Guest Author - Jennifer Murray
Do you find it hard to choose and/or prepare healthy foods for your kids? Do you find that your kids will not eat the healthy foods that you do prepare for them? Are you stuck in a rut, making the same foods for your child over and over? If so, then "SuperFoods for Babies and Children" (Reed Business Information, 2006) is the book for you.
Every parent wants the best for their child, including what they eat. But choosing the right foods and preparing them in a way that your child will eat them is sometimes difficult, if not downright impossible. In "SuperFoods," best-selling author Annabel Karmel shows you exactly how to choose and prepare healthy foods that your child will love because they are visually appealing and taste great, and you'll feel better knowing that what your child is eating is boosting his or her health.
"SuperFoods" is not just recipes; it's also a guide to choosing the right foods based on Karmel's advice of choosing by color, outlining different colors and their corresponding foods. Of course there are over 130 delicious recipes, including Strawberry Rice Pudding, French Toast, Carrot Cake, Fish & Chips, and Drumsticks with Barbecue Sauce, with mouth-watering full color photos. But there is also a meal planner to guide you in what you prepare and serve, a section on food allergies, a listing of foods for common ailments, and tips for dealing with picky eaters. "SuperFoods" is also broken down into age-appropriate food selections, from 6 months to 3 years and on.
Definitely recommended for all parents who want to provide their children with the best foods possible and have all the information needed to do just that.
About the author: Annabel Karmel is a mother of three and best-selling author of books on nutrition and cooking for babies and toddlers. Annabel travels frequently to the U.S., where her books on feeding babies and young children are very popular.