Moms - this I can really empathize with.
I'm the cook in the household.
I never said I was good. More specifically, I suck ass at cooking
But I am the cook.
I do enjoy it.
But one thing I don't enjoy?
HAVING TO COOK SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR THE WHOLE FUCKING HOUSEHOLD!
It seriously drives me bonkers.
Moms - the one thing we have in common is that we both have less than zero time in our schedule.
So making 3 different things (if you have to prep food for your significant lazy ass significant other...jk love you babe) is the absolute worst.
I'd rather get kicked in the balls tbh.
So here are 3 healthy recipes even your kids will eat (with a taste of a little unhealthy with my flexible dieting twist...because what's the point of eating health if you can't have 🍕🍪🧇?)
These are all baby friendly btw (#teambabyjulie)
Breakfast Banana Oat Pancakes (Prep time: 1min)
Grease a pan on low to medium heat
In a blender, add 1/2 cup dry oatmeal (20g), 1/2 banana (60g), 1/4 cup egg whites (45g), 1/4 cup spinach (10g)
Add to the pan, cook 2-3 min per side
Top with blueberries
Add syrup to get your kids feigning for these like crack (probably not the best analogy of kids doing drugs but 🤷🏼♂️)
Parmesan Crusted Chicken (Prep time: 3min)
Butterfly cut 1 boneless/skinless chicken breast (you can do more if you want to bulk prep this)
Pound the chicken breast into thin strips (you can buy the thin chicken breast strips to save time)
Put a couple beaten eggs in a bowl and dip the chicken both sides in
Get a bowl of bread crumbs with parmesan cheese and coat the chicken on both sides
Transfer to a greased pan or cooking sheet
I usually do 425 so it's a bit crispy
Cheesy Avocado Pasta (Prep time: 5min of actually doing shit)
Get some chickpea pasta and cook it fully (usually 8-13 minutes)
Drain is and cool it
Get 1/2 avocado and smash it up
Add dairy-free cheese and a little almond milk to a greased pot, stir until cheese like consistency
Toss both everything together in a bowl, add seasonings depending on your kids preference