Organic is what you’re looking for, but most importantly, it has to taste good. They won’t eat it, if it doesn’t taste good, will they?
In fact, it can be tough getting young children from toddler age to eat. They can be picky, they can be fussy, and they can be downright cantankerous about it.
* Check out this fantastic looking Mild Chicken Tikka Recipe from Organix for children, and adults alike. Perfect for your little ones! Ingredients listed below:
- 1 tsp cooking oil
- 50 g onion
- 140 g chicken breast
- 40 g red pepper
- 1 Mild Tikka Paste Pot from Organix
- 50 g passata (tomato paste)
- 80 g cherry tomatoes
- 90 g full fat yogurt
- sprinkle of washed & chopped coriander
I remember when I was young, my mother let me each just about anything I felt like because it was so difficult to get me to eat anything. I wasn’t searching for junk either – I preferred vegetables, and fruit, but it was definitely a struggle.
Organic wasn’t something that was common jargon around the kitchen table, but if it was mainstream at that time, my mother would have been all over that too! What a good mom…
Organix makes nutritious foods for your child (and for you too, if you want to eat it too) that are organically nutritious, and save you a heap of time.
Now, you are still cooking. You are still adding fresh, organic ingredients, but Organix will help you along the way to create complete meals that are well rounded, tasty and take into consideration the fussy palates of children.
Save yourself a bit of time and guesswork, and try out Organix for your children. It’s still made by you, and you have “creative control” – in other words, you can substitute out anything you want to adjust it to what works best for your child and you.
How cool is it that they have a Tikka sauce for kids…that’s so adventurous compared to what they produce for young’uns here in North America.
Using these cool ideas will help broaden your child’s experience with food, expand their palates and hopefully, make them a lot less fussy, while they are learning to enjoy eating their food.
Food should be something that’s enjoyed, instead of just gulping it down. We must teach our children to savor their food, so as to help them with knowing when they are done eating…curbing over-eating & child obesity. #justsayin
If you are from North America, and didn’t know, there is a large influence of South Asian culture in Europe, especially in England & Scotland, that I know about. They embrace South Asian cuisine as a melting-pot of their own. Beautiful!
I hope you enjoy this Kids Recipe on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
Be a Champion in Your Kitchen & Eat Deliciously!
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