Pon da beats😘😘😘 December is here and our delivery list be popping.🎄🎄🎄🎉🎉 Thanking everyone for their support and encouragements.
Kindly send in ur orders.☎📞
Yummy meals at pocket friendly prices is our watch word.📟📟 Loads of love
What's better than a cozy and flavor packed plate of goodness??🤷🏼♀️🌿here's just some homemade curry lentils, quinoa, cooked carrots and kale, butter leaf lettuce, and tomatoes!🍅🥕
So the past weekish I've had a fairly bad sore throat but really no other symptoms of a cold but it got real bad the past two days so I went to urgent care yesterday and apparently I have strep throat😫but literally no other symptoms which is strange but I'll take it!😂
I'm wishing you guys good health and many fun memories the end of this year!!💛✨
How the heck DO you get kids to love vegetables from day one and keep enjoying them for a lifetime? 🤷♀️ I have 3 VERY different eaters, so it’s been an adventure tracking how, when and why they eat different foods. Luckily vegetables have been a relatively easy food for me to get them to eat and I base it on a few simple strategies:
1. Prepare vegetables in different ways: raw, steamed, roasted or air fried (my new favorite method)! 2. Plant a tiny garden or even one pot. When kids grow their own food they’re more likely to try it.
3. If your kid resists try a certain vegetable add a dip or dressing. Gemma will eat any vegetable if I pour her favorite dressing on it.
4. Change the way you cut it! Turn kale into chips, use cookie cutters to turn raw bell peppers into stars ⭐️ or use a mandolin to thinly slice radishes or cucumbers.
5. Eat vegetables with your kids! Modeling how much your enjoy certain foods goes a long way in getting kids excited about taking that first bite.
👩🏽🌾 Tell me in the comments YOUR best strategies!