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Squash Blossom Babies

About Squash Blossom Babies

I am a foodie and a mommy. I want to share my passion for cooking and baking. Since the birth of my daughter I have come to realize the incredible importance of the foods we consume. I am experimenting with recipes for my baby and my family. With a 2 year old toddler my emphasis will be creating healthy and wholesome meals that the entire family will enjoy all while helping to develop my daughters palate. The kitchen has always been an important part of my life and I feel that it is vital for more people to be aware of what is possible inside this beautiful room! I hope you will join me and enjoy making a mess in the kitchen!

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Goat Cheese Risotto

This is a delicious risotto that has tons of veggies and a twist with goat cheese. This is a perfect meal for little kids and adults. From the original site: Can we talk about how wonderful risotto is for a moment? It’s just an incredible dish that can be transformed into so many different flavors […]

Protein Pancakes

These pancakes are a great way to enjoy fluffly pancakes but with the added protein. Simple and quick! From the original site: I’ve been working on my fitness…..lifting weights, cardio…..you know trying to defy gravity! This breakfast recipe is particularly handy if you’ve been pumping some iron and are trying to pump up your protein. […]

Mixed Berry Cobbler

During a recent trip to my hometown of Joplin, Missouri we went to a berry farm and picked Blackberries. My 2 year old LOVED every second of it! We took our fresh berries home and made a delicious and healthy cobbler. There is no added sugar in this recipe and the cobbler topping is super […]

Black Bean Veggie Stack Ups

This is an easy and super healthy recipe. Perfect for families with kids of all ages. From the original site: When I was a little girl, my Mom would make a meal for us that she named the Chicken Stack Up. It pretty much consisted of cheese, chicken and tortillas….stack ‘em up and bake it. […]