Whenever I can, I give effort to make a cute meal for Azumi. I don't do this everyday though but I make sure that I always serve a balanced meal, it doesn't necessarily have to be cute. There should always be fruits and small portion of vegetable.

Anyway, I'd like to share this cute food I made last week :)

Azumi's Happy Meal

Boiled Eggs covered with Nori Seaweed (for hair look)

Spam cut in different faces and shapes using cutters

Tofu mixed vegetables

Purin (pudding) for dessert


and Low Fat Milk

SO here's the Happy Kid

Azumi's Happy Meal

There are lots of ways to make food appealing to kids and encourage them to eat their fruits and vegetables.

Smile when you serve their foods.. it's very rewarding when you see them smiling back to you.

Anzu’s Mum

♥ ~ ♥ ~ ♥

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12 kawaii thoughts:

Mirage said... [Reply to comment]

Kawaii bento, kawaii chibi yo!!! I've yet to start my kawaii bento for the kids, it's a shame they can only bring sandwiches to school ;)

Pink MagaLine said... [Reply to comment]

Now, that's a perfect meal. Sarap ng tofu soup huh. Very good talaga si Anzy.. she eats healthy food! :)

Pearl said... [Reply to comment]

That happy meal looks so scrumptious!! And oh she is so happy! I can't wait to give it a try myself! Thanks for posting :)

Please check my FTF entry for this week: Hap Chan Dinner
Much ♥,
Sassy Chef Recipes and Reviews

vernz said... [Reply to comment]

so lovely the smile... so yung sobra sa cutter ikaw yung kumakain.. hahaha... cute naman neto..

The Pepperrific Life said... [Reply to comment]

I should do the same with my kid, as she is a picky eater! Mealtimes are always a struggle...
Here's my entry

anne said... [Reply to comment]

Absolutely very rewarding ang cute ng smile ni ANzu

Mel Avila Alarilla said... [Reply to comment]

Wow, the meal is not only cute but it's a veritable work of art. Ang cute cute naman, kasing cute ni Anzu, hehehe. I believe you are also artistically inclined to be able to come up with those cute artistic ideas. Anzu will benefit tremendously from her artistic and cute mom, hahaha. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

Tetcha said... [Reply to comment]

I salute you, Mommy! You put so much love into preparing your daughter's food, and I'm sure she loves you more for it! Her meal not only looks good, it's healthy, too! Here's my entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2011/04/food-trip-friday-philly-cheese-steak/

rose said... [Reply to comment]

Sarap naman kaya laging happy si anzu eh.

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

haha ako nga :) sayang eh lol

Jenn said... [Reply to comment]

More than the good looking plating, I think the kids loved the effort the parents put into their foods.

Hopping here from Food Trip Friday, if you have time, please check out my foodie experience at Felicity Patisserie, my FTF post this week. Thanks a lot!

dothy said... [Reply to comment]

Kahit ako cguro gaganahan kumain pag ganya yung pagkapresent ng food. Sana magawa ko rin yan for my kids. :)

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