We all know how picky children can be when it comes to food. So when a little help like this comes along, it's guaranteed to give parents new ideas to getting their kids to eat their food. The solution is simple: Food has to look interesting enough for a child to want to have anything to do with it.
Pinterest stimulates its users visually, so with the help of a couple of recipes off the pinboard community, your grueling dinner time will turn into fun times!
The 'Hungry Caterpillar' has been a children's favorite for decades. To amp up feeding time, be sure to read the book before, during or even after lunch to make the sandwich-eating experience double the fun.
2. Seven-layer Dip Cups
These kid-size servings are great for a hungry litter. Each cup has a layer of beans, guacamole, sour cream, cheese, salsa, pico de gallo, and olives. Top 'em with a few chips and you have yourself a fun eat.
3. Corndog Mini Muffins
These savory muffins look so good, it even makes it fun for adults to eat. You'll need a muffin tray and some baking tools for this, but the ingredients aren't complicated and these corndog mini-muffins are great for a quick meal, or lunches/dinners-to-go!
4. Rainbow Veggies
These are great for preschoolers. Help them learn their colors with this handy spectrum of veggies by encouraging them to eat this bunch of colorful new foods.
5. Panda Sushi
Unless you want to spend more time in the kitchen molding panda sushi on your own, you can get your older kids to put their craftiness to work. You'll of course need to buy a couple of seaweed sheets for them to work on, and look for sticky rice, but after that it's all fun times and a no-fuss dinner!