September 19th Foto Friday

It has been another fun and full week at Beanster’s Bytes. Catch up on any blogs you may have missed: Video: Birthday Party Activities for Toddlers! DIY! Cheap & Easy Shrimp, Sausage, and Veggie One Pan Dinner! Toddler Friendly! Birthday Treats – Paleo Almond Coconut Treats! Now catch up on what we did when we […]

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Shrimp, Sausage, and Veggie One Pan Dinner. Toddler-Friendly!

Around Beanster’s Bytes, we have been gearing up for Lily’s 3rd birthday, which means lots of prep and not a lot of time for anything else. This can lead to throwing together a dinner or ordering out. I got you covered with this quick, one pan, and yummy dinner I found on the Paleo Newbie […]

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Avoiding the Birthday Party Sugar Crash! For Toddlers and Adults!

Many parents and guardians worry about giving their kids too much sugar for fear of crazy hyperness followed by a sugar crash, which can lead to one cranky toddler. It doesn’t make too many adults very fun either. Fear not, there are ways to navigate a party without becoming the main event. Is Sugar Related […]

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September 5th Foto Friday

As another busy week comes to a close, here is a highlights of the Beanster’s Bytes: Happy Labor Day! Creative Birthday Invites! DIY Food of the Month: Zucchini Paleo Chicken Zoodle Stir Fry With some many wonderful blogs this week, you may be wondering how we squeezed in any fun, but we did! Check out […]

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Food of the Month: Zucchini

One of my favorite veggies is the zucchini because it is not only yummy but it versatile. Raw, baked, broiled, steamed, and can even be added to desserts! Zucchini is sometimes known by another name: Italian Squash. A member of the Cucurbita pepo (cucumber and melon) family and has origins in Central and South America. […]

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Foto Friday!

Another busy and fun week here at Beanster’s Bytes! On Monday, Crystal covered 50 Unique Birthday Ideas for your little ones. So many ideas, so little time! Tuesday’s video covered Tips for Teaching your Toddler their Colors, which had ideas for playground and at home! Wednesday, I talked about Milk, Milk, and More Milk, with […]

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Milk, Milk, and More Milk

Over the last few years the milk section of the grocery store has grown from a few to multiple selections. And with all the options it can be overwhelming to make one. Here is the lowdown on the most common milk types found in grocery stores.   Cow’s Milk: Cow’s milk comes from cows (obviously) […]

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Food of the Month: Spinach

In the warm summer months, making dinner can be a chore if turning on the stove is your only option. So having cool food options is a must, which is what lead me to the food of the month: Spinach!   Benefits: Spinach is part of the chenopod family (beets, chard, etc.), which is a […]

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Tips for Keeping Kids and Adults Hydrated!

For most of the country, it has been a summer full of sun and temperatures that can make anyone sweat. It doesn’t seem to matter where you are or if the heat is dry or humid… It’s hot! While the heat can make you and your family feel awful, there is one very simple solution: […]

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How to Select Frozen Breakfast Burritos from the Grocery Store

Originally, I had planned to review a frozen burrito and after Crystal and I both searched for a good candidate we came up short. So instead of reviewing one, I will give you some tips and tricks for selecting a breakfast burritos at the grocery store. It seems young and old love a good breakfast […]

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