Monday, October 9, 2017

The Vegan Chocolate Halloween Candy and Other Treats We are Giving Away

I have to have some chocolate in my vegan treats. We just went to a kids trick or treating event (I know, so early!!!) and it seemed like everything they gave out was vegan which was great but I want my chocolate! How am I supposed to score my Halloween candy if nobody gives my kids chocolate and with that - non-dairy chocolate I can eat!
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Friday, October 6, 2017

Vegan Wine Delivery from Winc

Winc is a direct-distribution wine company that personalizes the entire wine experience by pairing wines with your taste. They also have some really attractive labels at reasonable prices and clearly marked if they are vegan. My fellow vegans know how fantastic this is because most wine is not labeled whether it is vegan or not. In case you didn't know, wine may not be vegan because it could be processed with animal products somewhere along the way. Winc makes this SO easy for us to tell the difference!

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Things to do in Tucson With Kids & Bonus Vegan Restaurant List

Mission San Xavier del Bac 

Have you thought of visiting Tucson with kids? There are a lot of great attractions and accommodations to make the perfect family weekend getaway to free yourself with your family in the Southwest. With eco-friendly things like hiking, the Biosphere 2, cave, mission tours, and even a miniatures museum, there is more than enough indoor and outdoors for kids to do. We picked 8 of our favorite vegan-friendly adventures (so no zoos or aquariums or pony rides) to share with an added bonus list of vegan and plenty of vegan-friendly restaurants offering actual vegan options in Tucson. Check out 8 things to do in Tucson with kids...

Monday, October 2, 2017

Veg Out - Vegan Food in Kyoto

Veg Out is the only restaurant we visited twice in Kyoto. It is also one of the only vegan restaurants that I know of that serves breakfast. The restaurant is light and airy with live plants, natural decor, and a lovely view of the canal. It is near some of the nice temples so that you could easily plan on stopping here for lunch.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

3 Vegan Halloween Party Snacks for Kids

We LOVE cute food! I had some fun on Halloween last year, making THREE different cute, healthy snacks for my kids. I used whole wheat crackers and some homemade fresh basil hummus, olives, and carrots. These were really fun to make and the kids gobbled them up for an afterschool snack. Check out our latest #mycutefood!

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

DIY Disney 101 Dalmatians Puppy Halloween Costume

Last year for Halloween, we were living in Japan and we didn't think Trick or Treating was going to be an option. Since we were planning a Halloween Tokyo Disneyland trip I thought I'd put them in 101 Dalmatian costumes I could make myself. Check out how we made our DIY Dalmatian Costumes...

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

12 Easy Vegan Kids Lunch Ideas in the Planetbox

Green grapes, Rainbow carrot sticks, cashew and vegan chocolate chips, cantaloupe, soft tortilla triangles with plain hummus in the small cup.

My son started Kindergarten this year and I got my hands on a Planetbox. We were living in Japan last year and although I was sending my little guy to preschool with a cute little Japanese bento, I was seeing all these great pictures on Instagram of friends back home filling up these neat little stainless steel lunchboxes. Obviously, I'm hooked now. Here are just 12 of our recent lunch boxes. 

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Vegan Food at LEGOLAND California Resort

One of my favorite things about LEGOLAND California is their food. As someone who used to work there, I can tell you that their food standards are extremely high. They have always sold a lot of vegetarian and vegan options and source a lot of their ingredients and products locally and from natural and organic brands. We are so lucky to have this gem among all the theme park and entertainment options in San Diego because it is a great place to play and you won't have trouble finding healthy food.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Teal Pumpkin Project - Dollar Store Pumpkin Craft

If you are looking to get crafty as well as do something fun and inclusive for Halloween I suggest participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project. A teal pumpkin is a symbol to kids with allergies that you will have a non-candy treat. Often kids with food allergies are not able to participate in Trick or Treating but we can change that. Gather your friends with food allergies or not and paint some cute little teal pumpkins.
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