Getting your kids to eat can be difficult sometimes. However, making fun food for kids is a great way to get them to eat. It is a simple and healthy way to make your little ones develop good attitude towards food and eating in general. By making fun, healthy foods that appeal to kids, they’ll be more likely to eat it.
In reality, though, some kids simply don’t want certain things (just as with adults), and if making fun foods for your kids doesn’t charm them into eating it, don’t force them but be sure to keep trying and keep being creative as they might start to like it eventually.
Also, it’s generally not a good idea to ban some foods you might regard as junk, for instance. Instead, banning may lead to more problems and that’s not what you want. You want to find ways to get your kids eating. So, rather than banning foods, you would do better by teaching your kids about ‘everyday foods’ and ‘once-in-a-while foods’. This way, kids grow up with a more realistic and balanced attitude towards various foods.
With this in mind, here are five fun foods to inspire kids to eat more.
Rice Crispy Treats Made With Peanut Butter
Whenever you think of fun foods for kids, think crispy rice treats. They are the epitome of fun foods for kids and you will never get tired of making this recipe again and again. The recipe entails rice syrup and wholesome peanut butter, which makes it slightly healthier than your typical crispy rice treat.
Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes
Not only are these cone cupcakes yummy but also fun to make and to look at as well. You are sure to get your kids’ appetite high with these mouth-watering cupcakes. They’re especially ideal for a kids’ birthday party and only take 50 minutes to prepare and cook.
Puppy Chow Recipe
The yummy-looking puppy chow recipe is not only tasty for kids but for adults as well. Despite the name, this recipe is not for puppies. It is made with peanut butter, chocolate chips, and corn cereal or crispy rice. You’ll love making this recipe with your kids.
Yogurt Sundae Recipe
What better way to give your kids their daily dose of calcium than through the delicious yogurt sundae recipe. What’s more, this recipe doesn’t need any baking and takes a total of 5 minutes to prepare. Simply serve some calcium-rich yogurt topped with ice cream sundae in waffle bowls and you have your kids some healthy, tasty treat.
Kids tend to love crunchy and sweet things, and these banana muffins are the perfect fun food as they’re both sweet and crunchy. They are best eaten right out of the oven, however, you can keep them in a sealed container for several days.
These five fun foods for kids are guaranteed to get your kids craving for more. That said, there are so many other recipes you can try. Just be creative and try out as many things as you can.