Who knew that pasta could be shaped into flowers? Since Cherry Blossoms were at its peak, which means Spring is being welcomed here in Japan, I made a Spring inspired breakfast for my little kawaii Patootee.
Nori Sea weed
Purin / Pudding
Vegetable mixed Tofu
This is how I shaped the pasta to look like a flower….
I cut the Nori Seaweed for stems and leaves.
With a little bit of creativity, you can transform leftover foods into adorable and cute foods that seems to look appetizing for kids.
My Little Patootee, Azumi
Enjoy your weekend Dearies..
Whenever I can, I give effort to make a cute meal for Azumi. I don’t do this everyday though but I make sure that I always serve a balanced meal, it doesn’t necessarily have to be cute. There should always be fruits and small portion of vegetable.
Anyway, I’d like to share this cute food I made last week
Boiled Eggs covered with Nori Seaweed (for hair look)
Spam cut in different faces and shapes using cutters
Tofu mixed vegetables
Purin (pudding) for dessert
and Low Fat Milk
SO here’s the Happy Kid
There are lots of ways to make food appealing to kids and encourage them to eat their fruits and vegetables.
Smile when you serve their foods.. it’s very rewarding when you see them smiling back to you.
♥ ~ ♥ ~ ♥
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Every morning is a blessing that’s why I start the day with a positive intention. I give so much love whenever I prepare meals for my family, making it healthy and (hopefully) delicious.
Azumi’s food is always prepared with extra effort to make it nice and cute. But overall, the preparation is easy, no special instructions nor recipes.. Just make sure there’s always fruits for side dish
Hope you get a healthy and cute food idea for your kid with this… (more here)
Pork bits + Peanut Butter Sandwich + Pikachu Kamaboko (pureed fish) + Grapes + Lychee Jelly + Tea
The Happy Little Girl
Making happy and healthy foods for my little girl has become my hobby. I can get a genuine satisfaction through it. It challenges my creativity in presenting it in a cute way that I get a pleasure whenever I see the excitement in Azumi’s face when Im about to serve the food to her. It’s easy to give our kids healthy food which they actually enjoy eating.
Have a happy meal always…