Fun Meals 4 Kids by Gaby Fischer
Once we found the fruits and vegetables he liked best, I started to decorate his plates to make them look fun. That is how Fun Meals 4 Kids got started and I am thrilled to share it with you! www.facebook.com/FunMeals4Kids
If you look at my pictures, is quite obvious that they are not professional images made by designers using high-tech equipment. Yet, these Fun Meals are attractive enough to grab the attention of your little ones and encourage them to eat more fruits and vegetables.
I try to keep my dishes simple so they are fast and easy to recreate. You don’t need to be an artist and I can guarantee that your kids will enjoy them. Now, don’t expect that they’ll eat everything you serve them just because it looks fun.
You’ll need to be patient because it may take a few attempts to find their favorite foods, but your efforts will payoff at the end. The secret is to keep trying until you find the fruits and vegetables your kids like the most. However, it’s also important to get them involved as much as possible. Doing so, will develop their interest and it will help you integrate a healthy diet into their daily routine.
I hope you use some of my ideas to make these and other fun dishes for the kids in your life. They are VERY easy to make and quite inexpensive, all you need to add is LOVE.
Health & Happiness!!!
FYI – These dishes are made with my son’s favorite foods, but you can use other fruits and vegetables to make these Fun Meals or you can create your own. The possibilities are endless and the rewards, priceless!
Gabriela Fischer – Founder of Fun Meals 4 Kids
Gabriela’s struggle with obesity introduced her to the world of nutrition and encouraged her to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness so she could help others live healthier and happier lives.
Today, she is pursuing her passion by devoting her free time to causes that promote nutrition education and healthy lifestyles. Gabriela is currently serving as a volunteer for Dr. Fuhrman’s nonprofit organization, the Nutritional Research Foundation. Their mission is to conduct clinical research to study diet styles designed for their disease-preventing and disease-reversing properties.