With a strategic (yet, easy) bi-monthly meal prep plan and about a zillion freezer bags, you can spend 2-3 hours cooking and preparing enough clean eating food for your toddler to have roughly two snacks and a lunch for five days a week. Three hours or less? That's the equivalent of a Tuesday/Thursday college class. Easy peasy, and much more fun.
It has been a while since I’ve talked about my second son, Isaac, and his own difficulties with eating. Some of you may remember the numerous Cooking with Your Kid posts where I talked about strategies I used with him. Or, the post I wrote, Practicing Patience, a more personal account describing the sheer frustration I felt as...Read More »
If you’ve had the luxury of making meals for a toddler you’ll quickly appreciate the one constant that comes from creating a toddler feeding routine. Here’s a look at what my toddler eats in a day- from breakfast to dinner and snacks included!