I wouldn’t say my kids are picky, but they just aren’t the most well-rounded eaters. They could eat fruit and most veggies all the time – but to get them to eat meat is another matter all together. They eat breads and most pastas, and definitely baked goods, but anything outside of chicken nuggets (and those even occasionally) or maybe a cheeseburger (if they eat half of one) is harder to get them to eat.
What’s a Mom to do?
Look to other moms and try things that might or might not work, and hope they work. My friend Jeni that I interviewed a few weeks ago has a great blog full of tasty and healthy recipes and she cooks for her 4 kids a lot. So, this week when I have sworn off fast food I needed some quick go-to meals for them.
She recommended some crescent ham and cheese rolls that she makes for her daughter. My kids will eat anything they can dip: broccoli in ranch dressing, fruit in just about anything including CFA sauce, and these they ate right up when I gave them some honey mustard to dip these rolls into. Never underestimate the power of dipping sauce.
- 1 roll refrigerated crescent rolls
- about 4 slices honey ham
- ¼ cup shredded cheese
- salt and pepper
- Preheat oven according to rolls pkg directions.
- Pull apart ham slices and put a little ham and cheese in each crescent roll.
- Roll up and place on ungreased baking pan.
- Top with a little salt and pepper for extra savory seasonings.
- Bake according to directions.
- Let cool. The inside filling will be too hot for most kids right out of the oven.
- Serve with their favorite fruits and vegetables and of course dipping sauce.