"I keep it simple. If you want your kids to enjoy food and eat healthy, just do it," she said. "Make it fun. If it looks fun, they're going to eat it."
Reach Julie Robinson at jul...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1230.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Compartmentalized plastic containers
Silicone cupcake holders
Any sandwich, cut into any shape
Roll ups in any combination of meats, cheese and vegetables -- wrapped in a tortilla, if desired.
Stacks of cheese cut in decreasing sizes of the same shape.
Naturally small fruits such as blueberries and grapes
Visually interesting food such as peeled clementines and sliced kiwis
Vegetables in fun shapes: broccoli trees, halved cherry tomatoes with cheese centers on a pick, julienned red pepper or carrots, edamame