With all this pureed baby food I’d been making and buying for Charlee I got to thinking…
while Trey (2 years) is a great eater, wouldn’t it be cool if he was eating even more fruits and veggies?! Well, it dawned on me that why not “hide” it into our normal foods. Kind of like my Mr. Grinch Smoothie and Black Bean Brownies.
Anyhow, the other month I was making sloppy joes and had opened a can of organic sweet potato puree for Charlee. As I stirred my cooking meat I thought…..”why not?” So I scooped about 1/2C into the sloppy joe meat and viola, “dinner’s ready boys!” 😉 I waited till J’s and Trey’s servings were half gone to let them know of my new recipe….I don’t think either heard me has they continued to clean their plates! Success!
A few days later I pureed cauliflower and added it to Trey’s, Annies Organic Mac & Cheese. Another success!
A great resource for more ideas is Deceptively Delicious.
Until next time…
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