Great post for all of the moms out there!
As a child, I wasn’t a particularly picky eater. I loved snacking on orange slices, cauliflower florets and cottage cheese. I’d try any green veggie that was smeared with a little butter, and I loved a savoury mash of turnip and carrot.
That isn’t always the case with kids. Their growing bodies and developing minds need high quality nutrition. Yet, their sensitive taste buds can dictate otherwise. I’m not a mom yet, so I enlisted the help of my good friend Karie, veteran blogger and local super-mom, to teach us a few tricks for little picky eaters.
Vegetables and kids can be a bit of a conundrum.
Veggies tend to get a bad rap with the little ones. It makes sense; it’s hard for broccoli to compete with, let along win against, peanut butter and macaroni.
Children between the ages of two and 13 need at least four to six serving…
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