Starting this week I'm trying to feed my kids healthier! I don't feel they eat too terribly now. So I'm really just making a few small changes. Like whole wheat breads, less processed snacks & less sugar overall. Now I'm not going to extreme. I don't want to set the bar to high end up getting discouraged & quit!
Now I know that some people decide against healthier options because of money. But I want to encourage you that it is still possible to stick to a low budget AND eat healthy! Check out My Harris Teeter Trip to see my cost for the week!
I have read a few studies that talk about the effect that a child's diet can have on their behavior. And in a desperate attempt to curb some behaviors, I thought this would be a great place to start. I want to make sure I'm setting my children up for success!
Do you have any suggestions for kid friendly healthy meals???
Here are the details:
Toast, Cereal, Eggs, Pop Tarts, Banana Muffins
Lunchmeat Sandwiches, PB&J, Baked Potatoes, Leftovers
Apples, Carrots, Peanuts, Almonds, All-Natural Potato Chips (made with ingredients you can read), hard-boiled eggs,
Monday - Asian Chicken w/ Brown Rice & frozen vegetable
Tuesday - Tacos w/ Homemade Tortillas & corn
Wednesday - Crock-pot Chili w/ Cornbread Church @ 6:30pm
Thursday - Crescent Chicken w/ salad
Friday - Ham w/ potatoes, rolls, and vegetables
Saturday - Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup
Sunday - Leftovers