Picky eater? Half the struggle is in the presentation! Having a fun or interesting way to serve a meal may just tempt your tyke to try it out! Here are 10 meals on sticks that may just convince the kids to take a bite!
Skinny Raspberry Dip and Fruit Skewers: This healthy and tasty dip makes for the perfect after school snack! By putting the kids' favorite fruits on a stick, you not only encourage them to eat healthy, but show them that eating healthy can be yummy too. Get the recipe by clicking here.
Breakfast Banana Pops: Encourage the kids to start their day off on a healthy note with these banana pops! They are also ideal for busy moms because you can take them on the go, so if you're running late you can still eat them in the car. Click here to see the recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie!
Sandwich on a Stick: You can feel confident that when you pack this sandwich on a stick into your kid's school lunch, he won't be trading it away for a second dessert! In fact, the other moms may start copying you after this one. (via Moore Minutes)
Ranch-Style Steak and Potato Kabobs: Fire up your grill and start skewering! This meal is great for a warm night and your husband will love it! To get the recipe, click here.
Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad on a Stick: Salad on a stick? Yep! Serve as an appetizer or the main course. This is a fun way to redo salad and impress friends and family at the next block party. (via Tablespoon)
Baked Corn Dogs: If you kids is picky, then try this recipe! It's always a hit with little hands, and because it's baked, you can feel better about this than about anything you'd buy in the freezer section! Click here for cooking instructions.
Tandoori Grilled Broccoli and Cauliflower Kebabs: Disguise your kids' least favorite veggies in a smokey and tasty way! This Tandoori styled recipe will change the way your kids see vegetables! (via Veggie Belly)
Skinny BBQ Chicken Kabobs: If the warm weather has you ready to be outside, get grillin'! These chicken kabobs are skinny, tasty and fun! Let the kids put the veggies on the stick for you so they can get involved. For nutritional info click here.
Avocado and Tuna Skewers: By putting it on a stick, you may be able to convince the kids to try something new! Both avocado and tuna may be out of their comfort zone,, but not for long! (via Juls Kitchen)
Berry and Honey Yogurt Popsicles: This is a DIY popsicle recipe that you and the kids will love! They are creamy, delicious and full of yummy ingredients. Get the full list here.0comments
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