Every parent wants to feed healthy and tasty food to their child. In this video, Pottery Barn Kids Nutritionist, Leith Brooks shows us some delicious yet wholesome recipes which can be added to the kid’s lunch box.
Seasonal fruits and vegetables served with wholegrain breads provide your child with energy and stabilize their blood sugar levels at lunch. Make a roasted chicken sandwich with cucumber slices, cheese and lettuce and cut it into a star shape for fun.
A wholegrain wrap is another balanced meal where you can use leftovers and add nutrition to your kid’s diet. Roll the wrap with white beans, brown rice, colorful veggies like cherry tomatoes and chopped lettuce.
You can also cook a healthy soup using protein-rich beans, carrots, onions, tomatoes, swiss chards, whole wheat pasta and pour it into the Pottery Barn Kids’ hot-cold food containers.
For dessert, give your child freshly sliced fruits instead of chocolate. It is a healthy option for a sweet treat for your child and provides great nutrition. Prepare a yogurt dip that’s sweetened with maple syrup and cinnamon powder.
Use the Pottery Barn Kids Klean Kanteens and fill it with water and add slices of orange or lemon, or whatever that your child prefers.
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