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Have you tried Lundberg Family Farms Grounded Snacks Red Rice & Quinoa Tortilla Chips yet? If you haven't, you must! These chips are incredibly delicious and healthy.
We tried all 5 flavors and love them all, but of course there are always favorites. They are available in Cinnamon Sugar, Ancho Chile, French Onion, Aged White Cheddar, and Pink Himalayan Salt. I thought Ancho Chili would be spicy, but when I tried it, it was reminiscent of the best BBQ chips I have ever had with a little kick. They are amazing! Cinnamon Sugar comes in second for me. I love cinnamon sugar chips, but don't like getting the big sugar crystals all over when I eat them. No big sugar crystals here. They are very flavorful, but in a lighter way. You can taste the cinnamon sugar, but without all the mess.
Want to know more? Red Rice & Quinoa Tortilla Chips are USDA Certified Organic, whole grain, gluten free, allergen free, Non-GMO Project Verified, vegan, and kosher. And I love that Lundberg Family Farms is an independent family-owned company that is operated by third and fourth generation family members.
We also tried Lundberg Salted Caramel rice cakes which were the perfect snack on the way home from a fun all day family outing. I love the light sweet & salty flavor. And yes...that is a cast. This little trooper broke his arm about a week and a half ago on the monkey bars. He hasn't complained too much and will be out of the cast in about three weeks. It's amazing how quickly they bounce back at this age.
You can get these amazingly delicious Lundberg Farms Red Rice & Quinoa Tortilla Chips at amazon.com and Thrive Market as well as other supermarkets and natural food stores. To find a store near you, visit: lundberg.com/where-to-buy
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I have been giving our kids vitamins for several years. When the boys were younger, their pediatrician recommended giving them a multi-vitamin and we have ever since. I am a label reader, and yes I even read vitamin labels. I want to make sure I am giving my kids the best that I can.
Yummi Bears Organics is the first and only organic and GMO-free gummy vitamin for children with nothing artificial added. Yummi Bears features 16 essential nutrients for your child’s healthy growth and development. They also contain entirely natural strawberry, orange, and pineapple flavors. In addition, they are fruit pectin based, and free of gelatin, gluten, and dairy.
So what do the boys think of Yummi Bears Organic Vitamins? They love them and the best part is they ask for them everyday. I don't even have to remember.
I also tried Slice of Life Organics Adult Gummy Vitamin B12. I have never taken B12 vitamins before, but considering my exhausting schedule, I figured they could be beneficial. They contain B12, along with folic acid and B6, to support heart and circulatory health as well as energy metabolism. They contain all natural berry flavors and organic colors. Like Yummi Bears Organics they are fruit pectin based, and free of GMOs, gelatin, gluten, and dairy. These little vitamins are easy to take since they are delicious and you just eat them like gummy candy.
Want to try these vitamins for yourself? They are made by Hero Nutritionals and are available at Whole Foods Market, Sprouts Farmers Market, Ralphs, Kroger, Smart & Final, GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Jimbo’s, amazon.com, and costco.com. To learn more visit heronutritionals.com.
A little flashback Friday post to brighten your day:) Hope your weekend brings you some relaxation and fun and maybe even some really yummy Zucchini Chip Cupcakes.
I made these for the boys last week and snapped a few pics since I hated the old pictures in the post. I have debated if I should call these muffins or cupcakes and always go with cupcakes since they are so good. Honestly if these cupcakes were my birthday cake, I would be a very happy birthday girl. Always a favorite in our house, I hope you enjoy.
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This has to be the most requested meal in our home. The boys all say this is their favorite. Want to get your kids to eat more lettuce? Here you go...let me introduce you to lettuce wraps.
Lettuce wraps are these amazing little pockets of crisp light lettuce wrapped around savory meaty morsels of deliciousness. The flavors compliment each other so well.
Last year we bought a pig, as in an entire hog in our freezer. I wrote a little about it here. When I came home from the processor with our pig, I couldn't believe how much sausage we had. Actually, I was kind of overwhelmed at first at the thought of trying to use so much sausage. One can only eat so much sausage & gravy or fried sausage patties before growing tired of the same ole thing. So I started coming up with new ways to use ground sausage and this has by far been our favorite.
Get as creative as you like...try adding shredded carrots, cabbage, or even diced bamboo shoots. This recipe is really versatile so make it your own.
Asian Pork Sausage Lettuce Wraps
1 C. uncooked white rice
2 C. water
1 T. olive oil
1 ½ lb. ground pork sausage, mild
1 clove garlic, minced
½ sweet onion, diced
1 (8 oz.) can water chestnuts, drained and diced
A pinch up to ½ tsp. red pepper flakes, depending on how spicy you like it
3 T. oyster sauce
2 T. soy sauce
1 tsp. or more sesame oil
4 green onions, chopped (optional for garnish)
Romaine and/or Iceberg lettuce leaves
1. Combine rice and water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to low and simmer for 15 to 20 minutes until water is absorbed.
2. Heat a wok or large skillet to medium high heat. Drizzle about a T. of olive oil in the skillet. Cook the sausage, garlic, onion, water chestnuts and red pepper flakes until meat is browned.
3. Then add the cooked rice, oyster sauce, and soy sauce to heat through.
4. Remove from heat and add sesame oil and green onions stirring to combine. (Or garnish with green onions.)
I serve the pork mixture in a large bowl with a plate of pre-separated lettuce leaves. We love using both romaine and iceberg lettuce leaves for wraps. They both have a firm crunch and hold up well for filling.
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