Will your Kid's Eat Italian Brussels Sprouts?

These are a weekly staple, and making extra just gives you a nice treat to put on top of salad greens for a quick and easy lunch the next day!! No dressing needed!!

Are you struggling with "What's for dinner?" or how to get your kids to eat healthier? Let's get the kids involved and interested in food, health and fueling their bodies! Yes they are interested, but you must show them the way!! If you're not interested then they won't be either!! Read more below about getting you kids to eat healthier!!

Italian Brussels Sprouts (serves 4-6)


- 1 tablespoon olive oil or grapes oil

- 1 lb. Brussels sprouts

- 2 cloves garlic, minced

- ¼ cup thinly sliced sun dried tomatoes (packed in olive oil)

- 2 tablespoons pine nuts

- pinch salt

- pinch red pepper flakes

- pinch pepper

- 1 tablespoon capers


- Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.

- Once the oil is hot add in the brussels sprouts, cut side down.

- Cook until browned, about 7-10 minutes.

- Stir and add in the sun garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts, salt, red pepper flakes, and pepper, Sautee for another 3 minutes.

- Remove from the heat and stir in the capers.

- Serve

We have all done it…begged our toddler to try just one bite of a ham sandwich. Told her that if she just tries her soup she can have another cookie. Let him have his third glass

of milk between meals because at least we knew something was going into his stomach.

But somehow the idea that one day our fussy eater would eventually grab his fork and start digging into his chicken parm with gusto just didn’t materialize. We were exhausted with the stubborn refusals and so we just gave in. “My kid’s picky,” we would say while giving him a pizza for breakfast. Or “She only eats white food,” while handing our preschooler a bread and butter sandwich with apple slices for supper.

So with all the bribing, manipulating, and yes, sometimes even threatening with no desserts and time outs –you know who you are! — we are still left feeling powerless against our tiny, food-refusing demon’s strong will and seemingly endless stamina in the ongoing battle to make her eat well.

The toddler years are notorious for trying the patience of even the most calm and loving

parents. Toddlers are striving for independence, trying to figure out who they are, and

discovering how they fit in their world. And no matter how much you may be able to control what your toddler CAN’T do, it is virtually impossible to force her to do things she has decided not to. Eating is one of the few things that toddlers and preschoolers have some control over because we can’t sit them down and force them to chew and swallow. And like most power struggles, the more we worry and play games and threaten and bribe, the worse it gets.

Are you ready to remove the battle over food, and that make your home a more positive place to be. I know you want your children to grow up having a healthy relationship with food and to eat when they are hungry and stop when they are full. That way, they will be able to become healthy, active adults who enjoy food, but don’t eat for all the wrong reasons.

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