I have been trying to make lifestyle changes not only to my diet but to my family's as well. I want to give my kid's good habits. I am making little changes to some of our favorite dishes we enjoy. I am looking to add more of the good stuff and less of the bad stuff.
-Baby Spring Mix
-Kontos Greek Lifestyle Flatbread
I pull the chicken of the bone so it will be easier to serve. No technique needed. The left over chicken can be placed in a plastic container for another meal on a different day.
I buy the Organic Baby Spring Mix from Sam's. 3 oz = 20 calories
From the Taylor Farms website-(may contain some or all of the following baby whole leaf varieties: green leaf, mizuna, green romaine, tango, green oak, green chard, baby spinach, arugula, frisee, tatsoi, mache, red chard, red leaf, lolla rosa, red romaine, red mustard, radicchio, red oak, beet tops).
This mix can provide Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron. No need to chop or shred.
I like to buy grape tomatoes because my daughter loves to eat them like candy. I also buy Roma tomatoes. I cube the tomatoes. Usually for 4 of us, I only need 2 tomatoes. Any extra tomatoes my daughter will eat anyways. No wasting food here.
Then each person can top their own flatbread with as much or little as they want. You can sprinkle a lime juice, hot sauce, and some shredded cheese as well.
Kontos bakery line ranges from flat bread to pizza crust and best of all orders include free shipping.