Squirrels gathering twigs and reinforcing their nests? Is it a sign that Fall is now just around the corner? As temperatures are slowly cooling off the remaining Summer month, transitioning into Autumn, we have yet to enjoy a couple more weeks of warm days before the Fall jackets are being pulled off the hangers.
If you have been following the Merry-Go-Veggie-Kids Summer 2014 virtual event throughout the month of July-August, well the time now has come to close the curtains. It has been a fantastic month of featured bloggers sharing with us useful tips, pieces of advice and their delicious kid-friendly vegan recipes.
By the way, this event has inspired me to start a Kid-Friendly Vegan Recipes board on Pinterest. Check it out!
Follow Veganlovlie’s board – Kid-Friendly Vegan Recipes on Pinterest.
Thank you once again to all guests who participated in this event. And here’s the round-up again:
Week #1: Sarah Creighton - Author of The Boy Who Loved Broccoli
Sarah Creighton of Veggie-Kids. Sarah is a mum of three and the author of two children illustration books - The Boy Who Loved Broccoli and Clover's Great Escape; the latter is endorsed by farm sanctuaries as well as John Robbins, author or "Food Revolution" and "Diet For A New America" and also by Neal Barnard, MD, founder of PCRM.org and revolutionary clinical researcher.When I learnt about how Sarah cured a large ovarian cyst through her diet only, I was reminded yet again of the healing power of the food we eat. For the Merry-Go-Veggie-Kids event, Sarah is sharing with us her quick and easy Broccoli Tomato Pasta recipe.Continue Reading
Week #2: Registered Dietitian and Yoga Instructor - Christina Cavanaugh
Cristina is a registered dietitian, yoga instructor, and mom who is passionate about health and wellness. She strives to help people feel and look their best! She shares with us her Spring Pea Miso Soup.Continue Reading
Week #3: Helyn and a Nutritarian Diet
Helyn of Helyn's Healthy Kitchen. Helyn, as I came to know when I stumbled upon her blog, follows a Nutritarian diet. If you are like me and had never before come across the term, here's a little description. She shares with us her Carrot Dogs recipe.Continue Reading
Week #4: Julie - PhD in Child and Family Development, a certified Health Coach
Julie from The Real Food Kids. Julie is a licensed Family Therapist with a PhD in Child and Family Development, a certified Health Coach with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and a professor at a New York university. Trusting her gut instinct, Julie made the decision to change her food choices to improve the health of her son who was suffering from a number of health problems. She shares with us her Mega Chocolate Muffin recipe.Continue Reading
Finally, I wanted to feature this Baked Vegetable Fritters recipe as my contribution and finale for this event. But it has been one crazy month at work for me! I am really out of steam and looking forward to a vacation which is actually not going to happen for another 4 weeks. So, bear with me while I get a chance to write down the recipe.
Baked Vegetable Fritters with an exquisite spicy sauce recipe!