Kidfresh knows what it’s like to have kids…kids who’s favorite meals consist of macaroni and cheese and chicken nuggets. Those two things don’t exactly scream health foods do they? Yet their growing bodies eat these things consistently. I already include veggies with the mac n’ cheese I make for my kids regularly. I put peas and carrots or broccoli in them. My kids have become accustomed to this. But what if you have that difficult child who turns his or her nose up at the sight of a pea on his plate? That’s where Kidfresh can help. Kidfresh specializes in Kids’ comfort foods with a secret little twist we don’t really have to tell our children about.
While you obviously want to foster a love of vegetables in your child without hiding them in his food, as a parent you can’t wait until HE thinks he’s ready to try those vegetables. Children often lack the proper nutrition daily because of a hate of something they don’t realize they’ll love later in life.
I had brussel sprouts as a kid and hated it. I had it in a wonderful buttery sauce at a wedding recently and loved it. This is just an example of how long it took me to like that vegetable. So don’t feel guilty hiding veggies in your child’s food, always encourage them to try new ones. But while you’re waiting for that love affair with veggies to unfold, Kidfresh can help you take care of their nutritional needs.
My kids love veggies, but they also love Kidfresh Chicken Nuggets and Meatballs.
KidFresh has a variety of different meals to satisfy your picky eater. From mac n cheese and fish sticks to cheesy pizza and cauliflower tater tots! I actually want to try those cauliflower tots myself.
We have not tasted the other varieties yet because they haven’t been on store shelves where I’ve shopped. But so far the kids love the nuggets and meatballs, but I have plans to go back and grab those cauliflower tots for
myself, I mean my kids.
You can buy Kidfresh Products at These Retailers:
- King Soopers
- Whole Foods
- Roth’s Fresh Markets
- Fred Meyer’s
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