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GIVEAWAY! Win a free copy of IQS Kids Book!

It’s giveaway time!

I’m going to be giving one reader a free copy of the new I Quit Sugar Kids Cookbook!

This book is exactly what you need if you’re trying to get your children eating healthily but are struggling for ideas and inspiration. In the beautiful book you’ll find:

  • 85+ fructose-free party recipes, breakfast ideas, lunchbox snacks and afternoon treats.
  • Handy conversion widgets, substitution charts plus a shopping list generator.
  • Safe sweeteners and how to use them.
  • Tips and tricks from experts and health-conscious parents.
  • Ideas to get the kids involved in cooking and growing their own food.

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How To Win?

 

To win a free copy of this ebook* all you have to do is leave a comment below or on the facebook post with your top paleo kids idea or tip. It could be a healthy snack idea, a school lunch tip, a paleo baby weaning idea, or perhaps a fun way you’ve found to get your children to eat more veggies.

So what’s your top idea for paleo friendly children’s ideas? Leave your comment below.

The winner will be selected at random from all comments left (both on this page and on the facebook page) by midnight 27th April and I’ll announce the winner on the 28th April! Good luck – and keep the tips and ideas coming!

You can find out more about the I Quit Sugar Kids Cookbook here

*Please note that this is a digital book – I’ll send the winner the file which can be read on any computer or ereader device
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5 replies
  1. Tanisha
    Tanisha says:

    my kids love egg “muffins” as i snack. i chop up a variety of veggies, mix up like an omlette and pour into greased muffin tins(greased with coconut oil) to back for 20 mins at 350F. the more color the better, and if my 3 year old picks the veggies shes all for it!

  2. Sharon
    Sharon says:

    I give my kids a “Shrek Smoothie”.
    Baby English spinach and coconut water – blended.
    Then add frozen fruit (usually half banana + berries).

    They love it and it gets a stack of greens into them!

  3. Matilda
    Matilda says:

    My kids love helping me in the kitchen. Sure sometimes they get in the way, but other times, it really helps enjoy the process of cooking and enjoy what they are eating more.

    I also always make sure that there is a veggie on their plate I know that they will eat.

  4. Vicky
    Vicky says:

    I often look after my friends youngsters, one thing I do is give them a bowl of veggies as a starter. This they always eat, though if I include as part of the meal the veggies are left.
    Another thing I do is for pudding give them a pealed orange each, cut up, they both love it.

  5. Samantha
    Samantha says:

    My kid tip is to make smoothies and sneak a few veggies in there….they are none the wiser.

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