I don’t think beans get enough credit. They are easy to prepare, high in protein and come in all shapes, sizes and flavors. Picky eaters can be hesitant towards beans so it’s good to understand the difference in the varieties. Try tasting two or three different kinds at once for comparison. Having a conversation about likes and dislikes at the dinner table can help narrow down picky behavior.
For today’s challenge…
TUNE IN TO TODAY’S FAMILY FOOD SUMMIT PODCAST FEATURING
TESS MASTER is a self-confessed ‘Blendaholic.” Australian-born Tess Masters is a cook, writer, actor, voiceover artist and author. She is the powerhouse blogger behind theblendergirl.com and her debut 2014 cookbook, The Blender Girl: Super-Easy, Super-Healthy Meals, Snacks, Desserts, and Drinks–100 Gluten-Free, Vegan Recipes! is hot now.
As a vegan, Tess Masters shares recipes ranging from plant-based milks to cocktails, dressings and copy-cat dishes. She realizes many households have differing eating habits so she’ll address cooking for a two-diet household for The Picky Eater Challenge.
- On her blog, Tess Masters – aka, The Blender Girl – shares easy plant- based recipes that anyone can whip up fast in a blender for quick and fun ways to prepare healthy food.
- Tess suggests that “You don’t have to compromise on health, nutrition, or good eating just because you’ve got pressing things to do. Enter the blender, which makes healthy fast food possible. This phenomenal machine is the greatest culinary gift bestowed on us since fire and spoons! Blending makes life easier, levels the playing field in the kitchen, and allows anybody to whip up nutrient-dense, tasty foods with limited skills and time.”
TODAY’S CHALLENGE “TWEETABLE”
“beans are underrated #dinner #pickyeatertips”