• Baking Class: Cooking with Children & Veggies

  • Kids Recipes for Home & School
  • By: Sarah Mancini
  • Narrated by: D.J. Simmons
  • Length: 1 hr and 28 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Do you struggle to get your child to eat the vegetables on their plate? Is it a constant battle when you try to give them healthy foods? Do you wish you had the secret of getting your child to at least try a new, healthy food?

If you resonate with these questions, then you are not alone. Almost every parent will face these struggles, and I’m sorry to say, there isn’t some magical secret that will get them to eat those healthy foods. But there are some tricks to get them interested in those healthy foods.

Children like food that gives them instant gratification, meaning they have to taste good. To be fair, so do adults, but we have a palette that is a bit more mature, and we like flavors that children simply aren’t used to. This is why children like foods like chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese. Commercials advertising macaroni and cheese as a great meal for children isn’t helping, is it? All you want for them to do is try a little broccoli, but then, they watch TV and see other kids getting to have these other foods that they already know tastes great, and there goes the broccoli.

Children see green, and they think gross. They think it’s going to taste bad, so they don’t want to eat it. Even when you eat it and say things like, “yum” or “that’s tasty” they still refuse to try it. You beg and plead, but all it does is to make you frustrated. 

There has to be some way to get through them, right? 

There is, and that’s what this book is here to help with.

In this book, you will learn:

  • Tricks for getting your child to eat veggies
  • Reasons why you should get your child involved in cooking
  • Recipes that your child can help you cook
  • The importance of vegetables in your child’s life
  • And much more!

Dinner time doesn’t have to be a constant struggle nor do they have to be mac n’ cheese and chicken nuggets every night. A child’s palette may not be as developed as an adult’s, but with a little work, you can get them to eat “grown-up” food.

The book will help guide you through the best way to get your kids on the right track with food. So don’t wait any longer. Get this audiobook today and learn what to do to get your child to eat that “nasty” stuff on their plate.

©2019 Sarah Mancini (P)2019 Sarah Mancini

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