Choosing and packing Paleo and kid-friendly meals and snacks for kids can be fun, especially if you involve them in the process. When packing up a lunchbox, be sure to include protein (think meat roll-ups or eggs ), vegetables (carrot sticks or lettuce wraps), healthy fats ( guacamole or chipotle mayo for dipping) and fruit (grapes or apple slices). Try one of these 21 kid-friendly recipes — from snacks to breakfast ideas to an occasional dessert. And be sure to involve your kids in the prepping and cooking process for extra buy-in!

P.S. Have a look at Paleo Restart , our 30-day program. It has the tools to let you reset your body, lose weight and start feeling great.

Let’s think a bit more about  kiddos.  Are their taste buds different than a grown-ups?  Sure, of course they have a more sensitive palate, especially the younger ones who are developing faster than the speed of light and kids are different every single day.  Feeding kids healthy paleo foods does not mean expecting your little ones to love kale and collards or to hear them beg for more asparagus; it’s about offering them healthy choices and revelling in the fact that kids will eat real food when that is what you have to offer!!

Remember when you first started eating paleo?  You really craved those carbs, you cried for your daily doses of sugar, you probably, if like me, hated everyone in your family for at least a week because they were an easy target as you longed for your nightly bowl(s) of banana nut clusters.  But what happened next?  You started to feel better.  The cravings went away.  You realized that you loved how real food tasted and you started looking forward to your paleo meals and stopped wanting to die for your old food.

Kids are the same exact way, I promise.  We just have to give them a chance.  There are ways to make the transition less traumatic or not traumatic at all for that matter, and I have an entire section in my book dedicated to helping parents be successful in getting the kids on board the paleo train, and I will talk about the most important step here.

So I’m not one to make my food in football shapes. Or use dye to color my food in my favorite teams colors. Probably because I don’t have a favorite team. But my home states team (the Broncos) are in the Superbowl this year so I’m obligated to act excited. I’d honestly rather just be moving into my new apartment and organizing crap than watching to game. But for social stigmas and reasons, I will be watching to game. Mainly so I can snack on food all day long and it’s not considered binge eating. Thanks, Superbowl.

Here is a list of my favorite snacks and game day recipes that will make all your guest happy and you feeling less bloated come Monday. Sorry I don’t have any cute shape food, but real food doesn’t shape and color that easily. One of those downfalls about eating real food. Enjoy! Kbye.

“Sorry I don’t have any cute shape food, but real food doesn’t shape and color that easily. One of those downfalls about eating real food.”
– This is awesome. & true. Go Broncos!!

Choosing and packing Paleo and kid-friendly meals and snacks for kids can be fun, especially if you involve them in the process. When packing up a lunchbox, be sure to include protein (think meat roll-ups or eggs ), vegetables (carrot sticks or lettuce wraps), healthy fats ( guacamole or chipotle mayo for dipping) and fruit (grapes or apple slices). Try one of these 21 kid-friendly recipes — from snacks to breakfast ideas to an occasional dessert. And be sure to involve your kids in the prepping and cooking process for extra buy-in!

P.S. Have a look at Paleo Restart , our 30-day program. It has the tools to let you reset your body, lose weight and start feeling great.

Let’s think a bit more about  kiddos.  Are their taste buds different than a grown-ups?  Sure, of course they have a more sensitive palate, especially the younger ones who are developing faster than the speed of light and kids are different every single day.  Feeding kids healthy paleo foods does not mean expecting your little ones to love kale and collards or to hear them beg for more asparagus; it’s about offering them healthy choices and revelling in the fact that kids will eat real food when that is what you have to offer!!

Remember when you first started eating paleo?  You really craved those carbs, you cried for your daily doses of sugar, you probably, if like me, hated everyone in your family for at least a week because they were an easy target as you longed for your nightly bowl(s) of banana nut clusters.  But what happened next?  You started to feel better.  The cravings went away.  You realized that you loved how real food tasted and you started looking forward to your paleo meals and stopped wanting to die for your old food.

Kids are the same exact way, I promise.  We just have to give them a chance.  There are ways to make the transition less traumatic or not traumatic at all for that matter, and I have an entire section in my book dedicated to helping parents be successful in getting the kids on board the paleo train, and I will talk about the most important step here.

Choosing and packing Paleo and kid-friendly meals and snacks for kids can be fun, especially if you involve them in the process. When packing up a lunchbox, be sure to include protein (think meat roll-ups or eggs ), vegetables (carrot sticks or lettuce wraps), healthy fats ( guacamole or chipotle mayo for dipping) and fruit (grapes or apple slices). Try one of these 21 kid-friendly recipes — from snacks to breakfast ideas to an occasional dessert. And be sure to involve your kids in the prepping and cooking process for extra buy-in!

P.S. Have a look at Paleo Restart , our 30-day program. It has the tools to let you reset your body, lose weight and start feeling great.

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