The battle at mealtime continues… Here are few funny things about my daughter and food. She will not eat a plate of macaroni because she says it is disgusting but she will dip Frosted Flakes in ranch dressing and tell me “Mmmm Mmmmm, it is so delicious.” She boycotts certain foods because she says they are “Too cheesy, but will ask for a slice of cheese each and every time we go the deli department at the grocery store.” and then a food that was her favorite last week, she will push a way from her this week with the claim “I do not like this.” Siiiiiiigh!
Mealtimes are tough. Our daughter rather be doing anything else in the world than eating. We entertain her during meals with books and talking about our day, but most of the time she just wants to jump down and play. I also have noticed the larger variety of foods given to her on one plate the more she scoffs at it. We try to keep it simple. Bite sized foods work best & of course whenever I can throw something into a muffin tin or roll it into a ball, I do it.
When Mai first started her path into pickiness, there was one thing that usually never failed, wrapping her food in a crescent. I made crescent stuffed everything for a little one. I had almost forgotten about this. We had a can of crescent rolls in our fridge & I thought we could re-visit our old trick & see if it could still work it’s magic.
On can of crescent rolls or crescent dough
1/2 cup of ham finely diced
1/2 cup of finely chopped broccoli
1 tbsp of parmesan
1 tsp of water
Pepper to taste
Cheddar cheese optional
Preheat oven to 375. In a medium mixing bowl beat the eggs & water. Add the parmesan, ham, broccoli & pepper. Stir well. Roll out the crescent dough (If using crescent rolls, pinch the seams together & join into one sheet. Slice into 24 squares about 1 1/2 on each side. Push each square into a mini muffin tin opening working it around to form a cup. Pour the egg mixture into each cup filling almost to the top. Sprinkle with cheddar cheese if you desire. Bake for about 10-15. Cooking times will vary.
Mai made mommy very happy by gobbling up my muffins & daddy liked them so much he started a list of different varieties we could use to make for football parties.
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Love this! My 3year old daughter has become such a picky eater. Doing the same things your little one does. I am going to attempt to make these for her. Thanks for the idea!
I hope it works for you. Let me know. When ever our daughter eats, a ticker tape parade coming stomping through our kitchen. Lol! Good luck mama!
Yay, I loved that Mai love these and now going to have try for my picky eater, Lily soon, too! Thanks 🙂
Yes, it was great. We had a good eating weekend. I hope you had a great weekend , Janine. 🙂
Oh… These look delicious! They are definitely going on the must try list.
They were very yummy and anytime my munchkin eats is like I won the lottery.
Oh my gosh, those look so good! I can just imagine those with a cup of coffee (juice or milk for the little ones, of course) in the morning. Breakfast of superstars!
My hubby loved them too. He wants to make them for football parties.