It’s time for another funky what our vegan kid ate today video!
Today we show you her favourite meals and vegan recipes from our daughter’s typical day in Thailand.
Durian is currently in season, plus we also show you our trip to the local market.
What our vegan kid ate today — mango stew recipe
Now, it must be said that — not every kid enjoys eating their greens. Elanie’s the opposite and she loves to munch on them, especially lettuce and spinach.
The other day I quickly blended some tomatoes and greens together because I was in a rush and simply didn’t have the time to spend chewing a large salad of greens. Well, Elanie ate some of my blended green soup and said it was “delicious.”
She has always eaten simply since the day she started eating solids, so her tastes and preferences will be different to children who have been exposed to stimulating and processed foods that are loaded with salt, sugar and additives to intensify their flavour.
Yet your children absolutely need a diversity of health promoting nutrients, so adding raw foods becomes vital for their development.
So this mango stew recipe is very simple to make, yet super delicious and personally we love it. Go on and give it a try and see if you and your kids will like it too!
- 1 cup
- 1 medium tomato
- ½ cup cherry tomatoes
- 2 halves of sun dried tomatoes
- 1 medium cucumber
- 1 celery stalk
- 1 cup chopped lettuce
- Blend together ½ cup mango flesh, 1 medium tomato, sun dried tomatoes and celery.
- Pour this mix into a bowl.
- Chop the cucumber, cherry tomatoes and remaining mango.
- Place into the same bowl.
- Serve and enjoy, highly nutritious!
Feel free to log your meals in the comments section!
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