December 3, 2013

Holiday Breakfasts

Posted in breakfast, child-friendly, special meals tagged , , , , , , at 2:30 pm by riahjoy

Recently I’ve been playing around with making yummy breakfasts that are fun for the Holiday season!
Here are some Christmas themed breakfast that you can enjoy!

Christmas Breakfast Burrito 1

Christmas Breakfast Burrito

This one is easy:

1. Scramble eggs with leftover quinoa and chicken

2. Serve in a tortilla (or alone) with cilantro and salsa for that holiday touch!

Christmas Breakfasts 5

Christmas Breakfast Burrito 2 Christmas Breakfast Burrito 3 Christmas Breakfast Burrito 4 Christmas Tree Omelet 1

Christmas Tree Omelet:

1. Pour whisked eggs into oiled frypan

2. Throw chopped greens on top

3. Flip when bottom side is done

4. Serve with “green side” facing up

5. Trim into tree shape

Christmas Tree Omelet 2

Decorate!

We used salsa and cheese, but you could easily add red and green peppers and other creative natural red and green foods.

Christmas Tree Omelet 3 Christmas Tree Omelet 4 Christmas Tree Omelet 5

ENJOY!

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February 17, 2013

Ways we make Sabbath special {GAPS}

Posted in GAPS friendly, main dish, special meals tagged , , , at 8:35 pm by Jordan

Sabbath table setSince the first Saturday of this month, we’ve been trying to set the table in some special way for Sabbath dinner, in preparation for Sunday worship. Last night, Bethany prepared the table for our meal. The china is a family heirloom, and the chicken decor she collected from an exchange at our church a while ago (she kept it a surprise until tonight!)

dressed for Sabbath dinnerWe try to dress nicely – Sunday best.

Sabbath meal on chinaLast night everyone ate on china, even the little boys (age 5 and 7).

Sabbath meal

Peas are Bethany’s favorite, so she prepared Shepherd’s Pie with peas for us. Topping the pie is cilantro.

After dinner, we read about and sang a hymn from Hymns for a Kid’s Heart by Joni Eareckson Tada (with Bobbie Wolgemuth). Then put on the movie about her that we haven’t seen in a very long time. Mom sat down for a whole hour with the family and did no work!