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How to Get your Kids to Eat Healthy | Carrot Soup | The Crunch Bunch | Fancy Hot Dogs | Ice Cream | Scotttish Shortbread | Toothpick Chicken | NEW: Broccoli L'Orange



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The recipes I've included here are tried and true on my own kids, and a pickier pair I've never seen.

Some of them involve the kids cooking too, and some of them are a little bit sneaky tricks to get them eating, or just eating right. Getting kids to eat healthy is a job all by itself, and one that sometimes makes parents want to give up and simply put a vitamin on the plate and call it a day.

Visit the Blog for GrownupsPreparing meals I always feel is the easy part. It's planning them is what gets me. Deciding what's for dinner is the real chore --especially since my six-year-old and my eight-year-old have VERY different tastes, but neither of them likes cheese. (Ever HEARD of such a thing?)

Anyway -- here's a start. Feel free to write in with more. When I have enough, I'll put a month's worth of recipes together and we'll all have a plan to download -- complete with leftovers, all organized.

Don't forget to include your e-mail address in case I have a question. Keep in mind your e-mail address is ALWAYS private. I'm a real stickler for that sort of thing.

-Elizabeth Bushey

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