I don't know about you guys, but my toddler LOVES to dip his food in sauce. One great way to get him eating his vegetables is to give him something to dip them into. Unfortunately, store-bought sauces are often filled with extra sugar and artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
This is a great dipping sauce recipe as it takes about 30 seconds to put together, and you can create so many flavour variations using the greek yoghurt base!
Just mix together in a small cup or bowl and serve!
DID YOU KNOW...
You will often see yoghurts advertised as being "probiotic" which means they contain live bacterial organisms which have a beneficial effect on the balance of good bacteria in our digestive systems. Not all yoghurts are probiotic, check the label before buying to ensure that it contains live and active cultures.
Raw honey contains natural vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes, and many other important natural nutrients. These nutrients are destroyed when honey is heated and pasteurised. It is worth noting that eating pasteurised honey is almost the same as eating refined sugar, without any of the health benefits of raw honey.
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Try to minimize distractions at meal times. Turn off the TV, take toys away from the table, etc. Toddlers are very easily sidetracked and will find it difficult to sit still and eat while so many other things are going on.