I haven’t done a formal review of it, but we loved our review copy of Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship, which is by Victory Belt Publishing. Paleo Pals is a kids story book with about ten recipes at the end. My kids adore this story and its message.
Yesterday we got our review copy of Eat Like a Dinosaur, by Stacy and Matt of Paleo Parents. We were uber-excited =) Also by Victory Belt Publishing, Eat Like a Dinosaur has a similar illustration style and message, and it too has Zoe and Ashley riveted. The foreword is written by Elana, one of the most lovable people I know, and there is a short story told by one of Stacy and Matt’s boys in the beginning. The rest of the book is a fabulous kids cookbook with over 100 recipes.
In this (too cute) kids cookbook Stacy and Matt share their inspiring story of the power of food. Food has the power to both harm and heal, depending on what it is you’re eating. As you know, my family is mostly grain-free (and in fact, Ashley and I have been 100% grain-free for almost a month now) as well as casein and refined-sugar free. We made this choice to fight our health issues and autism. …and it’s working.
Likewise, Stacy, Matt, and their boys have turned their health around by eating this way. They have lost a collective 200 pounds and successfully treated ADHD, asthma, eczema and allergies. Wowza.
And we have other things in common too. For instance, we share a love of good fat, and the belief that good fat is crucial for your brain (you, your baby, your grandma—everyone). I know you will love reading this book as much as your kids do.
Speaking of which, on to the kids! I watched and photographed as Zoe and Ashley made Mini Nut Butter Cups from Eat Like a Dinosaur this morning. All I helped them with was spooning the batter into the mini cups (because they asked me to), and putting it into and taking it out of the oven.
Above: Contemplating what they will make next while they wait for their Mini Nut Butter Cups to bake =)