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wonderful ideas food decoration for kids

Many mothers suffer from an inability to persuade her children to eat fruit and vegetables. But today we give you 21 beautiful food and fruit decoration ideas which take the attention of the children and make them happy when to get the fruit dishes.

Try these ideas to motivate your kids , the eyes eat first!.

On this page, we want to inspire you with ideas for food decoration and vegetables for making the taste of pleasure and fun by making funny faces of fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins.

Food and drink are an integral part of our lives. The situation is different with the children. For them, the fun and games are most important. Children want to frolic and play


 In fact, it’s hard to convince your child health nutrition such as vegetables and fruits. Mostly kids love candy, colorful things and full of sugar even if unhealthy.
One of the biggest challenges facing parents persuade a child healthy food and stay away from sweet and harmful.
Perhaps today it easier on you and to help you with some ideas for vegetables and  food decoration and scrumptious to do it in your kitchen.


 Children volatile mood, day after day, and we can not always, in the same way, their satisfaction. they need for renewal and diversity all the time






An innovative way to convert the fruit such as strawberries and carrots, grapes and Kiwi with crisp snacks, to beautiful shapes such as fish and star and little turtle



 









This idea very wonderful colorful This idea very wonderful colorful Butterfly shaped and appetite for children, using many fruits such as oranges, strawberries, Kiwi, grapes and berries
and appetite for children, using many fruits such as oranges, strawberries, Kiwi, grapes and berries
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