I am unsure of which continent my childrens’ palates come from.
Isn’t cooking for and eating with children tricky?
They love their Mexican food so perhaps they are North American after all. But meat and potatoes they won’t eat. Turkey dinner with all the trimmings (turkey, potatoes, salad, cranberry sauce, stuffing…) is YUCKY for my boys.
Throw a plate of cheese, meat and olives in front of them, with some raw vegetables and fruit, the plate will be bare before we can give thanks.
Here was our lunch today:
I combined the best of both Mexican and Mediterranean worlds by adding a few corn chips to the plate!
Next stop: Indian, for dinner!
One day our five year old decided he didn’t like bananas anymore, another day it was meat. Now it is hit or miss if he will eat the meal put in front of him.
Our youngest will eat anything that you put on his plate, as long as it isn’t a vegetable. The vegetables get thrown on the floor for the dog. Seriously, baby OC has quite an arm!
Our middle guy, he only eats fruits and veggies, pasta “naaaah”, meat “sometimes”. He is the easiest to cook for at the moment as I think he is growing and hungry.
The one never fail snack that I can put in front of everyone is a smoothie. Today it was a can of coconut milk, banana, frozen local blueberries and peaches. That’s it, that’s all. And you throw in a cool twisting straw and they are all slurped up! Vit C, D, B and all!
Now I just have to get up the guts to throw some kale in there. Would they know?