Cheese, Spinach and Walnut Spread

Moms, how often do your little ones complain when you give them food they do not like? Do you regularly hear “eww, I don’t like that”, “what is this?” and “there is nooo waaay I am going to eat that”? Well, we are going to let you in on a little secret – the easiest and quickest way to get your child to eat something they do not like, is for them to not even know what it is that they are eating. This method works by “camouflaging” ingredients into a meal. For example, prepare ice cream with honey and add a cup of chokeberries, a fruit your child would never eat alone because it is bitter. The chokeberries will color the ice cream purple, your child will gladly eat the snack and you will feel peaceful knowing the large amount of vitamins and minerals consumed. You can use this technique for nearly all fruits and veggies available. Prepare various vegetarian sauces for whole-grain spaghetti, porrige with fruit, spreads with grains and nuts, or anything mushy you can think of! The trick lies in the type of seasoning you use! Therefore, season the sauce, spread, dip or smoothie well and your child will never guess what ingredients are hidding inside. Enjoy playing around and helping your little ones the eat healthy!

Check out our recipe for this healthy cheese, spinach and walnut spread and write your impressions in the comments bellow.

(4 servings)
– 1/2 cup walnuts
– 5 cups baby spinach ICEBERG SALAT CENTAR
– 1 cup white crushed cheese
– 1 stem of fresh rosemary ICEBERG SALAT CENTAR
– 1 pinch of salt

1. In a food processor, crush the walnuts into chunks.
2. Add all remaining ingredients and continue blending until combined.
3. Serve with homeme flour-free bread or refrigerate in glass jar up to three days.

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