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Tag Archive: recipes

Cotton Babies Cyber Cookie Swap
December 14, 2010 6:13 am | by

One of my favorite parts of the holidays are the delicious foods, especially the abundance of sweets. I especially like parties that involve sharing foods and gaining new recipes, like cookie swaps. We know with the wild weather last weekend some of you may be stuck indoors, so today we’re hosting a cyber cookie swap party! No need to leave the house to join our party. One of my favorite cookie recipes is one I have been making since I was old enough to stir. With four simple ingredients and easy enough for little hands to help with, it’s a

From Jenn: Favorite Drink Recipe from a Friend
December 2, 2010 1:58 pm | by

This is one of Jenn’s favorite drink recipes from her friend, Bekah, a Cotton Babies blogger. We’re sharing this recipe again and reposting it so you can find it easily when you need a little treat on a long day. Bookmark this page so you can enjoy peppermint mochas all winter long! I love a good peppermint mocha during the cold midwest winter months. However, if you’ve ever dared to investigate the fat and sugar (aka high fructose corn syrup) content of your favorite coffee restaurants, you likely found yourself feeling guilty and/or grossed out. This is why I have

Christmas Recipe Contest…and GIVEAWAY!
December 15, 2009 4:01 pm | by

Updated…we have our winner…thanks for the recipes! While you keep commenting on your favorite holiday traditions on this post (contest is open until Wednesday!), we are going to keep the giveaway fun going… We have Bumkins Super Bibs in Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch theme – way too cute! And even MORE Kicky Pants goodies. We are giving away 3 prizes with this one, so be sure to read the rules below! Here’s how to enter for today’s giveaways… Leave a comment on this post with these two things…1. Share you favorite Christmas/Holiday Recipe AND2. Tweet/Facebook a link to this contest

Mommy Cereal
November 5, 2008 11:49 am | by

One of my sons cannot eat foods that contain any form of corn, so we buy our cereal at Trader Joe’s on our way home from church every other weekend. The cheaper cereals sold there are made without corn syrup and tend to be priced the same as the cheap box cereals sold in our local grocery stores. Last weekend we ran out of cereal. I am six months pregnant with our third child and, for some reason, I really wanted cereal. The grocery stores close by don’t sell cereal that is safe for Andrew. Trader Joes is a 30

What’s so great about wool?
May 24, 2008 10:30 pm | by

There are all kinds of diaper covers out there to keep baby’s clothes dry and the diaper mess contained. Some are very inexpensive and some are not. For those just getting started, you might wonder why someone would choose to pay over $40 for one diaper cover that needs some special care. There actually is a very good reason. Because it is wool. There are many reasons for choosing wool. It is a natural fiber, renewable, breathable, and while the care of wool diaper covers is a little pickier than most other covers, the times it needs care and attention