Yesterday we went out to dinner to celebrate Father’s Day which means we had some yummy leftovers for Muffin Tin Monday today!
Top Row: Penne Pasta with Sauce, Cucumber sticks and Cherries
Bottom Row: Penne Pasta with Sauce, Cucumber sticks and Whole Wheat Cranberry Teddy Bear Crackers (they are from CVS and are so yummy!)
Emily was so excited to have Muffin Tin Monday she requested a picture with her lunch!!
I love all the foods in your tin. The cranberry bears sound great. I will have to look for them.
Looks yummy. She's so adorable.
It’s great to see kids so excited about their meals that they want a picture with it! But sometimes kids can get fussy about what they eat, and when that happens, sometimes it helps to get them involved in helping to prepare the meal. Cooking with your kids is a great way to spend time with them and to teach important cooking skills as well as knowledge about portions. That’s why I work with The Healthy Monday Campaigns, which just launched a new program. The Kids Cook Monday seeks to improve family health by encouraging families to cook and eat together each Monday. Research shows that children from families who cook and eat together often are less likely to be obese, get better grades in school and eat a more nutritious diet. To see more on the benefits of family dinners, check out The Kids Cook Monday site (http://www.healthymonday.org/the-kids-cook-monday/)
We’re looking for blogs and websites to take on the challenge of starting each week with family dinners and post about their experiences each Monday. If you’re interested in participating, please email me at TheKidsCookMonday@gmail.com.
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