Healthy Cooking for Kids by Emily Rose, is a cookbook that caters to the young palate, but also has no butter, no white flour and no added sugar. It does use rice bran oil, honey, whole wheat pasta, plenty of vegetables and whole grains. Emily’s book contains about 100 pages – with 50 recipes, and nice photos to match. The kids can join in to help with cooking and baking and putting the food on the table because they are simple in preparation and in taste. Kids seem to enjoy foods that are uncomplicated – and I think this book fits the bill, and also manages to get in lots of good for you ingredients.
I made the Tuna Wrap Roll in about 2 minutes – I like the idea of adding avocado and cucumber into the wrap with the tuna. Give it a try, I think your kid will like it also.
Tuna Wrap Roll Recipe …
Tuna is one of our favorite ingredients (and the cats too), but I’m not always in the mood for heavy mayo. Tonight I wanted a lighter salad with lots of veggies and to me these veggies look like confetti all diced up. My husband was the sous chef du jour, doing most of the dicing though I diced the onion or it wouldn’t have been allowed into the bowl. I think the carrots probably would be a little better if they were shredded instead of diced, because their texture is tougher when diced compared to the rest of the veggies, but this was still delicious. This recipe makes enough for 6 or 8, however I had one serving and my husband and daughter shared the rest, splitting the end of the bowl together. I whisked together red wine vinegar and olive oil, for a shortcut you can use your favorite red wine vinaigrette if you like. I hoped for leftovers for lunch, but alas, not one bit left, darn it. The lettuce is from my garden. We never planted the seeds, they self seeded from last years and have taken over one of the beds. That’s a good thing!