Twitter Party Tonight! Meal Planning for Picky Eaters

Thursdays Just Got More Organized- on Twitter

It’s Thursday so that means it’s time to talk #mealplanning on Twitter with The Organized Cook!  Join us this evening as we discuss meal planning ideas for our picky eaters.

 

Meal Planning for Picky Eaters

Every family has that one “picky eater”.  Not only do I have one but I was also a picky eater as a kid, so I can relate on both levels.  I found that the visual aspect was the primary component in determining what my kid will eat.  “I don’t like leaf-ess (the plural to leaf apparently) in my rice” my picky eater told me.  So, omitting things like parsley and keeping ingredients basic is the key to getting her to try new things.  Oh, and throwing in a little cheese never hurt either.

Picky Eaters Meal Planning from The Organized Cook Weekly Meal Plan System

At speaking engagements or through email, questions and comments about picky eaters is common.

So, if you’re a parent of a picky eater, help is on the way!  Our first Weekly Meal Plan for picky eaters has arrived and is this coming week’s menu for subscribers to The Organized Cook.

Picky Eaters Meal Planning from The Organized Cook Weekly Meal Plan System

 

Test Drive The Organized Cook

Want to test drive The Organized Cook?  Simply leave a comment below and tell us about your “dinnertime rut” challenges and we’ll send you the Picky Eaters Weekly Meal Plan for free!

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One Response to Twitter Party Tonight! Meal Planning for Picky Eaters

  1. Karen Le Billon December 1, 2011 at 11:41 pm #

    I love this idea of a focus on organization and planning: it’s really key to solving most family food battles. Picky eaters (like all kids) thrive in a structured environment, and planning helps create that structure. Looking forward to learning more!

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