Food For Thought!

Kerry Gibb

Kerry Gibb is a mum to four lively boys and the author of It's A Kid's Life - a series of books aimed at children aged 7 - 11 years old.

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  1. linda hobbis says:

    My two (7 and 6) come home from school ravenous. Sometimes they’ll have apple and diced cheddar, sometimes Quavers and sometimes chocolate. As long as there’s a balance of healthy foods I think we’re doing OK! We don’t let them have sweets / chocolate every day and we do ration the portion but to veto it altogether is rather unrealistic I think. If you make something too unobtainable (or banned) as soon as they get pocket money they’ll be buying chocolate and sweets on the way home from school when we don’t know about it. Id rather know (roughly) what they’re eating now. I’ve got Deliciously Ella by the way. I’ve looked at it but full marks for having got as far as having a spiraliser!!!

    • Kerry Gibb says:

      I totally agree with you Linda. By the way, I used my spiraliser today on courgette and carrots and put them into the boys stir fry with noodles. Amazingly they ate the whole lot up so my spiraliser gets top marks today! 🙂

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