March 5, 2012

What Are Healthy Moms Talking About?


Wow, how did it get to be March already? As we look ahead to spring, our conversations have turned from focusing on the indoors, cleaning up from winter and now looking forward to gardening, being outdoors and what to do with kids when the weather gets nicer. See what the Horizon Organics community leaders are talking about and be part of the conversation. Your insight and expertise are valuable and we’d all love to have you share.

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COMMENT TO WIN: Got Any Easy-Peasy Homemade Condiment Recipes?

I was in the middle of making my kids’ favorite chicken salad
recipe when I learned that we were ALL OUT of mayonnaise (oh the
HOR-RUH, I know)!
Of course, I didn’t have time to go out (okay, I was lazy, don’t
So, I searched the internet and found an easy-enough recipe (I
hoped) and … read more…

Are you going to miss Google Friend Connect?
I’m not sure I’ll miss it — I guess I’ll find out 🙂
Will you miss it?

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Cookie dough dip
Using pureed chic peas as the base – you’d never know that you
were eating beans in this recipe!

Can of Chic Peas
Brown Sugar
Nut oil (we used nutella as I have a peanut allergy)
dark chocolate

Here is the recipe so you can make your own.

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Do you shop at Aldi?
Do you shop at Aldi?  Since I went Gluten Free I have to
say that I am shopping there more and more.
I love to buy my produce at Aldi and I also love to price match
Aldi does not accept coupon but you can still get some good
deals there.  Check out this post on
how to shop at … read more…

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Disclosure: I am a compensated Horizon Healthy Families Community Leader at The Blog Frog. This post is provided as part of my role as a Community Leader. This post has not been reviewed by a third party and all opinions are my own. This conversation is written by me on behalf of Horizon. The opinions expressed by me do not necessarily reflect the view of the Horizon Organic brand. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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