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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Healthy Foods Kids Will Eat (Really)!


In simple terms, our daughter HATES eating! She wont have anything other than the ready-to-eat baby foods. I want her to eat everything that we have, like other kids of her age. She sure will taste everything, but wont have it as a main course. While surfing to deal with such conditions, i found this, what Good House found out, hence i found out...

Children all over the country taste-tested "good-for-them" supermarket foods and told us which they'd ask their moms to buy.

Cereal
Welcome news for parents: Some favorites are now available in reduced-sugar versions.
Top kid pleaser: General Mills Reduced-Sugar Trix, praised by one tester for its "good flavors."
Also scooped up: Kellogg's One-Third Less Sugar Froot Loops. Noted a young gourmet, "It's fruity!"
Cereal
Welcome news for parents: Some favorites are now available in reduced-sugar versions.
Top kid pleaser: General Mills Reduced-Sugar Trix, praised by one tester for its "good flavors."
Also scooped up: Kellogg's One-Third Less Sugar Froot Loops. Noted a young gourmet, "It's fruity!"
Top kid pleaser: Casual Gourmet Lightly Seasoned Chicken Burgers. Testers compared these — favorably — to other spicy chicken dinners and to sausage.
Best veggie version: Morningstar Farms Grillers Prime burgers were rated most like a "normal hamburger."
Ice Cream
Kids do scream for ice cream — even some of the new lower-calorie vanillas, we learned.
Top kid pleaser: Edy's Grand Light Vanilla (sold under the Dreyer's brand west of the Rockies).
Stiff competition: Both Breyers Vanilla 2% Milk Light and Healthy Choice Premium Low Fat Vanilla scored high.

I am gonna try all of the above. Maybe SOMETHING works out for us??!

4 comments:

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proud mama said...

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Momm or five said...

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