My guest and I got acquainted through a parenting forum 4 years ago. Like me, she also has a son of the same age. We share many common interests and chat online almost everyday with our never-ending topics. It was through her encouragement that I got started on blogging. She is my personal advisor in cooking, baking, and a handy solver for my problems with Adobe Photoshop and highly complicated html code. Though I find her a bit shy, she is definitely a very friendly and generous person. I feel very lucky to have a good friend like her. She has a food blog too. She cooks very well and takes excellent shots even with her point-and-shoot camera.
Do you have any hint who is this mystery woman I’m talking about? She is none other than Ms Alice of Bits of Taste. I am excited and honoured that she is willing to step into my humble kitchen and be my guest. Let’s give her a very BIG and WARM welcome, and enjoy the special dish she had prepared to share with us.
Today, it is an honour for me to be invited by my good friend, LK from FOOD-4TOTS as her guest post. LK places great importance on giving her son and family healthy homecooked food. I am amazed with her ability to explore and experiment with a variety of healthy and delicious toddler’s food. Her recipes come with useful tips and easy to follow steps that even a novice can follow. Her dedication and determination has since inspired me to follow her footsteps.
Last but not least, her blog comes with stunning food photography that makes you drooling. Just can’t keep my eyes staring at those beautiful shots at times.
It took me a while to think of something healthy yet suitable for toddlers to post on her blog. It is indeed a big challenge though. Fish spinach patties came to my mind one weekend when I was about to cook lunch for my son. I love the idea of using fish, vegetables and potato in making patties as a wholesome recipe for toddlers/kids. It’s full of carbohydrate, protein, fibre, vitamins & minerals that a growing child requires. This is also an effective way to coax kids who dislike vegetables to have greens in their diet. Happy trying!
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