Today I have a review for you of an eCookbook called Healthy Eating For Kids. This book has a ton of fun healthy recipes for kids. For disclosure purposes I want to let you know that I did receive a copy of this eBook for free so that I can look through it to let you know what I think. The opinions in this review are 100% mine. So, here we go…
The first thing I liked about this eBook is that it’s 78 pages long. Sometimes, when you get an eBook it can be under 20 pages. If I was buying it I’d like to make sure I was getting my money’s worth. It’s definitely worth the money. Just reading the introduction of this eBook got me excited. I totally agree with the author when he says that “Healthy eating doesn’t have to be a chore for your children. By thinking of eating healthier as an adventure
rather than as a diet, finding foods that are fun and tasty for kids as well as being satisfying and nutrient-rich, and letting your children participate in selecting and preparing their own meals, you can make healthy eating exciting.” This is one of the things we believe in at Fit Moms Fit Kids Club. We LOVE for our kids to help prepare meals, and eating healthy should be a positive and fun adventure!
Healthy Eating for Children includes a selection of over 60 fun and healthy recipes in six different categories, including:
Lunch at Home
Packed Lunches for School
Evening Meals at Home
Each recipe is designed to include the vitamins, minerals, and macronutrients that your child needs to stay healthy, strong, focused, and energetic. Some of the recipes are Applesauce with Cinnamon Tortilla Dippers, Wicked Stepmother’s Black Apple Juice, Homemade Ginger Ale, Taco Stuffed Potatoes, Robin Hood Wrap, Squashed Mac-n-Cheese, and Simply Be-licious Sorbet. My kids loved the titles of these recipes. I think with cool names like this kids will want to try them!
One of the recipes I’m looking forward to trying is the Sneaky Spaghetti Sauce. This “sneaky sauce” adds zucchini, broccoli, carrots, and eggplant into the sauce by pureeing it first! You don’t have to worry about your kids freaking out about the color, or the texture because it’ll all be hidden in the sauce! According to the Healthy Eating For Kids eCookbook you can swap out the veggies, and try different ones every time. This healthy cookbook for families gives suggestions on what to use.
Final thoughts? I like it a lot! I think this eCookbook would be a great addition to anyone’s kitchen. If you are looking for pictures and fancy fonts, this isn’t for you. It’s a no frills, simple eCookbook, with some great ideas. I found that they were very thoughtful in using low to no salt in the recipes. Low to no sugar options. The recipes used fresh veggies and fruit most of the time. Even the meatball recipe has you to finely shred zucchini to mix into the lean ground beef. I loved the dessert ideas! The desserts were all desserts I would not mind giving to my own kids. It fact, it’s given me a ton of ideas of desserts we can have that I won’t feel bad about them (or me) eating. One example is the Simply Be-licious Sorbet. This would be quick and easy to make, and a great ice cream alternative that uses 2 types berries! There were no exotic ingredients, lots of fresh items, and many things you probably have already in your pantry.
If you are a busy mom looking for a cookbook with fast and simple healthy meals, healthy snacks, healthy drinks, and healthy lunch ideas that your kids would enjoy, this book is for you!
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