Picky eaters are no fun and only make feeding time more stressful, but leave it to Peppa Pig to save the day
If you are reading this feature, it’s either because you’re a parent who struggles to get their toddler or kid to eat what you make for dinner (or any meal) or you’re wondering how on earth Peppa Pig can help at the table.
Are we talking about putting on the TV, tune in to Peppa Pig and serve lunch? No. In fact, a study shows that watching TV while eating is not a good idea. You’re better off with the TV away, unless it’s a fun movie night with snacks, of course.
Do you have a picky eater? Join the club! I have resorted to making fun shapes out of peanut butter sandwiches and other fun ideas, but Delish just introduced something new that I’ll just have to try soon: Peppa Pig food paint.
Pappa Pig food paint to the rescue
This isn’t just any food paint, it’s made from fruit puree and even I want to try it out for myself. The source shares that the food paint can be fun on waffles, pancakes, oatmeal, and even ice cream. I don’t know if I would encourage it on ice cream, that’s something all kids already love.
I would suggest it on oatmeal, some healthy pancakes, a bowl of fruit with fruit I know my kid won’t otherwise eat, some carrots, perhaps, you get the picture.
The box of Peppa Pig food paint comes in strawberry, peach, and blueberry. The box shares that it is organic fruit puree and it’s only about $5 a box for all three tubes. Not a bad deal for wanting to test it out.
What are your tips when it comes to picky eaters?