Hello everyone and welcome to Bridget’s Speech Kitchen! Today I’ll be sharing my family’s homemade lemonade recipe (made with our homegrown Eureka lemons!) and how to elicit the correct production of the L sound in your child (so they can talk about lemonade all day long)! I call this the “511 Lemonade” Recipe because the […]Read More My Family’s Homemade Lemonade Recipe and How to Elicit that Correct Production of the L Sound!
Hello everyone! Long time, no post! I’m back with some new content that I hope you love and find helpful. In today’s post, I’m going to talk about my recipe for Veggie Tikka Masala (with lots of shortcuts and opportunities for customization!) and how this recipe can encourage your children (or, let’s be honest, some […]Read More How to Get Your Child to Eat Their Vegetables: Veggie Tikka Masala Recipe
Option 1: Printable Download Version First option: This option is best for printing out and filling in handwritten OR using a software like Adobe Acrobat DC and typing in responses. This first download option is not like a Google Form where you input your answers directly into the form through the Google website/form. It’s a […]Read More Google Forms Teacher Input Form for Speech FREEBIE! 2 Download Options
Hello Everyone! 👋 I know many of you are on Zoom for endless hours a day whether it’s working from home or managing your student’s classes online. For me, it’s become my most used tool for speech therapy (and maybe even my best friend!?). Zoom is a great platform and I’m fortunate to have access […]Read More Bridget’s Speech Kitchen Presents: Get Ready for Zoom!
Hello everyone! 👋 What’s better than homemade, fresh baked cookies? Having homemade, fresh baked cookies with conversation; of course! But what if you want to have a conversation with someone that can’t communicate in the traditional sense (verbal speech)? There are work arounds to this! They might use text, email, sign language, or gestures. Text […]Read More Bridget’s Speech Kitchen Presents: Cookies and Core Boards!
Hey everyone! I wanted to share this recipe that I made for Mother’s Day with all of you. I hope you enjoy it and recreate it yourself! I was attempting to make Joanna Gaines’ orange scones using her recipe below: But instead of using flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt; I ended up using […]Read More “Scookies”
This recipe is inspired by a Tasty channel YouTube video where the cook made these “Buddha Bowls” from items that were still available at her local grocery store despite the pandemic panic buying. Essentially, the Buddha bowl has 3 component: some carb as the base, a variety of vegetables on top, and some sort of […]Read More Buddha Bowls
Hey Everyone! I hope everyone is doing alright during this difficult and strange times, especially for those in quarantine and shelter in place orders (like in my area). I’ve turned to cooking more often, and this is the most recent recipe I’ve made! I don’t have a picture of the recipe from the “Magnolia Table” […]Read More Joanna Gaines’ Chocolate Orange Bread Pudding
Hey Everyone! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted on my blog, but here’s the first post for the new year! This recipe is for Chilaquiles, which is one of my favorite dishes. I was introduced to this dish at a local restaurant in the Bay Area, and have been cooking it up ever since! Chilaquiles, […]Read More Chilaquiles
Lemon is my favorite flavor, hands down. I love lemonade, lemon meringue pie, anything with lemon is my jam. We recently had friends over for a casual dinner party, and what sort of dessert did I make, you ask? Well, of course a lemon dessert! I made this recipe up, and it’s pretty simple. Recipe: […]Read More Lemon Coconut Trifle