In The Kitchen
- That One Cupcake Place
- Summertime Melons
- Fish Oils
- Father's Day Ideas
- Kick off to Dairy Month
- Watermelon Keg
- Build a Better Burger
- Caesar Salad
- Steel Cut Oats
- Family Dinners
- Tailgate with Pork
- Plate Size
- Pizza Night
- Halloween Fun
- Pumpkin Fun
- Popcorn: A PoppinÃ¢Â€Â™ Good Snack
- More Fruits and Veggies Please
- Thanksgiving Preparations
- Hectic Holiday Snacking
- Holiday Brunch
- Festive & Flavorful Holiday Appetizers
- Stuff Your Stockings in Good Taste
- Ringing in the New Year
- Live Healthy America in Iowa!
- Blue Zones: Power 9 Principles
- Foods and Drinks to Rev You Up
- Step Up Your Game with Super Edible Bowls
- Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
- Lean Beef to Lower Cholesterol?
- Tropical Fruits
- Reduce Your Sodium
- Carrots Cousin
- It's 5 o'clock...what's for dinner?
- "Munch Madness"
- Easter Brunch
- April Food's Day
- NUTritional Snacks
- Around the World in the Aisles
- Seafood Sensations
- Mother's Day Delights
More Fruits and Veggies Please
Updated: Friday, May 10 2013, 09:23 AM CDT
What to hear these words
from the young people in your house? Here are tips to help make that a
reality. Christy will share easy recipes that taste great and are
perfect for kids to help prepare.
Tips for Trying New Foods:
1.) Be a role model. Make vegetables and fruits a part of every meal. Let them see you eat and enjoy a variety of produce.
2.) A taste is just a taste. Let your child decide how much to try. Even a smell or a lick can be progress for some!
3.) If at first you don’t succeed…try, try again. Tastes and interests can change in a day, a week or more. Keep offering.
4.) You can lead them to a new food, but you can’t make them eat it. Keep meal time positive.
5.) Involve kids in the preparation. Children are more likely to try a food they have helped prepare.