Seeing a food, touching it, and tasting a small bite are significant exposures. One of the best tips I have for you is this one…get your children into the kitchen every chance you get. Sometimes helping in the kitchen creates a less intimidating food trial than at the table so as long as no raw eggs or other unsafe food is involved, let your child test away! Here are a few ideas that will need appropriate supervision based on age and can be offered with more independence as the child gets older and as their experience grows. She is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for nutrition, fitness, and all things related to motherhood. There is great value in having children in the kitchen as we prepare meals and baked goods. It can lead to a bigger mess at times and some recipes may take a little longer but the benefits for our children are priceless! Over time you will find that as their comfort level goes up, your stress level goes down and over time the chaos fades and all that is left is amazing memories and meals! You know your child best and can determine what will be suitable for them.
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