Friday, October 30, 2009

I need your help! SOS! WOK! PAN!

Did you know that I am single-handedly keeping Morningstar Farms in business? Me and the company are such good pals I'm a Facebook fan. I'm a member of their prestigious Insider's Club. Junior's on their Chik Patties like a...oh crap, it's early, insert witty simile. Or is it metaphor? Did I mention it's early?

I'm begging you, if you know of any good toddler cookbooks, tell me what they are. Junior wants to dress up as a Morningstar Farms Veggie Riblet for Halloween and cute as he'd be, it'd be so nice if we could wean him off the pre-made stuff and onto something Mama Mullet made.

P.S. Please, please, puhleeeze don't suggest Jessica Seinfeld's kiddie cookbook. I think the family has enough money and the cover design is so hokey!

P.P.S. I was not paid to write this post. Not even in black bean burgers.

13 comments:

Sara said...

My kids eat Tyson chicken nuggets probably 5 days a week. :S The Pioneer Woman www.thepioneerwoman.com Ree Drummond has an amazing cookbook out (just released Oct 27). Down home cooking. She has four kids. It's on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

I really like "The Big Book of Recipes for Babies, Toddlers & Children: 365 Quick, Easy, and Healthy Dishes" - you can 'look inside' it on Amazon...here's the link:

The Big Book of Recipes


There are others linked in there as well (you might also like). :)

Good luck! :)

Lindy said...

It's called the menu board at the drive-thru.

I don't know if it's out for purchase but you could probably call ahead and find out.

Anne said...

I am afraid I can't help you. I usually make up my own recipes (although I do like the Gourmet cookbook). Sorry I couldn't be more help :(.

Pricilla said...

I have no children so I can't help you although I have been married for 28 years. To a man....does that count as a toddler?

Grand Pooba said...

Haha! Um, I've got a few dog biscuit recipes.

The Mother said...

Can't help. Never did find anything the kids would eat.

HoodChick said...

My husband eats like he's still a toddler. I've finally started sneaking some healthy things in on him - but the freak still won't eat fruit unless it's in a pie!

Vodka Mom said...

sorry- no help here. The only one I use is the Cheerios cookbook from our school library.


xo

Julia said...

Uh... No cookbooks but we seem to get into a mac and cheese rut occasionally. I make a mean turkey meat ball that the kids gobble. I can send you the recipe if you want. They also make good patties.

I LOVE the Morning Star Sausage patties. Costco used to carry a giant box but then has them NO longer. Sad me.

Lisa said...

I bought this:

http://www.amazon.com/Toddler-Menus-Mix-Match-Healthy/dp/1598695630

I wish I could say I've tried every recipe. That would be a lie. I'm with Sara...mine eats the Tyson nuggets freakishly often.

SLColman said...

At least he is eating!! I agree that the Pioneer Woman has some great recipes!

Mad Woman said...

Discovery Toys has a cookbook called Kids Krunchies Too.....it's pretty good!

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