Organic baby food recipe - Stage 2

Ingredients:
• 2 Organic beets
• 2 Organic russet potatoes
• 1/4 C water (may need to add more for desired consistency).

Directions: Clean, peel and chop beets and potatoes. Boil or steam 30 minutes or bake with a little olive oil for 30-45 minutes at 350 degrees; Cool. Puree all ingredients and serve fresh in a Sili Squeeze! Store in an airtight glass container that is safe from leaching chemicals into food, in the refrigerator for 2-4 days. Freeze and store for up to 2-4 months.

Nutritional Value:
Beets: Cures anemia, improves digestion, liver protection, a cleansing agent for the body and increase in brain activity and development.
VITAMINS: A, C, Niacin, Folate, Pantothenic Acid, B6
MINERALS: Potassium, Sodium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Iron
Potato: Improves digestion, liver protection, antiviral properties, skin protection and healing of skin burns
VITAMINS: A, C, Niacin, Folate, B1
MINERALS: Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium, Selenium, Iron

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in baby food, dairy free, gluten free, Organic, Recipe, Stage 2

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