Friday, April 11, 2008

Sneaky health

Have you heard of those books that give ways to sneak nutritious foods into meals kids will eat? Yeah. I do that for myself.

Pictured was my attempt to hide broccoli in my spaghetti sauce. (Ok, it's not really "hidden", per say, but it allowed me to eat broccoli without having to taste it!)First I pulverized it in the handy chopper...

Then I mixed it into my meat sauce. [Yes, I need to work on better "plating" of my food if I plan to post it for all to see.] :)

6 comments:

RC said...

umm...is it concerning to you at all that the broccoli you bought says "broccoli wokly" on the bag?

AK said...

That is a great idea! I'm definitely doing it in the future. And I did get a good laugh out of the "Broccoli Wokly" on the bag!

Anthony said...

I love that this post came RIGHT AFTER the cookie post.

Kimberly said...

You crack me up Grete! I had never thought about "hiding" vegtables in other foods. If I have problems getting Linden to eat her veggies one day, I am calling you for cool ideas like this! :-)

Aimee said...

hi grete! thanks for stopping by the blog. i'm just doing it for fun.

yes, you can add a link to me on your blog. :)

Mary Ann said...

Jerry Seinfeld's wife wrote a book on this topic...then she was being sued for plagerizing...