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One of our favorite breakfast items are pancakes. If you ask Baby B what he wants to eat 9/10 times it's pancakes. I've been tweaking these chia oatmeal pancakes for months in an attempt to make a heartier, healthier pancake than my usual (affiliate link) Birch Benders Pancake Mix, which are super yummy but leave me hungry in a few hours.
The kids love them, especially with blueberries and they freeze well so I can make a big batch and reheat them for a quick breakfast.
Baby A woke up early from her nap one afternoon last week so I decided to take advantage of the one on one time to make some play dough. We take a toddler class once a week and the teacher makes the best play dough so we used her recipe. I decided to go with a St. Patrick's Day theme and made two batches. This play dough is so easy to make, the perfect consistency, and I know what is in it in case any of the dough makes its way to toddler mouths.
I've been having fun making the babies' plain yogurt more exciting. My favorite yogurt for them is Wallaby Organic Whole Milk Greek Yogurt but I also like Maple Hill Creamery Greek Yogurt. Baby A is not a huge fan of plain yogurt, and honestly, I can't blame her. The only way I eat plain yogurt is in a smoothie because I think it tastes like I'm eating sour cream.