Introducing your kids to new foods is not always the easiest thing to do.
In their own adorable way they can be a little bit stubborn, but it’s up to you to make sure they appreciate all the flavours that food has to offer. It offers doorways into different cultures Read on for 3 tips to make it easy.
In the kitchen
The next time you plan on making a meal, get your kid to help you with the veggies. Simple foods, like our Peppers Stuffed with Rice, Vegetables and Cheese, are edibles everyone enjoys and they’re really easy to make. You can share the kitchen space and teach them about the possibilities good food presents.
A Cultural Gem
Different cultures offer awesome ways to bring food together and experience new taste sensations. One of the most successful cultures at doing this is the French, and it’s not by eating snails. The Baguette is a bread that everyone loves and it’s probably because it partners so many different ingredients. Teach your children to make this French Loaf with Cheesy Mince and Mushrooms and they’ll never go hungry again.
Breaking in the Basics
Slicing, dicing and comfortably handling larger kitchen instruments is not something you pick up overnight. It usually takes some practice and often requires some supervision. So, to make sure there are no accidents, teach your children how to do the kitchen basics with this Easy Butternut and Spinach Lasagne. It’s easy to make and fabulously delicious.