Salmon cakes for babies

The babies are eating these up and I will say myself they are pretty good and easy
1 5 oz can salmon drained 

1/4 onion chopped 

1 TBS butter 

1/2 tsp dry mustard 

1 TBS parsley 

1 egg beaten 

1/3 cup oats 

1/2 cup bread crumbs 

2 TBS olive oil 

Salt and pepper to taste 

1.Sauté onion in butter 

2. Flake salmon and add egg, oats, mustard, salt and pepper. Add salted onions. Combine

2.  Shape into patties and roll in bread crumbs

3.  Heat oil in pan on medium heat and brown each side for about 4 minutes until golden brown. 

4. Enjoy. 

Read books that speak to you

These two books have spoken so much to me. The Bible over my life time each and every day.  The Magnolia story helped me to see that our family is very capable of being successful as long as we listen to that voice. As a follower of Jesus Christ that voice is him. Read this and you will feel inspired, excited, happy, and as if you are on the farm with the Gaines family. They were in some deep trenches but were continually dug out and have touched thousands of lives through following that voice. 

Sweet potato hash. 

Baby food doesn’t have to be boring. I mean come on. Have you ever tried that cereal crap!?!? . It tastes awful. We have chosen to go wth a baby lead weaning approach with the twins. I am trying to get more creative with them so I made up a hash this morning even I would eat. You can add whatever veggies you want.  

Sweet potato hash:

1/2 sweet potato grated

1/4 cup broccoli chopped up small

2 eggs

2 tbs coconut oil

1-2 tsp garlic powder

1/4 tsp pepper 

A pinch of salt 

1. Heat coconut oil medium heat and let sweet potatoes sit for about 4-5  minutes. This is the best way I know how to get them crispy. I added some garlic powder, pepper and a pinch of salt. 

2.  Add in broccoli and sauté for a 1-2 minutes. You can add more coconut oil or water to get broccoli to cook a bit more. 

3. Last add in your eggs. Stir and serve. 

4.  Everyone in the family can enjoy