These bloggers, all busy moms, understand kids’ fussy tendencies and parents’ lack of time. If you’re looking for a big helping of inspiration for healthy food that even kids with fickle taste buds will adore, look no further than our favourite foodie mom bloggers.
Kelsy was a passionate foodie and loved spending hours in the kitchen. But after her daughter was born she struggled to find the time, or energy, to cook – except during her daughters nap time. She has dozens of recipes which you can whip up when you only have limited time.
Sugar free mom Brenda is your go-to for sugar free, gluten free and low carb treats that don’t skimp on taste. She is a self-professed chocolate lover and her blog you’ll find countless scrumptious chocolate desserts, from cheesecakes to cookies to cake to doughnuts.
The name of Sara’s blog was inspired by family dinner time – which can indeed feel like feeding time at the zoo. Her blog is a comprehensive source for all types of recipes, everything from appetizers, snacks, side dishes, desserts, baking, breakfast and Asian food, that have been tried and tested on her own picky eaters.
Ashley combines her professional expertise as a registered paediatric dietician, and personal experience as a mom to share tips and advice for feeding kids and toddlers. Great evidence-based resources from an expert and mom to two apprehensive eaters.
Catherine uses her degree from Manhattan’s Institute of Culinary Education as well as her experience of being a mother of three to create simple, healthy meals that the whole family will love. Her blog is a great place to go if you’re looking for inspiration for school lunches and wholesome snacks.
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What are you putting in your kids back to school lunch? This is the first year I’ve got 3 kids at school with different ages, preferences and levels of hunger! I’m on a mission to make ONE basic lunch and tweak each bento box to their preferences ? Here’s what I made on day one! •Back to School Banana Granola Butter open faced sandwich?? •Cucumber Flowers ?? •Melon balls?? •Rice stick crackers •Dye free jelly beans