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Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.

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  1. The recipe is specifically for the rice cooker. Search the website for “mac and cheese” I have tons of recipes!

  2. i dont have a rice cooker. Can I prepare the mac and cheese on the stovetop?

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  13. Just wanted to say honey under 12 months is because of BOTULISM not allergies!!!! This is very important to know because lots of people have no problem feeding allergins to their babies under 12 months. Their little guts, however, can not handle the botulism and can cause severe food poisoning!!!!

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  16. banana pancakes were a hit! first time i ever made pancakes from scratch! go me! Thanks!

  17. I found this in here – To win, all you have to do is tell me what your kids like to drink with dinner.

    Who do I tell this to?

    Thanks!

    Jennifer

  18. Hey Catherine, Those pesto shrimp look great, but I have a tough time finding quality, environmentally friendly shrimp. Where do you find your shrimp?

  19. I gave my 13 month old honey and she was okay, I don’t know about under 12 though. Anyway, these list are awesome. Great for lunchbox as well.

  20. You don’t give honey to children under 12 months not for allergy reasons, but for botulism reasons.
    Just wanted to add that because so many people say not to give allergens like nuts or dairy to little ones, but there are no food allergies in my family, so we did feed those kinds of food to my daughter before she was a year since the risk was low. Honey is a completely different story though. Babies shouldn’t have it because their immune systems aren’t developed enough to fight off a little bacteria in there that can cause botulism, and not an allergic reaction. 🙂

  21. Great ideas! I’m going to try the banana bites tomorrow morning for breakfast!

    We do smoothies a lot in our house, but I do add something else. My kids won’t touch vegetables, so I sneak pureed veggies in their smoothies- the fruit usually masks the veggie taste. I find that spinach goes really well with strawberries and raspberries, while squash or sweet potato goes well with bananas and oranges. It’s not the best way to eat your veggies, but it’s something!

    Naked Juice’s Green Machine is also a popular smoothie add-in, as long as I present it as “monster juice”. Boys…

  22. The reason we don’t give honey to children under 1 year is the risk of infant botulism, not allergies. However, infant botulism can be fatal, so obviously your advice is in the right direction.

    Incidentally, local honey can be a cure for seasonal allergies. But only for children over 1 🙂

  23. Pardon my limited abilities in the kitchen but can you tell me how I can make the Mac & Cheese in the oven… I don’t own a rice cooker 🙂

  24. When the kids know they’re going to get to make this with the babysitter, it makes walking out the door MUCH easier!

  25. Thanks for this! This is a great collection of quick things I’ll be able to give the toddler. 🙂

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