When it comes to getting into healthier eating habits, sometimes the biggest hurdle is getting the entire household on board. We’re sure you hear from your clients daily that getting the entire family on board is the hardest part.
Not to worry, we’re here to help. We gathered feedback from That Clean Life members and rounded up some amazing ideas including how to adapt recipes for the pickiest of eaters and favorite meals that are on weekly rotation.
If you are having trouble getting the support of your family when it comes to nutritious meals, here are some suggestions from those who have been through it. Simply click the title to add it to your client’s That Clean Life meal plan!
"My littlest guy loves the granola recipes on his yogurt. TCL chocolate chip cookies and muffins are always a hit."
Pancakes are always a go-to family-friendly meal. They can also be made in advance, and reheated in the toaster or toaster oven.
"Just started introducing solids with my 8 month old, and he throws less of the sweet potato pancakes (minus the maple syrup) on the floor" - Kristy
Kid-friendly and adult-friendly too!
"My youngest loves the ‘pesto pizza’. It is in weekly rotation at our house." - Susan M.
"For soups and stews, I just make sure to chop things chunky enough for my little to grasp, and serve the broth separately from the solid ingredients." - LeChing V.
"I often make deconstructed versions of the meals when I plate my boys' dinners (they hate things mixing). Generally the "finger foods" are a winner with my boys, but I try to expose them to a variety of foods so that they learn to like it. Had a mom win this weekend where both boys finally ate stew and discovered they like it!" - Kristin E.
"I have a very picky toddler and have most success with slow cooked soups (chicken noodle was a hit) and bolognese/turkey meatballs (+they are easy to make which is a huge bonus in a busy household)."
Remember our Pulled Chicken & Pesto Wraps? Add the chicken to the food processor with your pesto for an ultra creamy spread. Roll it up in brown rice tortillas and slice into kid-friendly pinwheels!
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