If you are struggling with getting your child to eat, try offering your child more foods he or she can dip. Kids love to interact with food. Let your child dip everything, if that’s what gets him or her excited to eat healthy.
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Greek Yogurt or Plain Yogurt
Yogurt with Honey
Add honey until you reach the sweetness desired. You can add a little syrup for extra sweetness.
Yogurt with Almond Butter or Peanut butter
Recipe: Mix: 2/3 Yogurt and 1/3 almond butter or peanut butter.
Yogurt with Cucumber and Dill
Check out the recipe for Yogurt with Cucumber and Dill dip
Curry Greek-Style Yogurt Dip
Coconut Maple Peanut Butter Dip
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Coconut Maple Peanut Butter Dip (or any butter replacement like almond butter)
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Recipe here for Marinara Sauce.
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Use any ketchup or you can make your own following this recipe for homemade ketchup. Tip: Check your bottle of ketchup to see if it says it has 3 or 4 grams of sugar per tablespoon then that means for every one tablespoon of ketchup your child is eating a teaspoon of sugar! (4 grams of sugar = 1 teaspoon) Ketchup has become a sugar delivery device. We switched our kids to a sugar-free variety and they never even noticed!
Mustard or Honey Mustard
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Find a number of different homemade BBQ sauce recipes.
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Authentic Middle Eastern Hummus
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Aioli & Flavored Mayonnaise Sauces
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Get the recipes here. If you have left over egg yolks, here are creative ways to use them.
Get the Copycat Zax sauce here.
Need even more ideas?
What dips do your kids love? What foods are your kid’s favorite to dip?
Share your ideas in the comments.