If your child is a picky eater who won’t try any new foods, you may be finding it hard get your them eating healthy. At The Brook Early Education and Care, we know how frustrating it can be to get the little ones to eat anything other than mac ‘n’ cheese, so we are always looking for fun ways of presenting them with healthy options.
Children should be eating 5 serves of veggies and 2 servings of fruit every day, and the easiest ways to do it are by either hiding veggies in their favourite dishes or by making food so cute they can’t resist it. Today’s recipe falls into the second category.
The best thing about this recipe is that it doesn’t require much effort at all and is completely open to alteration to suit your child’s taste. It’s so simple that you can pretty much just leave your kids to do the job on their own once you’ve done the preparation – which might also encourage them to eat it.
Here’s another healthy recipe you might want to try: Layered Yoghurt & Fruit Crumble
It’s been told time and time again that children need to consume the right amounts of dairy, fruits, grains, protein, and vegetables, as a balanced diet full of nutrients and vitamins is essential for children’s healthy development. But do you know exactly why each of the food groups is so important? (Read the full article)
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