Deceptively Delicious - Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food Jessica Seinfeld is revealing the secret that changed her family's life and could help change yours as well. It is quick, easy, delicious, and sneaky as can be! Dr Oz thinks she is onto something big and so does Oprah.
Jessica Seinfeld's secrets are not only good for children; they're a real treat for parents too. I'm definitely hungry for a second helping!
--Liz Lange, Founder and CEO, Liz Lange Maternity, and mother
Like many busy mothers, Jessica Seinfeld used to dread mealtimes. Her efforts to coax her three children - all under the age of seven - to eat a variety of nutritious foods werent working. For years, she prepared balanced meals with the vegetables she loved, meals that were routinely met with, Ewww, gross! at even the sight of broccoli, cauliflower or spinach.
As the dinner table in the Seinfeld home became increasingly unharmonious, one evening she decided to try something different - something so simple, easy, and quick, she couldnt believe she hadnt thought of it before. She made a nutritious meal and to her amazement and delight, her kids gleefully ate both their favourite food and a full serving of vegetables - without even the slightest objection.
Jessica Seinfelds winning formula? As she divulges in DECEPTIVELY DELICIOUS: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food, she hides pureed vegetables and other healthful ingredients - food that my kids wouldnt touch in their natural form - in proven kid-pleasing dishes, including macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets and burgers. This stealth tactic lets her make all kinds of simple, fast, nutritious meals that her kids love and that the whole family can share.
Now Jessica is sharing her secrets with parents in DECEPTIVELY DELICIOUS. Approved by eclectic kid taste-testers, husband Jerry and other friends, the recipes for breakfast treats, finger foods, comfort favourites and desserts are sure to make the whole family run to the kitchen table.
Jessica Seinfeld is the founder of Baby Buggy, a non-profit organisation that works to provide New York City's families in need with clothing and sundry essentials for their infants and young children. She lives in New York with her husband, Jerry, who never complains about eating his veggies, and their three little recipe tasters: Sascha, aged 6; Julian, aged 4; and Shepherd, aged 2.
Review: Finding ways to get children to eat healthy balanced meals can often be a struggle, Deceptively Delicious combines nutritional knowlege with simple steps to get your children on the right track without them realising.
Author: Jessica Seinfeld