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Potato Flatbread with Chicken Flakes

Since the school year started, I’ve been thinking of ways to be more creative with our breakfast. My goal is to feed my kids a filling meal in the morning so they could be energized in school and be able to participate in activities. My kids usually have bread and pancakes for breakfast. They rarely eat rice in the morning. I started working around the same time that the school year started, so I needed to create breakfast as quickly as I could. Below is a recipe that is filling and easy to prepare and perfect for families who don't eat rice for breakfast. This is also a recipe where you can prepare the chicken filling in advance and store it in the refrigerator and even prepare the flatbread recipe separately on different days. This is perfect for working moms like me. My Potato Flatbread with Chicken Flakes recipe is easy, delicious, and healthy! It’s the perfect grab-and-go breakfast for busy bods.   Potato Flatbread: Ingredients: ·     150 grams U.S. dehydrated po

A Visit To Sta. Elena Fun Farm



I like taking the kids to different places whenever we have the chance and the budget. It is something that I rarely enjoyed as a kid and that is why I want to change it as a parent. For the past years, we planned on going to Sta. Elena  Fun Farm for the kids to experience what it's like being in a farm. But it was put on hold for some unknown reason. Now, that we live just an hour away, I really tried my best to push it through. 






We were scheduled on a weekend (Sunday to be particular), and brought with us some snacks and take out food because I didn't have enough time to prepare us food to bring. So we just packed whatever I saw from our pantry (chips and juices). 

Travel took us less than an hour. The place is not too crowdy as compared to zoos. Upon entering, we immediately saw two goats being bottle fed. We paid the entrance and gave us wrist bands and we were allowed to enter the farm. But because we went summertime, it was really hot but windy because of the trees. 



What are the activities you can do inside?

Rabbit and Hamster feeding.



Horse/Pony back riding.


Carabao Cart riding


Zipline




Sand Playground







Obstacle course/Playground
 






What are the things you need to bring with you there?


  • Mosquito repellent lotion/cream/oil
  • Sunblock
  • Extra set of clothes
  • Towel
  • Boots
Fee:

P400/head and inclusive of all activities without extra charge. 
2 years old and below, free of charge. 
20% discount also for senior citizens


The farm also practices proper segregation of their trash, all guests are encouraged to throw their in the proper bins. 


They also have wash area for adults and kids. 


Address:

Sta. Elena Fun Farm
Bario Malilit, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
For reservations please text/call: 09209131349
Strictly by appointment only. 

You may also get updates from their facebook page here: Sta. Elena Fun Farm


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  1. Salamat mommy nakikita ko sa fb friend ko to pero pictorial ng baby nila. Ang dami pala sa loob noh eto gusto ko mapuntahan ng mga kiddos parang probinsya at nakakarelax malawak pa. :)

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  2. Grabe mommy ang lapit nyu lang kahit madalas pwde. Sana makapunta din kami dyan with the kids. Nice pictures mommy😊

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