Instead of focusing on foods your kids can’t have, help your kids think about foods they can have, and make eating them fun!
Eat the Rainbow
Having a variety of colors on the plate helps ensure your kids are getting different varieties of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
Spice it Up
Try a twist on a favorite recipe, like baking or grilling chicken or fish instead of frying it.
There are innumerable ways to involve your kids in preparing a meal, and the more involved they feel, the happier they are to eat it!
Plant a Garden
This can be a single pot on your patio or a full garden outside. Your kids will love planting with you, learning how things grow, harvesting, and eating the food they’ve grown!