Some one once told me that, once you have kids your whole world revolves around them. The time that you get up in the morning, what & when you eat, where and how you go out, what time you sleep! Practically everything.
This fact is more than evident in the kitchen when you have to think of new dishes to entice your child into eating what you want them to eat. The challenge of course is to make ordinary things look & taste interesting enough for them to have it. At the same time you have to make sure that they are getting the essential nutrition so that they have the energy to do all that running around that they do.
While I dont have to think too much about little S’s lunch & dinner since she does like the vegetables, I am stumped for breakfast ideas. It has to be quick for the weekdays, filling & nutritious plus she has to like what she is eating too. So here I am, asking all of you to come up with your own tried & tested Breakfast dishes for this month’s Cooking For Kids event.
This was originally started by Sharmi of Neivedyam and will be hosted on taste Buds for the month of March.
The rules are as below:
1. Cook anything vegetarian (eggs are allowed) that fits the theme which is ‘Filling Breakfast’ and post it on your blog on or before 3rd April 2010.
Update (1st April): The deadline has been extended to 24th April 2010
2. Include a link to this post and to Sharmi’s CFK page in your post.
3. Email me at bhagya03[at]gmail[dot]com with ‘CFK’ in the subject line and include your name, your blog’s name, the name of the dish, permalink of your post and a picture of the dish, 250 pixels wide.
4. Old posts can be sent if you update or repost them with the above mentioned links.
5. The deadline for sending in the entries is 3rd April 2010.
6. If you are a non blogger and wish to participate, just send in your entries along with a picture, if possible, on the above mentioned email id.
So bring out all your tried recipes or come up with new ones!
Anyone interested in hosting future editions of Cooking for Kids, please drop in a line to Sharmi at sharmikomal[at]gmail[dot]com.
PS: The round up for Think Spice:Think Amchoor will be put up by Monday (8th March).