If you’re looking for a really simple guide to pack a healthy lunchbox – the kind your kids will actually want to eat – then try this easy “3,2,1-go” method. It goes something like this…
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Children and parents love make your own meals, here are 10 meals with ideas for each that can be served up just like tacos for you to enjoy!
What are the main factors that influence what we choose to eat? For some it might be nutrition, for others budget, for others culture…but it’s hard to go past taste.
Getting your kids involved in the cooking may come across as a chaotic activity, but we assure you it’s really worth it!
You’d be surprised how many meals you can make with seemingly nothing! And magicking a meal is a useful skill to have, to save time, money, food and stress. Here’s how…
In these uncertain time whilst trying to enterain the children more plus remote schooling, teaching your kids how to cook is the perfect and practical approach to teach maths, reading, science, and home economics all in one! After a few lessons of teaching them, you will be able to assess their ability with the ultimate test… Mother’s Day Breakfast.
While cooking with your kids may require a little extra time, flexibility, mess and patience, with the right mindset, your time in the kitchen can provide your kids with an endless amount of benefits—It may even become a frequent occurrence (which can become a delicious benefit to you!)
The festive season also means a time for festive meals and treats and so, we think – what a great opportunity to combine gift-giving with food, by making some creative and edible treats as gifts!
Ask a group of parents about their child’s eating habits and many would say they wished their child was a more adventerous eater. And trust me, since Foost’s mission is to make meal and snack times more colourful, we hear these food frustrations a lot! Because of that, we recently discussed whether hiding veggies is a good idea just to get kids to eat them. I know that most parents aren’t just frustrated that they can’t get their kids to eat, they also feel guilty about it. If this all sounds too familiar, I have some good news and bad news. The good news is that it’s not your fault! Some picky eating is just a natural way for children to approach food and we are here to help ease the journey. The bad news is that it won’t happen over night. But we’re here to help with scientifcally proved methods to help kids accept and enjoy new foods and veggies!
I’m looking forward to the time when my kids can cook me dinner but in the meantime, it’s cooking together for us.
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Forget nutrition education for kids, or even adults for that matter, we need to go back to basics and teach food education first. I might sound like a mum and dietitian gone crazy (not teach nutrition!?) but let me explain... There is plenty of pressure on parents and...