(Closed) Healthy eating for kids

posted 7 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
1471 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@bostonkate:  Individual fritatas? Veggie pizzas on a pita bread?

Post # 4
461 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I made these really yummy black bean quesadillas. Unfortunately I did have to use a stove, though I’m sure there are ways to make them without the stove. They’re also fun because kids can personalize them more by adding corn, other veggies, different meats, etc.

And they’re not too expensive, and I cooked mine in 15mins!

Post # 5
394 posts
Helper bee

@bostonkate:  check out a book called “eat like a dinosaur” it’s great for little kids & it’s fun and interactive as well. it also touches on those with food allergies as well…good luck!

Post # 6
488 posts
Helper bee

I was going to suggest pita pizzas too. Although, I guess what makes it healthy is the veggies you put on top, so kids may not add them. You could always suggest they make designs or faces on them so they kids would want to do that. 

You could do fruit kabobs, obviously it doesn’t involve any cooking, but the kids could choose their fruit and put it on a skewer. You could make some dips to go with them too. 


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