Family Food Fix Ep. 1: Can We Get 4 Picky Eaters to Try the Same Dinner?

Family Food Fix Ep. 1: Can We Get 4 Picky Eaters to Try the Same Dinner?

It’s here! Family Food Fix is something Laura and I have been wanting to do for soooo long. We always thought it would be fun to go right into someone’s home and roll up our sleeves to help them with a food dilemma. In our first episode, those people were the Nobbs, and we couldn’t have had more fun with Heather and her beautiful girls. We loved how honest they were about how tough it is to get kids to eat the same meal and how gross green vegetables are. Can you guess who said what? Watch and see if we got these four picky eaters to try – and enjoy – the same dinner.  Big thanks to the amazing producer Laura Lanktree who brought it all together.

Let us know if you’d like to be the next family we give a meal makeover to. We leave behind all the food we make!

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1 Comment

  1. Grace
    November 29, 11:01 Reply

    Ladies,

    I applaud your awesomeness, and I wish you lived anywhere near me at all! I have three picky eaters (only one eats meat, none eat beans, one doesn’t do pasta or cheese, and we have both peanut and tree nut anaphylactic allergies). Feeding these kids is a nightmare.

    I love your recipes though, because I feel great about feeding them despite our restrictions. I’ve had great success with the protein pancakes, and the pumpkin muffins and carrot cake cookies were both a hit with everyone. My husband and I have enjoyed many of your recipes for dinner, which we cook even though the kids don’t eat it. The shakshuka has been a particular favorite, and one of my three kids actually eats it!

    Keep the great ideas coming!

    Best,

    Grace

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