Have a kid that does not want to eat yummy, healthy food? Does not even want to try a tiny bite? Today we have a guest post from Olivia Johanson from Every Home Remedy. She’s going to share with us one way she is working through picky eating with her son with this superfood pizza her husband makes.
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Do you need a new menu for dinner that isn’t super difficult but the whole family will love? I make tuna casserole for my daycare kids and they can’t get enough of it. I love it too. I have a formula for making my own homemade hamburger helper type meals that save me time and money on food but are made without all the harmful chemicals that come in processed food. This tuna casserole is a spin on that idea.
Do you know how many chemicals are in hot pockets? They are convenient and can be delicious, especially if you make them yourself. This homemade ham and cheese hot pocket recipe is a kid pleaser. You can make it in bulk and freeze it for several meals to save a ton of time.
I use the pioneer woman’s pizza crust recipe for this because it’s perfect every time. She knows what’s up! Click here for the dough recipe.
Cooking with kids is great fun and there are so many things kids can learn. Math, science, motor skills, cooperation, taking turns, and many other things about cooking are beneficial to kids. In addition, kids are 80% more likely to try new foods if they helped prepare them. This healthy egg and vegetable breakfast casserole recipe is a winner.