Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Green Eggs and Toast?

Mmmm...don't they look yummy? :) My very soon to be 8 year old son has a very limited choice in foods regardless of the "at least take a bite" rule before you decide you don't like it. I think the texture of the food matters a lot to him. Of course pizza is number one on the list(one of mine too!) french fries, peanut butter & jelly, chicken, yogurt ....and always chocolate chip pancakes for breakfast! He took a bite of my omelet the other day and now he likes eggs. So this morning it was an omelet for breakfast, but he wanted 'green eggs' so we through some food coloring in and voila.... I personally don't think I could handle the green, maybe blue or something, but hey !




Next we'll work on the ham. (perhaps a few veggies, if I can somehow make them invisible)

16 comments:

Kim Hambric said...

I don't get it. My child doesn't want to eat things that are naturally green, but put some food coloring in something & suddenly its fantastic!

Renee said...

You so totally rock. I love the green eggs. Hillarious.

Happy birthday to your baby. If you think he has horns now. Just wait.

Love Renee xoxo

p.s. one of my sisters has been staring at your blog and loves all that you do.

xoxo

Zan Asha said...

Dr. Seuss would be sooo proud! I love it! Well, not literally--the green color IS a bit strange for me to see! Hehee, but I think it's an ingenious way to get kids to eat their food! Ha!

Caroline said...

Eight are you kidding--where have I've been???

Becky said...

I love it! Green eggs and ham,I remember it well a while back LOL.If he eats them its fabulous.Now with the veggies heres a piece of advice,add them to something or put a sauce over them.Dont demand he eats them set them on the table and ignore.I bet you see he trys them himself.My youngest daughter was that way,it worked really.

island sunshyne said...

You are SUCH a cool mom! So sweet of you to make it fun for your boy...who wouldn't like green eggs and toast? :-)

xo
Angie

Benedetta said...

aww this is tooo cute and what a fun! :-)
I need to share some of my pizza recipes with you :-)

Hugs
Benedetta

Once Upon A Blue Crow said...

Food coloring makes everything wonderful right? :]
This kid doesn't let anything slide. I mean he notices everything-he even questioned me about the wee bit of pepper that were in his eggs.

Renee said...

You are so inventive. I would be 'which kind of cereal do you want.'

xoxoxo

Anne said...

Hi, Kimmie! I love that you put in the food coloring. I know the words to Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham from memory, I've read it out loud so many times! You might try putting some chopped veggies in with the eggs and pureeing it a bit before you make the omelet ... harder to tell the veggies are there? Love the picture! :-)

suziart said...

Genius!

Georgina said...

I say what ever works! LOL

Abrazos,
Georgina

Melissa A. Robinson said...

Yay! Green eggs are fabulous!

Renee said...

You are too funny and thanks for the laugh. The old pms monster. I don't miss her at all.

Forced menopause.

xoxo

Plain-n-Simple! said...

What a cute story, it will probably be his fav food for a few months!!!
HUgs,
Jackie

Lorraine said...

LOL!! It looks delicious! I bet my 9 year old son would love them!!