Comfort Food Recipe – Spaghetti and Meat Sauce

Kat, November 20, 2014

In the winter there is nothing better than coming home to a plate of homemade spaghetti and meat sauce!  My mom always makes huge batches of this and freezes ahead of time so that we can enjoy is throughout the winter without having to make from scratch each time!  Here’s the recipe: Ingredients: 1 1/2 […]

Comfort Food – Spinach Artichoke Pesto Pizza

Melissa, November 13, 2014

Winter Warming I am always a few weeks late on putting on my winter padding.  It takes some good, warm, comfort food to warm up these toes.  With temperatures well below zero throughout the winer I have become the Queen of Comfort Foods.  My masterpieces include an array of pastas, pizzas, stews, soups to casseroles! […]

Comfort Food-Chickpea Stew

Kim Corrigan-Oliver, November 4, 2014

There is something about a cool fall night, and a warm delicious stew…the two just go together perfectly. As a vegetarian family, I am always trying to come up with new and exciting meals for my family. Our meals are always made from scratch, with real food and usually get the two thumbs up from […]

LitterLESS…. Halloween?!?

Melissa, October 28, 2014

In my 194 days of LitterLESS Lunches I have ran into a stumbling block….aka Halloween. Even the ‘healthier’ options are all pre-packed (for some reasons that I do understand). This got me thinking of parties in the classrooms. While we are all working hard on keeping our lunches LitterLESS what about events like Halloween? I […]

Wean Idea-Tea Leaves

Melissa, October 15, 2014

Keep your tea leaves as fresh as the day you bought them. Even better, bring them to the store and have them fill your containers directly to avoid the wasteful packaging they come in!

The Great Canadian GIVEAWAY!

Melissa, October 8, 2014

  In celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving we have put together The Great Canadian Giveaway – prizes from some of our fav Canadian Companies! How to enter:  Post a picture or share a story about how your family acts like Canadians! Some examples include pouring maple syrup on anything, wearing toques anytime of year and living […]

Preserving Nutrients in Fruits & Vegetables

Melissa, September 18, 2014

As you discover the benefits of making your babies food in your own kitchen you need to be aware of how to best keep the nutrients locked into those fruits and veggies. While my mother, her mother, her mother’s mother (you get the picture) have always told me to boil all my fruits and veggies […]

Dirty Dozen

Melissa, September 16, 2014

The Dirty Dozen (no we are not convicts but these foods are!)  Sometimes purchasing organic foods is not available for certain foods at certain times.  If you choose to purchase ‘regular’ foods instead of ‘organic’ beware of the dirty dozen! The dirty dozen list is a list of the highest pesticide residues in produce.  It […]

Get SET! Weelicious CONTEST

Melissa, September 3, 2014

    Back 2 School means packing lunches. We have lots of EMPTY containers and weelicious gives us yummy recipes to FILL them.  Be SET for litterless lunches this year! ENTER CONTEST HERE!  

Eco Friendly School Supplies

Melissa, August 20, 2014

The most eco friendly school supplies you can send your child to school with this year? Their school supplies from last year! If they have completely destroyed that opportunity (as mine have) make sure you are aware of what evil chemicals can lurk in the school supplies you send. Here are some awesome back 2 […]

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