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There’s so many reasons why avocado toast is so good. It tastes delicious. You can make it in so many different ways. It’s healthy. Full of good fats, whole grains and protein. It’s a great last minute breakfast, lunch or even dinner idea. It comes to the rescue when you have absolutely nothing to make. It also comes in handy when you’re feeling super lazy to cook. And both kids and adults like it. Need I say more? Avocado toast is amazing.
And it’s not just for hipsters. It’s for mommy and me, too.
My favorite way to make it, is this way. Garlic rubbed on toast, with mashed avocado, topped with an over easy egg. Salt and pepper to taste. And HOT SAUCE.
We used a special leftover sourdough bread for this one, but normally, we use a full of healthy seeds whole wheat bread. Both ways are delicious. For more lunch ideas, click on the side under categories under ‘bento lunchbox!’ And healthy breakfast muffin ideas, too.
Happy avocado toast, making!
Sushi doesn’t have to be daunting. All you need is a little rice and seaweed, which we always have on hand. And veggies of your choice. It doesn’t have to be fancy either. Usually, I do like to make real sushi rolls, but sometimes this DIY kids sushi plate will suffice. Not to mention, it’s cute. Not only does cutting food into shapes make all the difference to a kid, it makes eating more fun. In essence, this dish is toddler-approved. Kid-approved. And grown-up approved. Yup, my husband eats this too.
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As you can see, today, I went all vegetarian. I just chopped up some avocado, cucumber and seaweed. To make the panda rice, I used a rice mold which you can find here. I also chopped up some mango for dessert. The fruit and veggie cutters you can find here.
Finally, the rest was up to Els. For instance, today, she wrapped the rice and avocado into the seaweed and munched on the cucumbers on the side. Next, she took a bit of her mango before going back to eating her kids sushi all over again.
Occasionally, I add some egg, daikon radish and carrots in there too. Again, whatever you have on hand works!
If you want more lunch ideas, click on ‘categories’ on the side under ‘bento lunchbox!’ Furthermore, you can follow me on Instagram! We are always creating or eating or doing something fun! And let me know if you give this kids sushi plate a try by tagging #bebeandbear! It’s easy and yummy, I promise!
Happy New Year, everyone! What are some of your new year resolutions? We ended our 2017 year with some delicious chocolate covered fruit. Because it’s chocolate covered fruit, that’s why! As shown above, can fruit look more delicious? Moreover, can it look more tempting? If […]
Every year, I try to make something nice for my neighbors and friends. In the past, I’ve made DIY hot chocolate jars, Anthropologie-inspired mason jar snow globes, peppermint bark with peppermint Joe joe’s and organic peppermint coconut oil sugar scrub. This year, I decided to make these little babies. Mini gingerbread loaves with REAL ginger. I love how tiny they are. And how cute they look all wrapped up in a tiny little bow. The best thing about this mini gingerbread loaf though, is the taste. My husband gave it a 10 out of 10.
It’s the perfect texture of moist in the inside and crunchy on the outside. The perfect balance of not too sweet, but sweet enough. And the subtle tastes of sweet molasses and spicy ginger mixed together is — well…perfect.
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I found these oven safe mini loaf pans at World Cost Plus, which were amazing because I could pour the batter right into them and bake them in the oven. Once done, they’re already packaged and ready to go.
I also made some with my mini loaf pans. Why does everything look so much cuter when it’s mini??
If you grease the pan and dust it with a little flour, shaking off the excess, the loaf will slide right out once done. Easy.
All packaged and ready to go. I just used some cellophane and wrapped it up with a bow. Some I delivered just like this because it was literally next door. I love Christmas.
Recipe Adapted from: Marthastewart.com
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Merry Christmas Eve, everyone!
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It’s been non-stop, cray-cray busy this holiday season. With family coming, house cleaning and organizing, baking, party-going, shopping, wrapping, errand-ing, it’s been a complete whirlwind. But we still managed to get some of these cute pom pom ornaments done for our tree, which looked great […]