An eating routine may not seem to have much to do with what and how your child eats, but consistency and clear expectations during mealtimes can actually improve both your little one’s appetite and behavior at meals. Kids who eat all day likely aren’t hungry for meals and therefore tend to not eat or behave well when it’s time to sit down.
I created this list of gluten-free and dairy-free breakfast ideas for children with autism who are on the special diet. These are all easy to adapt if your child doesn’t have these needs.
Children on the spectrum experience many barriers to eating a nutritious diet. Sensory issues that limit the variety of foods a child is willing to eat is one that parents find most frustrating. Try these protein ideas for every sensory seeker.
The never-ending struggle that every parent has faced: what am I packing my children for lunch? I share my foolproof formula that keeps this question easy and simple.
Most kids benefit from eating at least five times a day. That’s a minimum of two snacks! If you’re always wondering what to serve your kids for snack that is healthy and fun, you’re in the right place.