Easy recipe: mini sliders
A few weeks ago, Plum Organics asked me to create a recipe to contribute to their new Little Foodies Cookbox.
But even before that, we were huge fans of their teensy fruits and fruit/veggie pouches.
The flavors and combinations are all really unique and yummy.
No wrestling over spoons with fiercely independent little ones with the colorful, squeezable pouches.
So I thought about what recipe I could come up with.
And it hit me.
The one food that the tiny humans in this house can all actually agree on? Burgers.
see rainbow painted spoon post here
see tiny jam jar salt & pepper shaker post here
I've tried sneaking veggies into recipes before with really great results, so I knew adding in some extra fruits and veggies would be great this time around, too.
Click here to find the quick and easy recipe.
Don't have any Plum Organics in the house? Excited to try them for yourself? You're in luck.
Plum Organics sent an assortment of pouches, coupons, and other goodies to me to give away. All you have to do to win is leave a comment on this post.
Want even more chances to win?
Like Plum Organics on facebook.
Like a pretty cool life. on facebook.
Pin a picture from this post on Pinterest.
Make it easy on me and leave a separate comment for each, please. :)
Winner will be randomly chosen May 17. US addresses only.
Disclaimer: I was provided products necessary to create this recipe for Plum Organics, but all opinions are my own.
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