Good morning and welcome to week 26 of our ‘What Kids Eat Wednesday’ linky! Every Wednesday, I and three other family bloggers (see their details below) post this weekly linky to find the best kids food ideas – from fun food for kids, easy recipes for kids, school lunch ideas, easy and healthy recipes for your family to learning and sensory activities for kids involving food.
Each week I pick three of my favourite posts from the previous week to feature here. There were loads of fantastic posts linked up last week (do pop back to last week’s post and check them all out) and as usual I had trouble picking just three to feature this week. A big thank you to everyone who linked up for the last few weeks, do come and link up again today!
First of my three picks is this fantastic guest post from Sylina Lunches for Kidgredients sharing 10 fun ways to use bread in packed lunches.
Going along the same theme of great healthy eating tips, these 10 Sneaky hacks for getting your kids to eat fruit and veg from Mumma Hack caught my eye – there are some great tips in the post!
Last but not least, after all those great healthy eating tips I thought a treat was in order too, so picked the delicious looking caramel kisses recipe from Aussie Mummy’s Diary – yum!
If you’re a blogger and would like to link up to this week’s linky, please click here for the linky guidelines. We will check out every link and feature our favourites the following week, so if you’re looking for some quick inspiration, be sure to check back next week to see my favourite picks from this week’s linky! We’ll also be pinning all linky entries to our What Kids Eat Pinterest Board, and we’ll do our best to tweet out all the entries too.
I hope you find some great inspiration here, be sure to check out my awesome co-hosts and see what posts they picked to feature from last week too!
Kylie Archer, Kidgredients
Shannon Carino, BentoLunch.net
Jennifer Tammy, Sugar, Spice & Glitter
Grace Hall, Eats Amazing
Join the party by linking up below, and don’t forget to link back to us – we’d love you to use our cute button if you’d like!