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Little dwarf owls

Little dwarf owls

Melt the yeast with a tablespoon of sugar and a few tablespoons of warm milk, add a little flour and leave the mayonnaise to rise. To the rest of the flour we add the leavened mayonnaise, eggs, the rest of the milk and sugar, the melted butter, the rum essence, the honey, the chopped almonds, the raisins, the beak flakes and the salt. Knead a dough and leave it to rise for an hour. Prepare the shape of small balls (I use a silicone one) by greasing them with oil and let them go in the oven.

After the dough has risen, fill the gugulufi forms and bake for about half an hour. They will grow and go beyond form. They are fluffy and tasty. Ideal for breakfast, served with blueberry jam. Good appetite!


Breeds of white cats

Balinese cat

It is one of the most elegant cats, of medium size, slim and graceful body, large ears and round eyes, slightly elongated. The Balinese cat has a fine, silky and flowing white fur that sits nicely on the body. In the US, Balinese cats that have additional markings than those accepted for Balinese are known as Javanese.

Balinese cat

Burmilla cat

With an average constitution, Burmilla cats are extremely cute and loving. They have a well-structured, stocky, muscular body with a straight and strong back. The head has a slightly elongated shape, the eyes are expressive and can change color from gold to green. It differs easily from other breeds of cats because it has a distinct mark in the form of the letter "M" on the forehead.

Burmilla cat

Little dwarf owls - Recipes

Healthy, quick and simple recipes for pregnant women, babies, children and family.

If you are looking for ideas for breakfast, a delicious lunch or a dessert to pamper your little one, pregnant belly or family, browse our proposals, recipes collected, adapted and tested by the MamaChef family (and friends!).

You will discover recipes with common ingredients and few steps of preparation, and with each recipe you can see what contribution it brings to the body by reading "Nutrition label"

We also prepared a surprise for the little ones! Fruits and vegetables from MamaChef recipes come to life! Look for the happy fruits and vegetables in the recipes, which they will tell the children wonderful stories, full of lessons.

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I invite you to discover useful information and tricks and to use them too.


The best varieties of mini carrots

Today, dwarf carrot varieties adapted for planting and cultivation in Central Russia, the Urals and Western Siberia are very popular with domestic farmers.

Carrot

Universal variety of mini-carrots used for storage, freezing, long-term preservation and fresh consumption. The vegetation period is from 100 to 110 days. The class belongs to high-yielding srednerannyi, well proven when landing in winter in a region of Russia. The light root crops, during the harvest period, reach the size of 10-12 cm, with an average weight of about 100 grams.

The main features of the variety "Karotel" - resistance to pests, rot, cracking of the fetus, viral diseases. It has good taste characteristics, excellent transport and long-term storage.

Marlinka

The variety of mini-carrots, Shantane variety, grown for cultivation in the central and northern regions of Russia. The internal planting material has a high capacity for reproduction. The fruits are small, the usual conical shape. The skin is smooth, with a minimum content of eyes, painted in a rich orange color. During the period of full ripening, the mass of a carrot does not exceed 100-120 g, with a length of culture - up to 10 cm.

The distinctive features of the "Marlinka" variety are high yields, with a relatively fast growing season. From the first shoots to harvest, more than 90 days pass. At the same time, from 1 hectare you receive up to 70 tons of tasty and juicy fruit.

Caracas

This is one of the best varieties of dwarf carrots, intended for the cultivation of small summer villas in the open field. "Caracas" is adapted for sowing in central Russia, the Urals and Western Siberia. Even with a very dense planting in a row, "Caracas" offers root and tasty crops, up to 10 cm long. The average weight of a carrot does not exceed 100 grams, but if you use the standard root sowing scheme, this figure can increase to 150.

Features varieties "Caracas" - a powerful device of plant leaves. This greatly facilitates the harvesting of root vegetables on large areas with specialized pulling machines.

In addition to growing carrots for the winter, watch the video:


RECIPES with inactive yeast flakes for babies

1. Purees for babies over 6 months

Ingredient:

  • 200 g of the vegetable or fruit from which you will make the puree (suitable for carrot, potato, sweet potato, broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, apple, parsnip, parsley root)
  • 1 tablespoon inactive yeast flakes
  • 1 tablespoon milk or hot water

  1. Thermally prepare the vegetable or fruit - steamed, boiled or baked
  2. Pass it well with a fork or robot, adding hot water or milk to get the desired texture
  3. Add the dormant yeast flakes and mix well. Good appetite!

2. Pumpkin food, for babies over 8 months

Ingredient:

  • 1 small zucchini
  • 1 baked capsicum pepper
  • 1 green onion
  • 1 tablespoon inactive yeast flakes

  1. Finely chop the zucchini and onion.
  2. Put the onion to harden in 4 tablespoons of hot water in a pan.
  3. When the onion has softened, add the zucchini.
  4. When the zucchini is ready, add the finely chopped baked kapia pepper or small strips.
  5. Stir and serve the baby!

3. Pea cream soup for babies over 10 months

Ingredient:

  • 100 g of frozen peas
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 50 g of baby spinach leaves
  • 1 pickled cucumber
  • 1 tablespoon inactive yeast flakes

  1. Boil the peas in water as little as possible
  2. When the peas are almost cooked, add the sliced ​​cucumbers, baby spinach and garlic cloves given through the press
  3. Let it boil for another 5-7 minutes
  4. Add inactive yeast flakes
  5. Pass the soup through the blender
  6. If you want to enjoy this delicious soup, add a little salt and a few pine nuts.

4. Chicken liver balls with zucchini and cauliflower, for babies over 10 months

Ingredient:

  • 5 quail eggs
  • 100 g of country chicken or turkey liver
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon inactive yeast flakes

  1. Boil the liver only after you have washed it well
  2. Boil the quail eggs separately
  3. When the livers are almost cooked, add the garlic clove and let it simmer for another 5 minutes.
  4. Put the drained livers in the blender, with the garlic clove, the quail egg yolk and the tablespoon of inactive yeast flakes.
  5. Mix well and form small balls, only good for babbling by the baby.

5. Pasta with meat sauce, for babies over 1 year

Ingredient:

  • 100 g of minced meat at home - ideally a mixture of beef with chicken leg
  • 1 small onion
  • 30 g of butter
  • 1 tablespoon inactive yeast flakes
  • 100 g of wholemeal pasta

  1. Boil the pasta with a little salt
  2. Meanwhile, finely chop the onion and fry it in half a cup of hot water
  3. Add the minced meat and mix well until the meat is well browned
  4. Add the butter and continue to mix until the mixture becomes a thick sauce
  5. Add the drained pasta and the inactive yeast flakes and mix. Good appetite!

6. Pasta with avocado sauce, for babies over 1 year

Ingredient:

  • 1 avocado copt
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 1 tablespoon inactive yeast flakes
  • 1 teaspoon oregano or basil - optional
  • 1 tablespoon pine buds - optional
  • 100 g of pasta

  1. Boil the pasta with a little salt
  2. Peel an avocado and grate it
  3. Add the crushed garlic clove
  4. Sift everything until it becomes a soft paste, then add lemon juice to taste and a little salt, optionally
  5. Drain the pasta, add avocado, inactive yeast flakes and spices. Good appetite!

7. Musaca with peas and sweet potatoes, for babies over 1 year

Ingredient:

  • 300 g of frozen peas
  • 300 g of sweet potato
  • 3 tablespoons inactive yeast flakes
  • 1 pinch of salt

  1. Boil peas and sweet potatoes separately
  2. When they have boiled, pass them with a fork, also separately, mixing each one with a spoonful of inactive yeast flakes.
  3. Put the pea puree in a small tray, then the sweet potato puree
  4. Put in the hot oven for 15 minutes
  5. Remove the pan and serve when it has cooled with yeast flakes on top. Good appetite!


19 children's films that can be watched by the very young

19 children's movies that can be seen by the whole family, even by the youngest of the dwarfs (2-4 years).

What can you give him to see in the first years of his life, when he doesn't understand the subtleties of the movies, and the overly intricate plot bores him and makes him lose his temper? Fortunately, cinema abounds with children's films suitable for this age group, 2-4 years, when your baby is still tiny. Even if he does not fully understand the dialogue, the sequence of images will help him understand the essentials.

Here is our selection, which we hope you all enjoy (because, needless to say, these children's movies are recommended for both parents and grandparents!)

1. Children's movies. Adventures on the Grass (1998)

An unadaptable ant, looking for "warriors" to save its colony from greedy locusts, recruits a group of beetles that turn out to be ridiculous and inefficient circus.

He teaches the little ones about: individuality, diversity, courage, justice, aggression, diligence.

2. Children's films. The Jungle Book (1967)

The Bagheera panther and the Baloo bear try to convince little Mowgli to leave the jungle to live in civilization among humans. One of the most beautiful children's movies of all time, guaranteed!

What he teaches the little ones: about growth and education, the student-teacher relationship, courage, danger, belonging to a group, identity.

3. In Search of Nemo (2003)

After his son is captured by fishermen and sent to Sydney, the father, a terribly shy clownfish, sets out on a journey in which he hopes to recover his son. We will dive under the ocean with all the characters, positive or negative!

What he teaches the little ones: father-son relationship, parenting, protection, education, predators, family loss, flight, sacrifice, ambition.

4. Ice Age 1 (2002)

The action, which takes place during the Ice Age, stars a sword-toothed tiger (missing specimens from the face of the Earth), a sloth and a woolly mammoth. The three companions discover a child and try to find his tribe to return him to his family.

What he teaches the little ones: friendship, goodwill, courage, family, responsibility.

5. Pinocchio (1940)

A talking wooden doll tries to prove, helped by his consciousness (in the guise of a cricket) that he deserves to become a real boy. A Disney classic that every child should see!

What he teaches the little ones: father-son relationship, family, friendship, life, sincerity, impropriety, bad growth, punishment, atonement, courage, sacrifice, death.

6. Aladdin (1988)

An ordinary boy falls in love with a beautiful princess and, in order to take her as his wife, he enlists the help of a captive spirit in an enchanted lamp. A classic story with fascinating characters!

What he teaches the little ones: identity, sincerity, authenticity, self-determination, self-confidence, power, courage, deceptive appearances, promise.

7. Cars (2006)

A race car named Lightning McQueen is ambushed in Radiator Springs, and here he discovers what true friendship and family values ​​mean. Don't start from the premise that it's a movie for boys, because girls also like Fulger McQueen very much.

What he teaches the little ones: teamwork, arrogance, selfishness, regrets, humility, manual labor, life in a small town, sportsmanship.

8. The Lion King (1994)

Simba, a lion cub and future king is looking for self-identity. His desire to enter everyone's graces and the need to constantly test his limits, bring him some inconvenience and even endanger his life. The soundtrack is excellent!

What he teaches the little ones: courage, duty, responsibility, hardships, maturation, betrayal, death, friendship.

9. The Sword of the Rock (1963)

The wizard Merlin instructs the future King Arthur himself, now another boy. A wonderful story that will fascinate children and open their appetite for legends with King Arthur.

What he teaches the little ones: sustained work, education, magic, science, change, technology, ingenuity, destiny, fate.

10. The Little Mermaid (1989)

A mermaid princess makes a pact with the sea witch, Ursula, a person licked by brooms. Everything to enter the graces of an earthly prince. Get ready to talk a lot about mermaids in the next period! And about love.

What it teaches you: love, adventure, exploration, longing, family duties.

11. Babe (1995)

Babe is a pig raised by shepherd dogs, who learn to feed sheep with the help of farmer Hogget. For children without grandparents in the country is a must-see!

What it teaches you: adventure, differences, fulfillment of dreams, friendship.

12. Dumbo (1941)

The circus laughs at the baby elephant, because it has very big ears. In his attempt to prove to others that he is more than a ravenous elephant, Dumbo is assisted by a mouse friend. She leaves tears on the viewers' couch, but it's worth it! The little ones understand how important the differences between us are and how they can be defects or qualities, depending on who "measures" them.

What it teaches you: son-mother relationship, aggression, revenge, the harmful effects of alcohol.

13. How to train your dragon 1 (2010)

An introverted young Viking, who aspires to hunt dragons, eventually becomes the best friend of a dragon cub and begins to understand that these creatures are more valuable than he would have imagined. It is the best film to explain to children what gentleness means to animals (be they imaginary).

What he teaches the little ones: empathy, compassion, indulgence, intelligence, technology, friendship, sacrifice.

14. Children's films. Above all (2009)

Mr. Fredricksen, a 78-year-old man, travels to Paradise Falls in his houseboat, which flies with a bunch of colored balloons. At one point, a "clandestine" passenger gets on board. A wonderful and tender film, which helps us to explain more easily to the little ones what old age actually means.

What he teaches the little ones: friendship, affectivity, perseverance, giving up, old age, childhood, dreams, fidelity, trust, achievements, paternal feelings, loneliness.

15. Bambi (1942)

It is the story of a deer chick that grows in the forest, in the absence of its mother, killed by hunters. The rest is history! It is no exaggeration to say that "Bambi" is one of the most beautiful movies of all time. Scenes with seasons in the forest are simply a dream. See you and review!

What he teaches the little ones: mother-son relationship, death, love, nature, birth, rebirth, maturation, exploration, danger, fear, endeavor, hunger, contests, flight, struggle.

16. The Ice Kingdom (2013)

Elsa is newly crowned queen, but has not yet learned to control her supernatural powers to turn things into ice, so she is banished from the kingdom. Her sister, Anna, helped by a hopeful young man, her wounded reindeer and a snowman, tries to improve Elsa and escape the land of the eternal winter in which she had thrown him. Or does the "Ice Kingdom" no longer need a presentation?

What he teaches the little ones: the relationship between sisters, feminism, friendship, humor, independence, ice.

17. The Story of Toys (1995)

A cowboy doll gets angry and becomes extremely jealous when a toy astronaut takes his place in the owner's preferences - a little boy who puts his favorite toy on the top shelf.

What he teaches the little ones: friendship, jealousy, reality, fantasy, play, rivalry, teamwork, closeness.

18. The 6 superheroes (2014)

The film talks about the special friendship between Baymax, an overweight inflatable robot and the wonder child Hiro Hamada, who, together with a group of equally brilliant friends, form a band of high-tech superheroes. It's a movie that parents love to the test!

What it teaches you: friendship, science, loss, endeavor, technology.

19. Wall-E

In the distant future, a robot that collects waste mistakenly embarks on a journey into space that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind. This film is the best help when we explain to children something about consumption, recycling, natural resources. Ah, and about sedentarism (you'll see why).

What it teaches you: friendship, loneliness, innocence, love, technology, consumerism, environment, the planet's resources.


Preparation

Prepare the bulgur according to the instructions on the package, but in the soup, and let it swell for about 15 minutes. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice.

Mix the bulgur, eggs, breadcrumbs, flour and carrots, season with pepper and form 4 meatballs with wet hands.

Heat the oil and let the meatballs fry on both sides for about 6-7 minutes. Half the bell peppers, clean, wash and cut into "stuffed caps" for the meatballs. Place the stuffed hats next to the meatballs, decorate, as desired, with carrot slices and bell peppers in such a way as to obtain a face and serve.


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