Baby Cutie Cakes

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Cuties, also known as “sweeties” and officially called clementines, are a favorite citrus snacker of the kiddie crowd. These super-moist, almond meal sandwich cakes are packed with vitamin C, covered in a sweet pineapple glaze and sized to perfection for little fingers and pie-holes. Yield: Makes 16-20 mini cakes Cook time: 2 hours For the cake: 4 cuties/sweeties/clementine oranges (grate …

Grilled Cashew Butter and Banana Sammy

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Take a break from PB&J with this little spin, which combines bananas (peanut butter’s other best friend) with the sweet, creaminess of cashews and a bit of honey on crisp, toasted bread. Yield: Makes 1 sandwich Cook time: 15 minutes Ingredients: 1 teaspoon local honey 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 banana, sliced 2 slices sandwich bread of choice 1 tablespoon cashew …

Get Your Kiddos in the Kitchen

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A couple of weeks ago we talked about the “undercover veggie” strategy, and how disguising vegetables within dishes your picky eater loves can help open up their nutritional profile and, gradually, palate. Letting down that old taboo and letting your kids into the kitchen is another great way to indirectly warm them up to new foods and flavors and get …

Top Secret Cheese Pizza

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This may look like your everyday cheese pizza. Your little eater will happily scarf it down like their favorite cheese pizza. But its big secret is the cleverly disguised serving of veggies hidden in the sauce. We’ve had great success with “hidden veggie” recipes here at Whisked Foodie, and this one is no exception. It’s even been tested and approved …

Undercover Veggies

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I think I’m onto something. And that something is answering the call of parents near and far who struggle to work a nutritious amount of veggies into their young’n’s diets. I’m going undercover, finding creative and tasty ways to hide a serving of veggies where your little one would never expect it. Poor vegetables. They get such a bad rap. Remember that …