April 4, 2012

Trophy Tuesday! Win a FuzziBunz Hanging Diaper Pail or save 15%!

This week we're giving fans and readers an awesome change to win a great product.  The Fuzzi Bunz Haning Diaper Pail!  Perfect for the batchroom, small bedrooms, baby's nursery or just because you'd like to keep the diaper pail up off the floor.


FuzziBunz® has created a truly unique dirty diaper storage system and one every cloth diapering parent should have. Hang the Mess-Free Cloth Diaper Laundry Bag on any hook or doorknob and you have a portable no fuss way to store dirty diapers between washings. Add dirty diapers at the top opening; unzip the bottom to let them out into the washing machine. Wash diapers and the bag altogether. Can be used for years to come as a stylish laundry bag for storing and washing dirty clothing once baby’s diaper days are over.

*100% polyester

This week one lucky winner will receive a FuzziBunz Pail in the color of their choice.  Or you can order a FuzziBunz Hanging Pail this week and save 15% off when you use code TROPHY.

The Giveaway:  Enter to win a FuzziBunz Hanging Diaper Pail via the Rafflecopter form below.  There are many easy ways to enter.

The Sale:  Use code TROPHY this week only at ClothDiaperOutlet and save 15% off the purchase of a FuzziBunz Hanging Pail. 

Winner of our Planetwise Trophy Tuesday is...Lexi!

Congrats to Lexi for winning the Planetwise Pail Liner!  Quality pail liners are a must for cloth diapering families and we just know that she's going to love hers.

We thank you all for participating and hope you all were able to take advantage of our discount last week.

Lexi, please check your email for a notification and to claim your prize. :)

April 2, 2012

Baby Meatballs Recipe, Not a Jersey Shore reference!

I have the best baby food recipe for you. Are you ready? It’s an excellent way to get some meat into that baby’s belly and sneak in some veggies for those picky eaters too! I stumbled upon this recipe when my son was about nine months old. He wanted to eat finger foods and the pureed chicken I was making him was just not cutting it any more.  I turned to Wholesome Baby Food for some meal ideas and that’s where I found this
gemstone. And I have a secret…I like love them too!

J&J’s Baby Meatballs from Wholesome Baby Food

First you have the ingredients. I make these in bulk, cook and then freeze them for a quick mealtime option.
Then combine the ingredients in a bowl as pictured. Here I used 1 lb ground turkey, 2 cups of baby cereal (I was really trying to figure out how to use it up!), ½ cup wheat germ and a container of mixed pureed veggies. For the seasoning I added two dashes of garlic powder. When you’re mixing the ingredients together you’ll want to use your hands to really work everything in. It takes me about five minutes of mashing for everything to be mixed well.
Once you’ve combined the ingredients together make baby sized meatballs. This picture makes the meatballs look bigger than they actually are. Before placing them in the preheated 400* oven cover the sheet with tinfoil. Bake until cooked through but not burned. These are for your baby so they should not be hard or crunchy.
Allow meatballs to cool and then let your baby enjoy! Look below for the complete recipe from Wholesome Baby Food.
J&J’s Baby Meatballs Ingredients:
  • Ground Turkey, Beef or Chicken
  • Plain baby cereal (boxed type) - you may use traditional bread crumbs or oat or wheat
  • bran if you prefer
  • Pureed veggies or fruits
  • Spices as desired
  • Wheat Germ

Directions:
1. Place 1 part lean ground beef/turkey or chicken into a mixing bowl
2. Add 2 parts baby cereal and 1/2 part wheat germ. Use Spices that you find appropriate
(you may use bread crumbs if you choose)
For example, 1 cup ground meat, 1/2 cup baby cereal, 1/4 cup wheat germ
3. Add pureed veggies and/or fruit to moisten the mixture - as much as needed to moisten and bind the mixture
4. Mix together as you would when making “adult" meatballs.
5. Bake in an oven at 400 degrees until brown and cooked thoroughly – Cover with tinfoil, be sure not to burn the meatballs as they will become tough on the outside and baby may not be able to eat them.

(*Ground turkey, rice cereal, wheat germ, pureed sweet potato, dash of cinnamon for example)


Elizabeth (aka Bert) is a stay-at-home-mom and contributing writer for She Thinks Media. She lives in the Twin Cities with her husband, Ben, her son Buggie, and daughter Lady Bug.  When she's not trying to convince Buggie to expand his interests beyond Thomas the Train or put his pants back on she's writing about her experiences as a mom on her blog, First Time Mom (FTM). After all, Bert maintains there's a first time for everything, even if you  have more than one child!