Saturday, July 17, 2010

Welcome Lilly!

Hi Paula,
Greetings from the USA!
 I would like to take a moment to congratulate you and your family on the birth of your little girl. Lilly is such a Cutie!



Not being a mother, I wouldn't be very helpful in giving advice 8~) but I have a wonderful recipe that will be great to have on hand when Lilly begins teething. My Mother made these for my little sister when she started and my big brother and I liked them so much we ate them with her.

Teether Bread Stix is from the sugar free toddlers recipe book
you decide how crunchy or soft you want these lightly flavored teething sticks to be!

You will need:
2 eggs
1/2 cup apple juice concentrate, thawed
1/2 cup apple sauce
1/2 cup mashed bananas
1/2 cup grated carrots
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 unbleached white four
3 teaspoons low sodium baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
Preheat oven to 350 degrees . Coat loaf pan pan with vegetable cooking spray. In a blender jar, combine eggs, apple juice concentrate, and oil. Mix on medium just to blend. Add apple sauce bananas and carrots; blend well. In a seperate bowl, combine flours baking powder, and baking soda. Pour in the wet mixture and mix until smooth. Pour into pan and bake about 1 hour, until firm to the touch. Cool completly. Remove from pan. Cut into 8 slices, then cut each slice into four 1-inch sticks. Lay the sticks on a baking sheet and bake on 150 degrees for 30 minutes (for soft bread like sticks) or 1 hour (for hard teething biscuits) store in airtight container.

Toddler rating: 9 out of 10 love it.
prep time: 15 minutes + baking time.
makes about 32 sticks

Hope you enjoy and Thanks for Stopping by! Have a great day!
Now please click here http://stampingandstitching.blogspot.com/ and check out what Heather from Ireland had in store for you! Just in case there is any breaks in the blog chain please go back to Deborah's blog for the links.

14 comments:

Heather Maria said...

Aww Hannah, adorable card! I always smile when I see that little bird. Love the beautiful colours and your colouring! The Teether Bread Stix sounds like a great recipe!

Jennifer said...

I remember those teething stix - great recipe! I love your card Hannah - it is so cute :)
Jenny F.

jintyoo7 said...

Great idea to leave the recipe. Your card is so very cute. Hope you are having fun Paula :o)

Nancy said...

What a sweet card...it's absolutely adorable. I love the recipe too, such a thoughtful and useful share!

Nancy said...

by the way, Hannah, I love the new blog design! very sweet just like you!

charli said...

cute card and great recipe!

Lin said...

Hannah, where have you been?? I've missed you - hope you're just out having a fun summer.
LOVE this adorable chickie card, and it was very sweet of you to share that recipe - so fun!

CupcakieHelen said...

Helly Hannah! oh my word what a cute card! and a great recipe too - you are a sweetheart!

scrappin.bari said...

Such a sweet baby congrats card, Hannah!

Lucille said...

Hi Hannah - Love your cute chickie card and the teether recipe is a wonderful gift for Paula and her family. TY :)

paula said...

Hi Hannah, I've missed you & love the new look of your blog :D. Thank you so much for the cards. Em especially loves her card, what a wonderful idea to use her photo like that. THe chickie card is gorgeous in real life! I will have to pop back here later & copy the reciepe. I might even get Em to eat some xoxoxoxoxo

Arlene said...

Adorable card, so full of fun and life. Love the look of your blog. Hugs, Arlene

Monika Reeck said...

such a cute chick Hannah...lovely card....I am forget which card I send to Paula and also I am out of the Blog Hop.... :( such a cute card Hannah...

Dotty Jo said...

Hi there Hannah, I am just back from two weeks in Greece so I'm late to the party but better late than never as they say! Love your sweet card, Jo x