Healthy recipes for picky husbands
Healthy Recipes for Picky Eaters: Create Tasty Meals Your Kids Will Love to Eat by Martha StephensonFeeding your child wholesome and nutritious meals can be a parents greatest challenge if you happen to have a picky eater. You may find it easier to let them devour that hot dog for breakfast just so you can tell yourself, at least they ate!. Sometimes the food looks too healthy for your child, or the colors and textures turn them off. There is a solution to making your kid feel like they are eating the unhealthy food they love while still getting proper nutrition into their stomachs.
One of the reasons some kids wont eat is because they are not part of the cooking process, so there isnt a connection with the meal in front of them. Even though cooking with your child can be time-consuming and very messy, it will teach them a valuable skill, and they are more likely to eat what they have cooked. If you allow them to make the decisions of what ingredients to put in the food, that is even better. You will find that your child will want to take part in more meals if they are one of the ‘chefs.
Each of the recipes found in this book has activities that your child can do on their own to help out with the preparation. The rule of thumb with each one is the messier, the better. Cooking is a creative outlet and doesnt follow a neat and clean path, so getting cheese on your face or flour on your clothes is all part of the process. You may want to invest in a special apron and chefs hat for your child to make the experience even more fun.
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