Thursday, April 3, 2014

Reef Indy's Split Pea Experience

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Oma loves Split Pea Soup. Good thing, Reef Indy loves Split Pea Soup also. It is so easy to make and has many health benefits.

The first year of Reef Indy’s life brings tremendous changes in what he can eat. Around the age of six months, you should start introducing nutritious solid foods into your baby's diet. Serving your baby a variety of nutrient-dense foods during infancy ensures that he gets all of the nutrients he needs for growth and development.

More importantly, it sets the stage for a lifetime of healthy eating. Split peas supply your little one with many essential vitamins and minerals. It is fiber rich, and supplies the body Potassium and Vitamin K.

Oma and Opa quickly learned that when Reef hits his High-Chair tray, he is ready for another bite. When he loses interest in the experience, he has eaten enough!

Oma and Opa quickly learned that when Reef hits his High-Chair tray, he is ready for another bite. When he loses interest in the experience, he has eaten enough!


Oma's Easy Vegetarian Crock Pot Split Pea



  • 32 Ounces Split Peas
  • 4 Medium Carrots, Peeled and Diced (Use Baby Carrots)
  • 3 Cups White Onion, Chopped
  • 1 Whole Garlic Smashed
  • 2 Bay Leafs
  • 1/2 Tablespoon Salt
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Pepper
  • 12 Cups Hot Water

Directions:


1. Layer ingredients in order listed above. Do not stir

2. Cover and cook until peas are soft High: 4-5 hours or Low: 5 hours

3. Remove bay leaf before serving

For the adults - Remember bread for dipping!

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