For dinner one-night last week I made chicken taco burrito bowls. We had extra taco sauce to use up from dinner another night and just a couple of chicken breasts, so to stretch out our quarantine meals- the less time at the grocery store, the better- this was what we chose.
My eldest son enjoyed his, but my second son, as you can see, was not a fan.
This is a regular occurrence in our house. I used to shy away from cooking anything I knew my kids may not like, because I was afraid of wasting my time, energy, and money. But the net result of that was eating the same meals constantly. It got very boring- and it isn’t a healthy way to live. I believe we need ALL the food- lots of variety. As they say, variety is the spice of life.
When I resolved to change how I cooked, my kids still ate. They just don’t always eat everything they’re served, and that’s ok. Feeding picky kids is a marathon, not a sprint.
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