Calling all parents & caregivers with a #pickyeater on their hands 🙋♀️. do you wish your kiddo would try a "green" thing or dream of the day when mealtime is pleasant not stressful? if so, our upcoming #workshop@middlebergnutrition on april 17th is for you! our pediatric specialist @pjalali will discuss the most effective tools in the game to manage a picky eater (and even have some fun while doing it). we are offering 2 sessions (space is limited): * 10:00 - 11:30 am
* 5:30 - 7:00 pm
email sydney@middlebergnutrition .com to sign up or learn more .
These are my green muffins! perfect for st. patrick's day! ☘️and - they're delicious. in fact, they're a staple in my house. ⠀
these are made on the regular, particularly because my picky 3 year old just loves them. plus, they are packed with 5 ounces of spinach per batch! and of course they're gluten-free and they're also nut-free! here's the recipe: ⠀
☘️1.5 cup – bob’s red mill gluten-free flour ⠀
☘️2 tsp baking powder⠀
☘️1/2 tsp baking soda⠀
☘️1/4 tsp salt⠀
☘️1/2 c honey or maple syrup⠀
☘️1 large banana⠀
☘️5 ounces spinach⠀
☘️1/2 c butter, unsalted⠀
☘️3 large eggs⠀
☘️2 tsp vanilla extract⠀
☘️preheat oven to 350 f and line a muffin pan with liners. ⠀
☘️whisk all dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. set aside. ⠀
☘️place all wet ingredients into a blender or food processor and w**z until completely smooth and combined. ⠀
☘️combine the wet ingredients with the dry ingredients. ⠀
☘️spoon batter into the muffin pan and bake for about 15 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean (muffins should not be brown on top).⠀
☘️cool and enjoy! ⠀
Getting your kiddos to cook 👨🍳 in the kitchen is easier than you think! ....
giving them simple tasks can make things fun! here are a few ideas my 2 year old enjoys helping with:
👨🍳getting items out of the fridge, 👨🍳mixing something in a bowl, 👨🍳dumping pre filled measuring cups into a bowl or filling them himself, 👨🍳cutting lettuce or herbs with a dull knife ....
what are some ways you get your kiddos involved in the kitchen?
Why do we give selah daily sunshine?🤔 daily sunshine was formulated with the building blocks of kids' nutrition in mind.
its kid taste approved (which any parent knows is huge!). it includes 10g of plant-based protein, as well as the equivalent of a full serving of fruits and vegetables based on usda guidelines.
daily sunshine truly gives her more of what she needs to help her thrive.
who is daily sunshine designed and formulated for?
daily sunshine is a snack that was designed and formulated for kids 4+. in addition to a kid-approved taste, it provides the building blocks of nutrition that kids need every day - with an organic fruit and veggie blend, organic pea protein, and healthy fats.
what are the daily sunshine ingredient groups? • fruit and veggie blend • healthy fats • plant-based protein • probiotics • fiber • vitamins and minerals
daily sunshine comes in a concentrated powder equivalent to 1 full serving of fruits and vegetables. 5/8 serving of fruit ((chocolate - 4.45 g dried apple, strawberry, and blueberry powders) (strawberry banana - 4.5 g dried apple, strawberry, banana, and blueberry powders)) and 3/8 serving of veggies (1.95 g dried sweet potato and spinach powders) per smoothie. each 28 g serving provides the equivalent of ½ cup fruits and vegetables (volume before drying). #kidnutrition#feedkidsrealfood#helpthemfocus#goodfoundation#teachkidstobehealthy#ihavehighstandards#pickymomapproved
Last night’s dinner #leftovers in today’s @planetbox rover for school lunch. pineapple tofu jasmine rice with blood oranges, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries with a @chicagoveganfoods dandies marshmallow for a treat.
If you think planning for, prepping, cooking, and serving healthy meals that your kids will actually eat is an impossible feat? i’m here to tell you it isn’t. this is where we begin. #ottk#planforsuccess#youarenotalone