Some parents are lucky and they have kids that will eat anything. But for most parents they struggle getting fruits and veggies into their kids’ growing bodies. And kids, much like adults, get stuck in a comfort zone– eating what’s familiar to their taste buds. Krissy shares an awesome hands-on activity that worked for her …
Pretzel Kabobs: Ham, turkey, and cheese rolled up together, sliced, and skewered with pretzel sticks; 1/2 cup mandarin oranges; 1/2 cup shelled edamame; 1 container (4 ounces) fat-free chocolate pudding from @Parents Magazine
Use a small cookie cutter to core the center of apple slices.
Made these for MY b-day party, they turned out cute, I was able to make 10 with just one starfruit (expensive and out of season at the time). The kids enjoyed them. A bit more work than they are worth but fine for a special occasion. Everyone thought they were really cool.