Details for 101 Recipes for Children
Food provides nourishment for the healthy growth of a
child but it also has a psychological aspect. The table
can become a battle field. The parent can insist, “This is
good for you,” and the child can stubbornly say, “But I
don’t like it.” This book aims to give parents the choice
to provide a healthy and nourishing diet, while respecting
the right of the child to be a child - to have child-like
cravings and preferences.
With a little wisdom and the right recipes, one can make
food that is child-friendly in size, uncomplicated in
taste, and fun to eat. The child does not have to become
aware of the parent’s ‘hidden agenda’ to cram in all the
required proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals
that promote strong bones, sustained energy, and all the
building blocks required for the growth of body and brain.