Donít Make Fast and Furious Food Changes

Written by Sue DeFiore


OK, moms and dads out there, we hear you when you say, my children wonít eat healthy foods. If we even sayrepparttar word, they tune out and already decide they donít like it. Well, my first response to this is ďwho is runningrepparttar 113102 house, you orrepparttar 113103 kidsĒ. If you sayrepparttar 113104 kids, you have more problems than I can help you with. Put your foot down, you and your husband, spouse, significant other, (fill inrepparttar 113105 blank) arerepparttar 113106 ones makingrepparttar 113107 living and doingrepparttar 113108 providing. I fully realize that children donít likerepparttar 113109 concept of healthy foods. However, most children donít realize that many ofrepparttar 113110 foods they do like are healthy for them. Most kids I know love peanut butter, well that is a good food for them. So try some peanut butter on that apple or celery they refuse to eat. Or try some low fat or fat free cheese sauce onrepparttar 113111 cauliflower or broccoli they turn their nose up at.

Helen's No Fuss Breakfast

Written by Helen Porter


No fuss breakfast - recipe makes one - I would suggest 2 per serving

There are few things better thanrepparttar traditional 'full english' breakfast. Sometimes, however, it is simply too much trouble. Here's a tasty alternative that will make your guests look at your culinary skills in a new light, and will involve you in minimal work, and less wahing up!

Take 1 slice of quality Ham (smoked or honey roast works best), a large egg and grated parmesan cheese

You will need a Le Creuset cook n' bake tray for this dish. Why not use www.helensrecipes.com search to find a retailer. You need to buyrepparttar 113101 Silicone 6 Cup Muffin Pan, Volcanic.

Cont'd on page 2 ==>
 
ImproveHomeLife.com © 2005
Terms of Use