Are your children picky eaters? Are you trying to add more variety to their diet but aren’t sure how? Look no further than Healthy Eating For Kids – a new recipe book containing 60 recipes which have fun names and appeal to your children’s imagination.
“Healthy Eating For Kids” was written with the busy family in mind. Most recipes can be prepared in 15 minutes or less, which is less time than you might spend waiting in line for a hamburger and fries.
The recipes break down to 6 different categories including:
-Lunch at Home
-Packed Lunches for School
-Evening Meals at Home
While I don’t have any children, I could probably benefit from eating a bit healthier myself, and I am looking forward to using some of these recipes for my lunches at work! I read a review at ANIPOTS on the book, and I think it will be right up my alley. I particularly enjoyed the Bacon and Egg Salad, Open-Faced Quesadillas and Tuna Fish in Pita Pockets (I forgot how fun pita pockets were!) and am looking forward to trying to make the Banana Milkshake and Taco Stuffed Potatoes! (as well as some others as well but I won’t bore you with my lunch wish list!)
Each recipe is designed to include vitamins, minerals and macronutrients that your child needs to stay healthy, strong, focused and energetic. We’ve put an emphasis on ideas that:
-Contain nutrients that are difficult to add to a child’s diet
-Fast and easy for parents to make
-Use ingredients that most households have on hand
-Encourage your child to get involved with his or her nutritionI received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.