Do you struggle to get a nutrient-dense meal on the table each night that your kids will actually eat? You’re not alone. I know one family that eats dinner out at least 5 nights a week. Sure, it’s easy to order a Munchery meal or stop by your family’s favorite restaurant on the way home from soccer practice. However, these actions send powerful messages to our children that food is an afterthought and inconvenience, and leads them to believe it has no impact on their health. You can change your whole approach to your family’s food philosophy with a simple, executable plan for getting quick meals on the table that everyone will eat. Contact me to find out how I can help you painlessly make gradual changes for meal planning and preparation with lasting impact!
In the meantime, I hope you will join me on Monday July 27th at the Mt. Baker Community Center for a Kids Kitchen community event bringing together children and their caregivers to explore food and make lunch together. It’s a surefire way to get your kids cooking with you in the kitchen and guaranteed to be fun for all involved. Plus, you’ll get to hear some of my tips, tricks, and tools to inspire you along on your food journey. Register now for this free event to hold your place.