Weekend Veggie Wraps

Meet our weekend veggie wrap. It was delicious and it was a hubby-inspired lunch from over the weekend. He suggested it, decided what he wanted in it and chopped up the veggies while I sauteed them and made the cream cheese spread. It was the first time we've cooked together in a really long time and it was so nice! 


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Weekend Veggie Wraps
by happyvballgirl (+ hubby) @ My Epicurean Adventures
http://www.myepicureanadventures.com/2016/02/weekend-veggie-wraps.html
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Ingredients:
4 large, soft flour tortilla wraps
1-2 Tbsp cooking oil
1 onion, chopped
1 red bell pepper, chopped
1 cup shredded carrots
1 cup mushrooms
1/2 cup tomatoes, diced
1 avocado, sliced
handful of baby spinach
4 oz (half a block) cream cheese
2 Tbsp Wickles Pickles Hoagie and Sub Relish or any other zesty relish you prefer
1 Tbsp diced pickled jalapenos (optional)

Directions:
  1. Heat skillet, add cooking oil (I use grapeseed) and saute onions, red pepper and carrots for about 5 minutes or until onions are translucent.
  2. Add mushrooms, tomatoes and spinach (optional) and saute for an additional 3-5 minutes.
  3. While veggies are cooking, in a medium sized bowl, mix cream cheese, relish and jalapenos thoroughly and set aside. *re spinach: saute them if you wish or use them raw instead in step 5. I personally prefer to have them raw as it add some fresh texture to the wrap.
  4. Lay out 4 tortillas and spread cream cheese mixture in the middle.
  5. (Optional) Lay out raw baby spinach on top of cream cheese spread.
  6. Evenly divide sauteed veggies across 4 tortillas.
  7. Top with avocado slices.
  8. Wrap up tightly, folding the 2 ends in first and then roll it up starting from the side closest to you.
  9. Serve immediately and enjoy!
Serves 4.



It was pretty easy to throw together and went down even easier. :)


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Lunch Box Fun 2015-16: Week #22

Well, I tried to keep last week's lunch box ideas more fun and interesting than the last one and I think I did a decent job of it. :) Each of these lunches took about 10 mins or so to make. Some a little more, some a little less but quick and easy for the most part. 'Cause that's what I like - quick and easy. :)

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1. The first lunch of the week actually took place on a Tuesday because we had a snow day here in NC. Actually, it was more like a freezing rain day with some slush. We still got to go out and have a quick "slush ball fight", though! Little Sis requested her week to start off with her favorite pasta, bacon and parmesan cheese with butter. She also got some strawberreis, carrots with ranch, a little beef jerky for added protein, cheese puffs and some Dove chocolates. :)

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2. Here's that bagel and cream cheese sandwich rearing it's much requested head! Served with cantaloupe (using a our new Pick Ease toothpicks that were sent to us to try), Pringles Sour cream chips, carrots and sugar snap peas, cheese and crackers and a nut-free heart cookie that Little Sis's friend brought it to celebrate her birthday. She was so grateful that her friend had thought of her by bringing in nut-free treat.

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3. Meatball sub for mama! Yup, this one is mine. Packed myself a lunch on a day I was out running errands over lunch time. In an effort to save a little money and eat healthier, I decided to pack myself a meatball sub sandwich on a hot dog bun using some leftover meatballs from a huge batch I had made using my Slow Cooker Meatballs recipe with Ragu Sauce. They were DELICIOUS along with grape tomatoes, carrots and sugar snap peas, which provided the perfect crunch!

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4. Mini pizzas, kiwi, grape tomatoes, cheese puffs and a protein bar.

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 5. Pizza lunchables on whole wheat english muffin with shredded mozzarella, Ragu sauce, mushrooms, strawberries, carrots & sugar snap peas with ranch, a handful of doritos and some popcorn. I was told that I needed to pack more food. :)

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Healthier Post-Game Team Snack Ideas (Nut-Free!)

When Big Sis first started playing competitive soccer a few years ago and then Little Sis quickly followed suit, one of the most exciting things about it was that we longer had to deal with post-game team snacks. Haha!! Never mind how much it cost to play on these competitive teams or that it turned me into the soccer mom that I had vowed never to be before having kids or even the 6-7 practices plus 2-4 games each a weekend, we were just happy WE NO LONGER HAD TO DEAL WITH TEAM SNACKS! YAY!! And, ok, they look pretty cool in their fancy uniforms. :)


I've never been a huge fan of team snacks. "Snacks" in general, had become a bad word in my book thanks to Big Sis who has always been one of those kids that asks, "Can I have a snack?" 2 minutes after *barely* finishing an hour-long ordeal meal. Add in the few tears that were shed early on over the snacks they couldn't to eat due to their peanut/tree-nut allergies and thus my disdain for them grew. Yet, I know it's become a part of what so many kids enjoy about "game day", so instead of fighting it, I tried to meet 'em in the middle by looking for healthier options. But there have been plenty of times when I just gave in completely. lol.

Now that my girls have both picked up a new rec sport to play (basketball), we have entered the post-game snack world once more...

Little Sis's very first tip-off ever. Because she was the tallest on her team. And the other team too. 

Big Sis & her use of speed & aggression in b'ball. Wish she'd use it more in soccer!

I thought it would be fun to put together this post about some healthier nut-free snack ideas. I probably should've done this years ago, as a guide for myself and friends/fellow team parents who've asked, but oh well, better late than never, right? :) It's not a comprehensive list by any means, just a compilation of nut-free snacks we've brought to games throughout the years. Some, I saw other parents bring and just thought they were really good ideas! Most of these you can find in grocery stores and stores like Target, Walmart, BJ's Warehouse, etc. but I included Amazon affiliate links so you could see the products as well as order them from the comfort of your computer, if you're lazy like me. And I'll admit, I won't mind earning a little extra change should you decide to be lazy like me. :)

Please take note that while I've found these snacks to be safe for my girls (one is very allergic to peanuts and the other to tree nuts), they may not be for other kids who may be even more sensitive. Also, these snacks aren't necessarily free of other allergens such as dairy, egg, gluten, soy, etc. So if you're concerned and in doubt, just ask the parents and remember to definitely bring the packaging so parents can decide for themselves.

One last thing to note before the list... though my tree-hugging side hates to say it, I've found that pre-packaged snacks are the best way to go for game day snacks. They're easier to hand out (especially if your kids love doling them out like mine do) and easier to read the ingredients for those dealing with food allergies. As much as I love those homemade treats, it's nearly impossible for a parent of kids with food allergies to trust that they'd be "safe".

Now on with the list...


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Snacks - "Crunchy"
  1. Annie's Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies as well as Goldfish and Cheez-Its are always a hit
  2. Sensible Portions' Veggie Straws. I quite often find these very light, airy and very crunchy snacks irresistible! 
  3. Smartfood's White Cheddar Cheese Popcorn: These may be a little messy on the fingers but they sure are always a hit!
  4. Pretzels: Snack Factory's Pretzel Crisps: The girls love the Snack Factory's Pretzel Crisps (flat pretzels) paired with a fine cheese stick. ;) Snyders, Utz and Rold Golds pretzels are all safe snacks for peanut/tree nut allergies, too.
  5. Pirate's Booty: Cheesy poofs! Gluten-free too. Baked, not fried. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
  6. Frito Lays Baked Chip Varieties: Sometimes the girls just want chips. These aren't so horrible. :)
  7. Cascadian Farm Granola Bars (Chocolate Chip or Vanilla Chip): One of the only granola bars I've found that are safe for my girls. And they're organic!
  8. Clif KidZ Protein Bars (In Chocolate Chip or Chocolate Mint varieties): One of the only protein bars that my girls can eat safely. They are made with wholesome ingredients, are mostly orgranic and non-GMO, to boot!
  9. Individually packaged Pringles, though not considered "healthy", are always a hit, especially the sour cream ones. Kids have literally cried because we ran out of the sour cream one first. Too bad they don't sell just packs of those!
    
   

Snacks - Dairy
  1. Cheese sticks: My girls love pairing these and the next 2 cheeses with Pretzel Crisps
  2. Laughing Cow Cheese: I love these too and can easily down 2 or 3 in one sitting, though I try really hard to just stick to one wedge.
  3. Mini Babybel Cheese Wheels : Not only are they yummy, kids certainly have fun opening the wax casing, too.
  4. Squeezable Yogurts: Like Gogurts, YoSqueeze and plenty of other brands with no artificial flavors, colors, high fructose syrup and some even organic. Fun frozen, too!
  5. Smoothie drinks: Like Danimals in their cute little mini bottles. The perfect portion for kids, if you ask me.
Snacks - Fruity
  1. Freeze Dried Fruits like Brother's All-Natural which are non-GMO. Kids always seemed to be very intrigued by these, especially when you call them "astronaut fruit"! 
  2. Applesauce Pouches like GoGo Squeez. No spoons necessary!
  3. All-natural fruit snacks, fruit leathers, fruit straws, etc, like Annie's Homegrown Fruit snacks or Simply Balanced brands from Target. Who doesn't love a good fruit snack?
   

Snacks - Fruits & Veggies... In case you actually have kids that would enjoy these (unlike one of mine)
  1. Apples: small whole or pre-packaged slices
  2. Oranges: of the tangerine or Cutie variety
  3. Bananas: ooh ah ah ah!
  4. Pre-packaged single serving size veggies: Like carrots or sugar snap peas. Sure, why not?
Treats (if you must, lol.) Of course these won't necessarily be healthy, not even health-ier, but these particular brands are at least nut-free!
  1. Maplehurst Bakeries' Nut-free Cupcakes are usually found in your grocer's bakery and/or bakery freezer case. We pretty much have to avoid any grocery store bakery section cupcakes/baked goods because they just can't guarantee cross-contamination, but if you look carefully at some of the pre-packaged baked goods, you will run into the "nut-free" label. This is one particular brand that we go to quite often.
  2. Skeeter Snacks Nut-Free Chocolate Chip cookies. My girls actually like the taste of these nut-safe cookies, unlike some of the other ones.
  3. Annie's Bunny Grahams. Big Sis and I have a difference of opinion on these. I classify them as a treat, she says their not really a treat because they aren't that sweet. I'm still putting it in the treat section. lol.
  4. These pre-packaged variety of cookies have been safely consumed by my girls: Oreos, Chips Ahoy (Original), Fudge Stripes just to name a few.
Drinks
  1. Back to Nature Juice Pouches: They have a whopping 19 grams of sugar per pouch but my girls love the taste of this fruit punch (as do I), more so than any of the other all-natural/organic brands out there. These aren't organic but contain NO artificial preservatives, flavors, colors or high fructose corn syrup. Plus they are non-GMO.
  2. Honest Kids' Organic Juice Pouches: My girls aren't huge fan of these as they only have 9 gram of sugar per pouch, (punks!), but I've seen other kids chug this stuff so it can't be that bad! I just wish mine would!
  3. Horizon Milk Cartons, White or Chocolate: "Many nutritionists say that chocolate milk is one of the best post-workout recovery drinks." I lifted this quote out of my cookbook: The Best Homemade Kids' Lunches on the Planet by Laura Fuentes. There's a killer homemade chocolate syrup recipe in it for making chocolate milk. Big Sis wholeheartedly agrees with Laura and throws it in my face when I sometimes just feel like saying no. haha. 
  4. Vita Coco Kids Juice Pouches: Another low in sugar drink at 8 grams. I saw my girls drink this at a party once and they said they liked it! Need to test them out some more. :)
  5. Mini containers of water? I've seen these go over just fine before. The cute little bottles probably helped. lol.
    

So there it is! Did I miss anything? Do you have any more healthier nut-free post game snack ideas? If so, please leave a comment and I just may add 'em to this post!

For more information on food allergies, but sure to visit: FARE - Food Allergy Research & Education.


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Lunch Box Fun 2015-16: Weeks #19-21

These lunches were made back in January, right after the holidays and just before they were getting ready to track out. As you can see, I was ready for a break (because the holidays, though they were fun, were not a break - lol) and just doing what I needed to get by. Well, these lunches were at least what the girls requested and took less than 10 minutes to throw together in the mornings. I don't quite remember why the were so few, because we did have a solid 3 weeks of school, but either I didn't have time to take pix in the morning, lighting was poor in the mornings (it did rain a lot during this time!) and/or I was just being lazy. haha. My guess it was just much of the same... bagels, pizzas, sandwiches. Yaaaaawwwwwwn. (omg. I just made myself yawn for real!)

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Here's what they did get:

1. Little Bambino Frozen Pizza from Trader Joe's with popcorn, pretzel crisps, a cheese stick and orange and a rolo pretzel that Auntie Cat made us.

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We are a family of four living in about a 2800 square feet which really should be more than enough space, but I find myself constantly trying to sqqquuueeeeeeeze more out of it. I admit, much of the blame is my propensity for "stuff", specifically craft stuff and kitchen stuff, yet, I long for organization and space. Well, I am working hard to live a more clutter-free life. Buy less. Get rid of more. Repeat. But some clutter is hard to avoid when you have kids who go school and participate in a variety of activities and just plain exist. lol.

One major source of clutter has been our large kitchen island. No surprise, it is a holder of all sorts of misc junk ranging from the daily mail, school papers, wallets, keys, chapsticks, just to name a few. You clean it up one day and it magically reappears the next day. Something neeeded to change.

I'd also been wanting to streamline our comings and goings for a while. Too often we'd be scrambling to find things like hats, gloves, sunglasses, keys, wallets, chargers, etc as we are heading out the door, often late. It was time to brainstorm storage ideas for our hallway. We had already put a bench there for ease of shoe putting on as we are a "no shoes inside household" which holds a minimal number of shoes and the girls' "fashionista scarves". lol.

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Slow Cooker Meatballs

Thank you to Ragu for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me pass on my family traditions.
Spaghetti has always held a special place in my heart. Even though my family is 100% Korean, growing up, my mom made a mean spaghetti sauce and my dad made some delicious homemade pasta. We still have a good laugh when we think about my full-blooded Italian childhood friend who told my mom that her spaghetti was better than any she had ever had. :)

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Well, today, times can be crazy busy and there isn't always time for homemade sauce or pasta. That's why it's nice to be able to turn to Ragu, who's variety of sauces are #SimmeredInTradition with no artificial colors, flavors or high fructose corn syrup and affordable prices. Read all about their story: a tradition that began in 1937 with Assunta.

My girls, especially Little Sis, just love pasta, too. But alas, their idea of delicious pasta is plain with butter and some Parmesan cheese sprinkled on top. lol. and grrrrooooan... lots of carbs with very little protein. That's why every chance I get, I try to throw in some more UMPHF into their pasta meals. One of our favorite ways to do that is throwing meatballs in the mix. Everyone loves meatballs!! When time is short, frozen ones are thrown in some Ragu sauce, but when I have a little more time, I like to make my meatballs from scratch. Like these!

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Slow Cooker Meatballs
by happyvballgirl @ My Epicurean Adventures
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
Sauce and Pasta:
2 jars (24 oz each) of Ragu Spaghetti Sauce
1 lb pasta of choice
4 large fresh basil leaves, to garnish

Meatballs
1 lb ground pork
1 lb lean ground beef
2 large eggs
1 cup Italian seasoned bread crumbs
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese, plus more to serve
2 Tbsp Italian Seasoning
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp Kosher Salt
1/4 tsp black pepper

Directions:

1. In a large bowl combine all the ingredients for the meatball and mix well. Using hands or large spoons, form meatballs, about 2 inches in diameter. Makes about 24 large meatballs.
2. (rev: 2/23/16) Wanted to add that you can either brown the meatballs in a pan with some cooking oil at this point or just skip it and go to the next step. I'm super lazy and just put raw meatballs straight into the crock pot. :) The end result will be a very moist, more tender meatball. But to each his/her own! :)
3. Pour 1 jar of sauce into slow cooker, place all the meatballs in sauce and then top with 2nd jar of sauce, making sure all the meatballs are covered.
4. Put the lid on the slow cooker and cook until meatballs are cooked throughout, 4 hours on HIGH or 8 hours on LOW, or until meatballs are cooked throughout. Leave slow cooker on Warm until ready to eat.
5. Cook pasta of choice per package directions and drain.
6. Serve pasta topped with meatballs and sauce, along with Parmesan cheese and chopped fresh basil.

Serves 4-6.

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It's fun to pass down tradition, especially when you have a Little Sis who just loves to help in the kitchen, making pasta and eating it, too! I guess sometimes you just have to make time for homemade pasta. :) What traditions are you handing down?

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Here's another one I hope to hand down: wholesome and fun lunches for my girls. Or at least they can hopefully look back on their school lunches one day with fond memories. :) Ragu spaghetti sauce can also double as pizza sauce in these make-your-own-pizza lunchables!

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Lastly, got leftovers? Try them on a hot dog bun. They make the perfect sized meatball size for this mama's lunch! Can't decide which way I liked it better. Hmmmm....

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Be sure to visit Ragu to check out their story, their sauces and their recipes. With so many sauces to offer, which one would you love to try? I would love to hear from you!

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Big Sis' 12th Bday and her Girl Scout Cookie Oven


Happy birthday to my sweet Big Sis who turned 12 on Sunday. She's smart, she's sporty, she's artsy, she's sweet with equal parts sassy, which isn't necessarily a good thing. lol. She will argue any point she doesn't like into ground until you just wanna give scream but can be the sweetest, most tender-hearted little thing ever. She started the day off with her breakfast of choice (chocolate chip pancakes and grits - sorry I made them too milky, though!) and went to church with Nana. Church is something she's been really wanting to start going to but something we've been meaning to do, but just hadn't made the time for yet - (bad us!) and thank you Nana!


She played a basketball game against one of her BFF's team (her team won but barely - it teetered back and forth the whole time)...
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.... went to a magic show at DPAC followed up by an impromptu dinner w/ good friends who also just had a bday 2 days before. Nice photo bomb, Little Sis...


... and went home for the best damn homemade yellow cake I've ever made (stay tuned for the post)!! ... and she finally ended her busy day with a Girl Scout Cookie Oven. Pretty good day in her book. Can't believe that this little thing is 12 already.


Big Sis didn't ask for a ton for her birthday...


but the things she did want pretty much left us with only one option: the Girl Scout Cookie Oven. Grroooaan - I cringe at the thought of those things even though I desperately wanted one as a kid myself. She wasn't gonna get a motorized scooter (you got legs for that girl), a mini fridge in her room (wth? LOL!!) and iPhone 5 (yeah, not happening). Not wanting to load her up with gift cards to places I really don't like going to, the default choice was the oven. Note: she originally wanted the Easy Bake Ultimate Oven where you can at least bake a variety of foods, not just cookies, but every last food packet they sell for that may contain peanuts and tree nuts! BOO ON YOU HASBRO! You just lost out on our money! At least there was another nut-safe option out there although it ONLY bakes cookies. Note: they do sell a couple peanut butter cookie varieties, but the peanut butter is only added during the baking process by the lucky owner of this oven, therefore, the packets do not contain peanuts. This was a huge relief to Little Sis who is allergic to peanuts.

I was also a bit weary about the oven because this girl has zero desire to help cook/bake with me in our kitchen (unlike Little Sis who is the opposite!), so what's the intrigue about this silly toy that only makes treats out non-wholesome ingredients that will inevitably just end up sitting around?!?! Oh yeah, treats. lol. Well, it's her birthday and who knows...

Well, when she opened it up, she was thrilled beyond thrilled and leapt out of her chair to dole out hugs. Ok, we'll take that!

After much pestering, we got a batch of Thin Mints going the next morning (NOT the night before at 9pm at night!), but I didn't have much time before I had to leave and we only got through the cookie baking part. I told her she had to wait until I got back home to do the frosting part. But when I returned, she greeted me with this adorable, excited, sweet, happy face (Little Sis had one as well) and my heart just melted.


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She and her Little Sis had followed the directions and finished them off all on their own while Daddy was working from home upstairs. I no longer cringed at the thought of owning one. And the cookies were actually pretty tasty, and dare we say, better than the real thing?! ...at least in our humble opinion. Who woulda thunk it? At an average cost of $10 a pop so far for a 1.5" cookie, they'd BETTER TASTE good! lol!

Maybe buying her this cringe-worthy toy wasn't such a bad idea. Hey, maybe it will foster a love of cooking, or at least baking! One can only hope! :)

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