As she wages a personal war against sugars, packaged foods, and other nutritional saboteurs, Seinfeld offers appetizing alternatives for parents who find themselves succumbing to the fastest and easiest--and least healthy--choices available to them.As she wages a personal war against sugars, packaged foods, and other nutritional saboteurs, Seinfeld offers appetizing alternatives for parents who find themselves succumbing to the fastest and easiest--and least healthy--choices available to them.Read Less
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Fast to make easy to follow and good content
Jan 27, 2011
great ideas and i have shown to a bunch of people and they are inspired to order as well
Feb 7, 2008
I Love this book. I have a 4yr that only likes chicken nuggets and mash potatoes. And a 12mnth old that is just starting to eat regular food. I find it is very easy just to pull out the puree food and put a spoon full in what ever you are making. I tried the French toast with Carrots I could not tell the carrots had been added. I definitely recommend this book.
Publishers Weekly, 2007-10-01 Seinfeld, mother of three and wife of comedian Jerry, devised an elegant plan: puree fruits and vegetables and incorporate them into kid friendly dishes like Mac & Cheese (cauliflower or beans); Chicken Nuggets (broccoli); Chocolate Cake (beets). The recipes blend nutrition into a meal and harmony into mealtime. Seinfeld writes that mealtime should be about "happiness and conversation" not about "power struggles and strife," and her plan diminishes nagging. Although her program is easy, Seinfeld is honest about the need for shortcuts and offers some good ones. The nutritional breakdown of each vegetable/fruit featured in the recipes is valuable. While some parts smack of self-promotion (she encourages parents to share her recipes with other parents), Seinfeld does supplement her recipes with sound tips for learning to say no to junk when kids ask, encouraging conversation, getting children to participate in prep and cleaning, and developing age-appropriate eating habits. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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