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Pregnancy is exciting and scary at the same time. There is so much to do, and there are so many decisions to make. So, are you REALly ready for a baby?

Are You REALly Ready for a Baby?

Pregnancy is exciting and scary at the same time. There is so much to do, and there are so many decisions to make. So, are you REALly ready for a baby?

Pregnancy is exciting and scary at the same time. There is so much to do, and there are so many decisions to make. So, are you REALly ready for a baby?

I knew nothing about real food and natural living when I got pregnant with my first child. And there was nothing natural about the process of fertility treatments with no explanation why my body wasn’t working.

Fast forward a few years (and more treatments and another child) to when I got pregnant naturally with my third. I knew so much more. My lifestyle was so drastically different (like drinking raw milk and eating raw liver instead of being terrified of anything raw during pregnancy).

It was almost like for the first time I was REALly ready for a baby.

Pregnancy is exciting and scary at the same time. There is so much to do, and there are so many decisions to make. So, are you REALly ready for a baby?

What Was Missing?

As I look back on all three pregnancies there is one thing I wish I had had – a week-by-week guide based on a traditional way of living.

For all you mamas-to-be you are in luck! It does exist now!!

The Mama Natural Week-By-Week Guide To Pregnancy and Childbirth has everything you ever wanted to know – from what’s going on during the first two weeks (that you aren’t actually pregnant) to natural birthing options, placenta encapsulation and best stroller options. For real, it has everything!

Genevieve Howland (author and founder of mamanatural.com) has helpful tips on easing morning sickness naturally, what nutrients you and your baby need at different stages and the benefits of breastfeeding.

Pregnancy is exciting and scary at the same time. There is so much to do, and there are so many decisions to make. So, are you REALly ready for a baby?

Great Read

I’m a Type A person that wants to read every little detail about what’s going on during pregnancy. I sometimes wish there was a day-by-day or hour-by-hour handbook (seriously, I’d read it). So it’s been so fascinating (even when not pregnant!) to read this amazing resource.

In fact, it’s so cool I’ve caught my nine-year-old reading it!! I’m just careful about which parts she’s reading.

Pregnancy is exciting and scary at the same time. There is so much to do, and there are so many decisions to make. So, are you REALly ready for a baby?

Get Yourself Ready

If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or know someone else who is this book is a MUST! Grab a copy for yourself and one to give away.

Looking back on my baby shower there are really only a handful of things I needed – cloth diapers, a good baby carrier (love my BabyHawk!), a bouncy seat…and a pregnancy guide that showed me how to do things the REAL way.

Are you REALly ready for a baby? That’s kind of a loaded question – nobody is really. But whether you feel ready or not, the Mama Natural Week-By-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth is for you!

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Broth For Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs

Broth For Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs | Homemade Dutch Apple PieBy now I’m sure you’ve heard about the benefits of bone broth.  It is great for healing the gut, for boosting the immune system and for adding essential vitamins and minerals to the diet.  It is important to consume broth every day.

But what if you don’t like soup?  Or maybe you just can’t stomach plain broth?  There are many recipes that incorporate broth.  I have a lot of delicious ones on my site, like sloppy joes, sweet and sour meatballs, beef stroganoff and stir fry.

Those are great lunch and dinner options  But I personally like to start my day with broth.  I love getting a nutritional boost right away.  Plus I think it’s important to eat a big breakfast to really fuel your body.

I do eat soup most mornings.  It’s easy.  I just use whatever broth and leftover meat and vegetables I have on hand.  But I know not everyone can stomach the idea of soup for breakfast.Broth For Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs | Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

So I’ve come up with some easy ways to get broth into your breakfast.  You won’t even know you’re eating it!

One way to easily eat broth for breakfast is in your scrambled eggs.  I came up with this version of eggs for my son who is allergic to dairy.  I couldn’t use raw milk in his scrambled eggs.  But milk alternatives can give a strange flavor.  So I started using broth.  It works so well!

Skip the milk.  Add some broth to your eggs and cook them as usual.  It gives the eggs a great flavor!  Plus you’re getting a nutritional boost.  The combination of broth and eggs is a power packed breakfast.  Add a piece of toast with homemade jam and you’ve got a complete meal to really fuel you for the day.

Do you start your day with broth?  It just got a little easier.Broth For Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs | Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

Broth For Breakfast Series: Scrambled Eggs
Serves 2
Scrambled eggs cooked in broth.
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Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup broth
  2. 3 eggs
  3. sea salt and pepper to taste
  4. 2 Tbsp. coconut oil, butter, lard or bacon grease
Instructions
  1. Heat the broth and oil in a small skillet.
  2. Once the broth starts to simmer add the eggs and seasoning.
  3. Stir the eggs to break the yolks and cook as you would regular scrambled eggs.
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Simple Smoothie Series: True Blue-Berry

Simple Smoothie Series: True Blue-Berry || Homemade Dutch Apple PieToday I’ve got a smoothie that is sure to please everyone.  Who doesn’t love blueberries?!

This true blue-berry smoothie gives a double shot of flavor with both whole blueberries and blueberry juice.

A blueberry smoothie is great for really little ones because you can leave out the sweetener and it still has a lot of flavor.  Just be careful how you serve it so it doesn’t get on everything!

If you or your kids are adventurous you can also add a few pieces of roasted beets.  A little goes a long way in terms of changing the flavor.  But it also adds a lot of nutrition.  If you don’t tell your kids it’s in there they might not know.  It won’t change the color.

You can also easily add elderberry syrup to a blueberry smoothie for extra immune system support.

If you are dairy free you can leave out the yogurt and add a bit of powdered probiotics instead.  The smoothie will taste great without the yogurt.  Or you can add some coconut milk for texture.

Every summer we load up on fresh Michigan blueberries while they are in season and freeze them.  Then all winter long we can have delicious smoothies like this, knowing we’re using fruit from the peak of freshness.

If you do not have a blueberry stash in your freezer you can get frozen organic blueberries at the store.  They are a better option than any fresh berries you find in the winter since it is not blueberry season.

Blueberries are my favorite fruit…and a blueberry smoothie is my favorite flavor.  What’s yours?Simple Smoothie Series: True Blue-Berry || Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

Simple Smoothie Series: True Blue-Berry
Serves 2
A healthy smoothie bursting with blueberry flavor.
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Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen)
  2. 1/4 cup pure blueberry juice
  3. 1/2 cup plain whole milk yogurt or coconut milk yogurt
  4. 2 egg yolks
  5. 2 Tbsp. honey
  6. 1/4 tsp. sea salt
  7. 1 Tbsp. roasted beet (optional)
  8. 2 Tbsp. elderberry syrup (optional)
Instructions
  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator or freezer.
Notes
  1. To make this into popsicles simply pour the smoothie into popsicle molds and freeze until solid.
  2. If you serving the smoothie to a child under one year of age leave out the honey.
  3. You can omit the egg yolks if you are allergic to eggs.
  4. The yogurt can be left out or replaced with coconut milk yogurt or coconut milk to make this dairy free.
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Meal Plans Week of 8-10-14

Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 8-10-14 || Homemade Dutch Apple PieWelcome to another week of summer!  Are you enjoying your last few weeks of August before fall madness begins?  I’m trying to enjoy my last one week!  It just dawned on me the other day that (Lord willing) this is my last “normal” week before baby arrives.

That means this is the week to finish odds and ends.  This is the week to really bump up nutrition and make sure I’m getting plenty of probiotics and broth.  This is the week to spend as much time with my kiddos as I can.

There is still a lot to be done in the kitchen.  This is prime preserving season.  I think I’ll have to skip canning peaches this year.  At least I still have quite a few jars from last year.  And I’ll still do a little baking with them this week.  Maybe I’ll get in one round of corn freezing this week.  We’ve still got zucchini from our garden to use up.  I think we are done with blueberries and beans at least.

If you missed last week’s recipes there were some delicious treats!  Check out the blueberry cake, chocolate zucchini scones and sweet cherry coconut milk ice cream.  There are more fun recipes coming this week.  Be sure to check back so you don’t miss them.

Here is our menu for the week.  I’m trying not to bombard myself with kitchen projects.  But somehow that always happens.  Hopefully I can keep up.  What’s on your menu?Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 8-10-14 || Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

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Sunday
L – grilled cheese, broccoli, chips
D – cp pork roast, carrots, potatoes
*make fruit snacks, make chocolate sauce, make mayo, make coconut milk ice cream

Monday
D – mac ‘n’ cheese, sauteed zucchini, fruit baked chicken, beans, fries
*make gf bread, make graham crackers, soak beans

Tuesday
D – pork and bean soup, zucchini cake
*skim cream, make zucchini cake, make mayo

Wednesday
D – zucchini salmon cakes, roasted cauliflower, corn on the cob
*make ice cream, freeze zucchini

Thursday
D – hot taco rice, beans, fruit
*make peach plum cobbler, clean

Friday
D – pancakes, bacon, broccoli, peaches
*clean

Saturday
D – grilled burgers, grilled corn on the cob, chips
*make fruit snacks, clean, make graham crackers

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Meal Plans Week of 8-3-14

Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 8-3-14 || Homemade Dutch Apple PieIt’s August!!!  I feel like I’ve been waiting for August for a long time.  Today is 37 weeks.  That means 18 days to go!  Even this close to meeting my little miracle it seems surreal.

Our weekend was filled with blueberries.  We had fun blueberry picking as a family.  Most of them are in the freezer already.  But some will be used for baking projects this week.  And lots of fresh eating of course.  Blueberries are my favorite fruit.  So this is always a great time of year.

I’m thankful that our week won’t be too busy.  I’m looking forward to getting a few more things done around the house and spending lots of time with my kids.

If you missed the new recipes last week be sure to check them out – cherry jam, classic vanilla ice cream and gluten free dairy free double strawberry shortcake.  Be on the lookout for more fun recipes this week!

Last week I attempted to create a gluten free bread recipe four times…and failed.  I think I’ll give it one more go today.  Then I’ll have to take a break from bread baking.  We’ll see how this one turns out.  Even if it doesn’t work now I’ll figure it out someday…when I have more time.

 Here is our menu for the week.  I’m trying to keep the meals simple so I have the time and energy to keep up with baking and preserving all of the fresh produce.  What’s on your menu this week?  What are you doing in the kitchen?Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 8-3-14 || Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

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Sunday
L – cp applesauce chicken, carrots, rice
D – zucchini pizza bites
*make gf bread, make blueberry bread pudding, make soaked pie crust

Monday
D – sloppy joes, broccoli, fried potatoes
*make blueberry pie

Tuesday
D – squash soup, blueberry scones
*make blueberry scones, skim cream, soak flour, freeze blueberries

Wednesday
D – macaroni and cheese, beans, peaches cp roast chicken, baked potatoes
*make blueberry buckle, make ice cream, make crackers, soak flour, freeze beans, freeze blueberries, make broth

Thursday
D – egg muffins, peas, blueberries, toast OR chicken pesto pasta, peas
*make crackers, make chocolate zucchini muffins, strain/freeze broth

Friday
D – out to eat
*clean

Saturday
D -grilled brats, zucchini fries, baked potato wedges
*clean, make blueberry buckle

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Meal Plans Week of 7-27-14

Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 7-27-14 || Homemade Dutch Apple PieI’m almost there.  By the end of the week it will be August.  Baby is due in August.  That means it’s really getting close!!  We’re down to the last 3 1/2 weeks and all of the final preparations.

We had one final family outing to the beach yesterday.  Now I’m ready to stay put and start nesting.

I’m still trying to keep up with my kitchen work…and I’ve got lots of great recipes coming your way!   I might try to go blueberry picking later this week.  After that it will be time for blueberry projects.  We’re also in the process of freezing the beans from our garden.

My daughter has swimming lessons again all week.  I hope my swollen body can handle another week of sitting in a hot pool room.

If you missed any recipes from last week be sure to check them out!  I shared my recipes for zucchini salmon cakes, strawberry slushies and soaked gluten free cereal.  I just finished our batch of cereal this morning in my yogurt.  I hope I have time to make another before baby arrives.  It’s so good!

Amazingly we don’t have any afternoon outings this week.  What a nice treat.  But we’ll keep plenty busy.  Here is what’s on the menu.  What are you eating this week?

Allergen-Friendly Weekly menu 7-27-14 || Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

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Sunday
L – cp beef roast, vegetables
D – balogna sandwiches, watermelon, peas, chips, strawberry slush
*make/can salsa (two kinds), make df ice cream

Monday
D – spaghetti, broccoli
*make graham crackers

Tuesday
D – beef and vegetable stir fry over rice
*skim cream, make gf bread

Wednesday
D – sweet and sour meatballs, beans, mashed potatoes
*freeze beans, make ice cream, make pudding, make gf bread

Thursday
D – salmon cakes, peas, french fries
*clean, make gf bread

Friday
D – BLTs, broccoli, fruit
*clean

Saturday
D – out to eat
*freeze blueberries

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Meal Plans Week of 7-20-14

Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 7-20-14 - Homemade Dutch Apple PieJuly is over half way done!  Today I have reached 35 weeks.  That means less than five weeks to go (32 days to be exact).  Time sure is flying.

Even though things seem to be moving quickly I sure seem to be slowing down.  But I’m still doing my best to get the last few odds and ends done and keep up with things in the kitchen.  I have a pretty ambitious agenda this week.  I may end up scrapping half of it.  We’ll see how I’m feeling.

My daughter has swimming lessons all week.  So that will fill some of our time.  We also have a playdate to look forward to.

We are already done with cherry season in our house.  It always goes so quickly. I did manage to make two cherry pies last week (one “regular” and one gluten/dairy/rice free).  Now it’s time to start freezing beans!  Blueberries will be coming soon.  I might even try to can a batch of salsa this week since our pantry stash is almost gone.  Zucchini is starting as well.  I’m trying my best to keep up with the produce preservation.

If you missed any of last week’s posts be sure to check them out!  I shared my pre-baby house makeover, pectin-free strawberry jam and blueberry and cherry yogurt.  Plus don’t forget that there are a few days left to enter the coconut oil giveaway!

Here is what’s on the menu for the week.  I’m still trying to put whatever I can in the freezer.  Hopefully it will be enough to get us through the first few weeks after baby arrives.  What’s on your menu this week?beans

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Sunday
L – cp roast chicken legs, potatoes, carrots
D – misc. leftovers, chips w/ salsa and guacamole, fruit salad, milkshakes
*freeze beans, make gummies, make/freeze breakfast cookies, make/freeze coconut flour squash scones

Monday
D – 7 layer dinner (make double batch), fruit
*freeze casserole, make zucchini scones

Tuesday
D – pork chops and apples over quinoa, broccoli
*soak flour, make blueberry cake, skim cream

Wednesday
D – (keep warm) – cp chicken, lentil and vegetable soup, zucchini bread
*make ice cream, freeze soup, make zucchini bread

Thursday
D – (prep ahead) – cp salsa chicken, fruit
*make crackers

Friday
D – pancakes (make double batch), sausage, broccoli, fruit
*freeze pancakes

Saturday
D – grilled chicken burgers, green beans, roasted potatoes
*make/can salsa, soak flour

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Meal Plans Week of 7-13-14

Weekly Menu 7-13 - Homemade Dutch Apple PieI’m getting a late start to my menu posting today.  Our power was out most of the night.  It’s finally back and I’m getting on with my to-dos now.

Last week was insanely busy both at home and with all of our outings.  I’m sure this week will be busy as well.  But hopefully I don’t push myself too hard.  This is the only week I have to go blueberry picking.  I’m trying to decide if it fits in our schedule and if I’m physically up for it.

Yesterday was cherry picking day.  We got almost  40 lbs.  We’ve dealt with about half of them so far.  The other half will be today.

I’m still working on stocking my freezer for while I’m in the hospital and after I come home.  So I’m basing our meals around what I want in the freezer.  It’s hard to do that in combination with preserving fresh produce (hopefully we’ll stock up on blueberries this week and our beans are just getting started!) and making time for baking and new kitchen projects.

Today I am at 34 weeks.  Only 39 days to go!  That’s not much.  I better keep working.

If you missed it don’t forget to enter the coconut oil giveaway!!! 

Here is our menu for the week and all of my extra projects so far.  I’ll probably keep adding to the list.  What’s on your menu?

Weekly Menu 7-13 - Homemade Dutch Apple Pie 2

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Sunday
L – grill burgers, chips w/ dip, lettuce salads
D – cp ham roast, potatoes, carrots
*make suckers, freeze cherries, make cherry cobbler, make hot fudge

Monday
D – cp ham and pea soup, muffins
*freeze muffins, freeze soup, make/freeze granola bars, freeze cherries

Tuesday
D – chicken, broccoli and noodle casserole, fruit
*make/freeze breakfast cookies, freeze casserole

Wednesday
D – (prep ahead) – cp tomato soup, grilled cheese, muffins
*freeze soup, skim cream, make cherry ice cream

Thursday
D – chicken nuggets with honey mustard, peas, french fries
*make/freeze scones, make chicken broth

Friday
D – leftovers
*strain/freeze broth, make chicken broth, make cherry pie

Saturday
D – grilled salmon, chips w/ dip, grilled zucchini
*strain/freeze broth

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Meal Plans Week of 7-6-14

Allergen-Friendly Weekly Menu 7-6-14July is in full swing.  We had a fun holiday weekend.  But it sure was tiring.  It seems that my energy is dwindling by the day, so I’m trying to make the most of each day to get done what I can.  We’re definitely counting down now.  Forty six days to go!

This will be a very busy week.  I also have a lot to do in the kitchen.  I hope I can keep up.

We just defrosted our second freezer.  Hopefully today I can get it re-organized.  Then both freezers will be ready for stocking!  Cherries are in season here in Michigan.  If time allows we’ll go picking soon.  Before I know it blueberries and peaches will be ready. 

Aside from my kitchen work and running around I need to start making all of my pre-baby to-do lists.  I need to plan the menus for when I’m gone so my little guy can be easily fed by someone else.  I need to write down all of the last minute items so the house is set.  It seems like I keep thinking of one more thing to add to the list.

 Be sure to check back this week as I have a really delicious recipe and a giveaway!!   You don’t want to miss them.  And if you missed last week’s recipes I had TWO new ice creams – red, white and blue swirl and blueberry pie.

Here is our menu for the week.  I hope I can manage all of my extras.  I want the freezer stocked by the time baby comes.  What are you eating this week?

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Sunday
L – cp chicken meatloaf, potatoes, carrots
D – chicken and broccoli quinoa, fruit
*make fruit snacks, make/freeze granola

Monday
D – tacos (double batch of meat), applesauce
*make chicken broth, soak beans, soak flour, freeze taco meat, make fruit leather

Tuesday
D – squash, bean and sausage soup, soaked gf zucchini bread
*strain/freeze broth, make broth, make/freeze bread, soak beans, cook sausage, make/freeze egg casserole

Wednesday
D – (prep ahead) – crockpot chili (double batch), gf df corn muffins
*freeze chili, make/freeze muffins, skim cream, make brownies

Thursday
D – zucchini cakes (with salmon added), baked potatoes, peas
*make ice cream, render lard, make hot fudge

Friday
D – gf df zucchini waffles, sausage, broccoli, fruit salad
*make/freeze granola bars

Saturday – guests?
B – waffles, scrambled eggs, fruit
L – ?
D – ?
*make cherry pie

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Meal Plans Week of 6-29-14

weekly menu 6-29 Happy Independence week.  I really can’t believe we’re just a few days away from July already.  Somehow our summer “vacation” has become very busy.  Time seems to be flying by.  At least we’ve been making time for fun things like our trip to Michigan’s Adventure last week.

Thankfully this week isn’t too chaotic.  We are celebrating my niece’s second birthday.  We have to pick up milk from the farm.  We’ll do our usual trip to the library and farmer’s market and a few other little outings.  Of course we’ll be celebrating the 4th at the local parade and craft fair.

I haven’t decided yet it there are any special treats I’ll make for the 4th.  We’ve got some new ice cream in the freezer…check back tomorrow for the recipe!  And if you missed last week’s recipes be sure to check them out at as well – chocolate covered toffee and honeyed-dew.  Both would be great for a summer celebration!  Or there are some classics like red, white and blue parfaits, cheesecake, buster bars or holiday “Oreos.”

We mostly have things ready for baby.  The nursery is set.  I have bags packed.  All the clothes and diapers are washed.  I’m praying this little one keeps cooking for another 7 1/2 weeks.  But at least the house is ready for when he/she does arrive.  Now we just need a name!

About the only thing I don’t have ready is food.  Last week I got some baked goods in the freezer.  This week I’ll focus more on meals.  Hopefully each week I can get something in the freezer so I have a good stock of things to pull out after baby arrives.  I’ve got a maximum of 53 days left to get things prepared.

We got our last load of strawberries yesterday.  A lot of them are already in the freezer.  I made a batch of strawberry jam (recipe coming soon!) and strawberry blueberry jello.  I’m trying to decide what to do with the rest.  I might make strawberry shortcake.  I might make more dried strawberries of fruit leather as well.

 I have been keeping myself very busy lately with cooking, baking and cleaning.  My legs are not too happy about it.  We’ll see if I can make myself put my feet up more this week to help keep the swelling and pain from getting too bad.

Here is our menu for the week.  What are you eating?

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Sunday
L – (quick) – misc. leftovers
D – at birthday party

Monday
D – sloppy joes, chips, lettuce salads, fruit salad
*make 2 batches of graham crackers, make strawberry fruit leather or strawberry shortcake

Tuesday
D – cp roast chicken, baked potatoes, broccoli
*make broth, freeze chicken, make “cheese” crackers, soak lentils

Wednesday
D – (prep ahead) –  chicken, lentil and vegetable soup, muffins (family), out to eat (me)
*strain/freeze broth, bake/freeze muffins, skim cream, freeze soup

Thursday
D – hamburger corn bake, fruit
*make ice cream, freeze casserole

Friday
D – grilled brats and hot dogs, grilled zucchini, coleslaw

Saturday
B – pancakes, scrambled eggs, fruit
D – baked cod, caramelized brussels sprouts, fried potatoes
*freeze pancakes

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