Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to choose a fun way to serve food this week.
Level of Commitment: Baby Steps
Whether you serve a silly meal of pancakes, followed by pancakes, with a side of pancakes and pancakes for dessert, make faces out of butter on a vegetable soup, or just put fruit on skewers with a fun dip for a snack, your kids (or husband, or roommates) will smile when you present food in a silly way.
It’s worth it to keep positive feelings about food.
It’s far too easy as a real food enthusiast to get morose about food – you have to say “no” to a lot of cultural junk food, you make a lot from scratch and that takes time, and you’re always thinking about nourishing your family and keeping them healthy.
This week, tap into the power of laughter to keep them healthy.
AND do it without compromising your real food nutrition.
I’m asking you to have fun with HEALTHY food.
You don’t need sugar, food coloring and processed junk to make food fun, just a little creativity (and a nudge from a silly blogger lady).
I’d love to hear other ideas in the comments for fun, healthy foods that we can surprise our kids (or friends) with this month.
And I’d like to introduce our newest sponsor at KS, Squooshi. The reusable pouches for squishy food (no pancakes, I’m guessing) are nothing if not fun. I can’t wait to get a test sample!
If you want my newest idea for fun food that’s still healthy, do enjoy perusing my silly pancake meal post from this morning.
And be sure to subscribe for recipes all week to make a super silly muffin meal!
If you missed the last Monday Mission, click here.