Do you have picky eaters, too?
Once upon a time, my son only wanted bread, pasta or crackers to eat and everything else was a struggle.
Once I started to incorporate healthier foods in WITH his favorites, we was more willing to try new things. For instance, macaroni and cheese was a big favorite. I started adding broccoli and carrots to the pasta and now broccoli is his favorite vegetable. Eventually, I started omitting the pasta and now I have a kid that doesn’t fuss about vegetables.
When my kids were young, we fed them what we ate and so salmon has always been a staple in our diet. If you kids are new to salmon, try serving chicken and salmon and offering them a little of both.
The garlic, ginger and sesame oil gives this recipe a great flavor that could even be used on grilled chicken.
I am a big fan of salads and anything that is easy to put together and easily transportable. Hello healthy lunches at the office!!
I have really taken a love for lettuce wraps. I love regular wraps, but they can be carb heavy and also feel heavy after eating them. Lettuce wraps are light and perfect spring and summer, and they are great for helping you fit into your skinny jeans!
Salads make up a large portion of my diet – for several reasons and lettuce wraps are a great way to shake things up.
Even though this recipe is for lettuce wraps, I have also used the chicken and raspberry dressing on a traditional salad – they are both great!
Have you ever had major resistance to a food and you end up liking it?
I didn’t grow up eating Brussel sprouts. Actually, I didn’t even try them until I was in my 30’s, and I thought they were going to be gross!
But, actually, I love them!
I had the same feelings to salmon, too.
The only salmon my mom cooked came out of a can. I can still eat canned salmon, but I prefer fresh any day! My kids love salmon, too; not so much on the Brussel sprouts, but we are still working on that.