Dinnertime for anyone can be difficult if you don’t know where to start. Balancing preparation time with nutritional value and cost is tricky enough as it is, but add a fussy little one to the mix and that eat-out dinner at the nearest restaurant seems especially appealing.
But there are a few ways to tick all the boxes when it comes to plating up a economical and healthy meal that will have dishes coming back clean.
All you need is a few of tried-and-tested tricks up your sleeve! Here, nutritionist and internationally-trained chef Zoe Bingely-Pullin from London’s Le Cordon Bleu School shares her advice on outsmarting picky eaters at the dinner table. Who knows, they may even turn into accidental foodies!
Text: The Australian Women’s Weekly / Additional Reporting: Sean Tan / Photos: Bauersyndication.com.au, 123rf.com