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Healthy, but quick recipes which my son should not say a NO.

  1. MythiliK profile image63
    MythiliKposted 7 years ago

    Healthy, but quick recipes which my son should not say a NO.

    Every day, I prepare one thing or the other food items for my 3.5 years old son. But 90% of them were straightly rejected by him even without tasted. He is too picky and choosy. He will say a no by seeing the colour and texture itself.

    He likes all those junk burger and pizza items. Any tips to help me are highly appreciated.

  2. Tirzah Laughs profile image83
    Tirzah Laughsposted 7 years ago

    Healthy pizza.   You can take canned pizza sauce, puree extra veggies into it and he'll probably not notice,   Use real cheese, add turkey pepperoni.

    Use a pre-done Boboli crust.   This is great because he can help make it and it bakes super fast.

    Put a pepperoni smiley face on the pizza.  Let it be fun.

    The Bobili crust is pre-done so it's not greasy and you can use scizzors to cut it up into individual pieces before baking.  Only make what he'll eat in a sitting.

    No waste.  Start to finish, it's done in less than 15 minutes.

    This will have dairy, veggies, low-fat turkey pepperoni and not be greasy.   Kids will usually eat it.

    I'm a texture eater.  Some textures i just can't put in my mouth, gag reflex.   

    Picky eaters like I was as a kid do not like casseroles, loafs, things with shredded anything. 

    The rule is two bites from anything new, if he still hates it then it's a no go.

    Try sour apples or tart apples and low fat caramel dip as a snack.  A little bit of caramel goes a long way and gets him to eat apples.

    Involve him in picking and preparing the meals. 

    And remember two bites of the offending food before its on the no-eat list.

  3. Tonipet profile image82
    Tonipetposted 6 years ago

    Kids love spaghetti. Add mashed boiled carrots into your tomato sauce, or add half-cup of fresh carrot juice into the sauce, top with lots of cheese and voila! Hope this trick will win your toddler :smile goodluck!

 
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