Having a picky eater can make every meal (and snack) frustrating. These resources will help you understand why your child is picky and what you can do it about it.
Let us help you find healthy alternatives and learn to take a balanced approach to diet.
Picky Eaters Resource
Parent of a picky eater? Start here
Kids General Nutrition Handout
Use this guide to learn about general nutrition for your child
7 General Nutrition Tips for your Teen
Keep your teen eating well with these tips
Teens General Nutrition Handout
This guide is a useful resource for teens and their parents
Breakfast Ideas For Picky Eaters
Picky eating is common in kids and even teens! In this blog post, Feed to Succeed Registered Dietitians give their input and tips on breakfast ideas for picky eaters! Try Non-Traditional Breakfast Foods “Truthfully, I feed my picky eater non-traditional breakfast food! She loves pasta with tomato
When Is Picky Eating a Nutritional Problem?
Is your child’s picky eating actually a clue to a more serious medical problem? How can a parent tell when picky eating is becoming a health risk? In today’s video, we explore why kids reject particular foods, the different causes of picky eating, and the warning signs
Two Siblings with Different Feeding Issues
Two Siblings with Different Feeding Issues – Feed to Succeed Podcast Season 4, Episode 8 In this week’s pediatric nutrition podcast, registered dietitian Betsy Hjelmgren, RD and culinary expert Jen Karakosta addressing feeding a family with multiple feeding issues (and staying sane!). Terry Labanowski, mom of two
Here are some recipes that will make your picky eater smile from ear-to-ear!
Toddler Meal Plan
Breakfast – cheerios, 2% milk, strawberries
Lunch – ½ PBJ sandwich on whole wheat bread cut into pieces, steamed carrots, quarter-sliced grapes, 2% milk
Snack – 4 oz yogurt
Dinner – rotisserie chicken, oven baked fries, green beans, melon, 2% milk (“You are not a Short Order Cook”)
Bedtime – 1 sugar cookie