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Diana Levine

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Diana LevineDiana Levine is an advertising and editorial photographer and a mom to a bouncing young toddler. When she’s not chasing around her son, on a shoot or spending time with family, she is in the kitchen, creating easy, vegetarian and family-friendly recipes, which she shares on her cooking blog.

Four-Ingredient Baked Cauliflower Latkes

Recipe by Diana Levine

Four-Ingredient Baked Cauliflower Latkes

With a few quick updates to the traditional latke recipe, you can make sure your children are enjoying the tastes of Chanukah, while still providing important nutrients in their diets. This recipe is simple and healthy and will delight both children and adults. In place of potatoes, I use mashed cauliflower, and rather than frying

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Baked Sweet Potato Shapes

Recipe by Diana Levine

Baked Sweet Potato Shapes

One of the best ways to get a young child to eat their vegetables is to transform them into something they don’t recognize. My three-year-old son refuses to eat mashed sweet potatoes. However, if I transform them into nugget shapes, he will gladly devour an entire plate! Sweet potatoes are a nutritious food for growing

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Black Bean Butternut Squash Veggie Burgers

Recipe by Diana Levine

Black Bean Butternut Squash Veggie Burgers

These homemade black bean butternut squash veggie burgers are a delicious and healthy alternative to traditional hamburgers, and because they are made from scratch, they are a healthier alternative to store-bought veggie burgers, which frequently include a variety of additives and soy products. Personally, I prefer them with a slice of melted Swiss cheese, but

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Egg-Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Recipe by Diana Levine

Egg-Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Making cookies with your children is a wonderful way to introduce them to the kitchen. I prefer not to use any raw eggs or potentially dangerous kitchen equipment when cooking with a child as young as my son (22 months old), which many cookie recipes require. That’s why I love this recipe for oatmeal raisin cookies

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