My mother and grandparents are bringing the kids home from a long weekend in Daytona Beach where my family lives. I love cooking, but don’t get many visitors, so I made them agree to stay for dinner.
Now, the challenge isn’t the dinner, it’s that my husband is on what he calls a “Vegan-ish” diet. My grandfather is definitely not a part of this diet, so I like to make him a meaty dish, but I’d like it to be a healthy one.
Heat griddle to medium heat. Mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon. Whisk cashew milk, vanilla extract, vegetable oil, and unsweetened applesauce together. Add wet ingredients to dry until just combined. Spray griddle with oil. Pour .25 cups of battered onto griddle and cook until bubbles start to form in the batter. Flip and cook until heated through, about 1 to 2 minutes. Ready to serve.
How does a parent determine what is the appropriate amount of apple juice their kid is allowed to have in day? Or how late to let them sleep? Or how much TV they are allowed to watch? Should a parent just let their 5 year old eat anything they want, anytime, and let the kid go to bed whenever they choose? Or is a parent supposed to monitor their child’s nutritional intake by the mg and have a strict sleep schedule that is finely tuned to the minute?
I’ve been doing a lot of gardening around our new home. We have an insane amount of palm trees, hibiscus plants, and other random things the previous homeowner added to the property. This has led me onto the path of landscaping and gardening education.