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Fun with Fondue #41 - Fun with Veggies
August 10, 2016
Hi,

Typical cheese fondue pot

Summer is quickly approaching its end (unfortunately). But we still have a handful of weeks before school starts again.

In the spirit of this upcoming return to school for the small ones, I thought I would share some ideas on how you can integrate more veggies (and fruit) into your kids' diet simply by tweaking the way you present them on a plate. These ideas are so cute, you may want to serve your dippers this way at your next cheese fondue!


Monthly Tip - Fun with Veggies

We all know some people who will not touch their veggies... But who doesn't like to have fun with food? I dare you to try these fun presentations and your children (and all other vegetable- haters) may just eat them up without whining!

I've saved a lot of Pinterest images to get your creative juices going:

Ideas on How to Present Dippers - Fun with Veggies and Fruit for fondue

View my Fruit & Veggies Board for fondue dippers


Monthly Recipe Idea

Cheese Fondue for Kids

And with all of these cute veggie arrangements, I don't think you'll be able to resist setting up a cheese fondue for your kids and their friends. What a nice birthday party meal idea!

Here's an alcohol-free cheese fondue recipe that kids love:

http://www.bestfondue.com/cheddar-fondue-recipe.html


Food For Thought

"Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch."

- Orson Welles


That's it for this month.

Want more fondue tips and ideas? Browse through my collection of fondue recipes or explore my fondue site in French.

Until next month, be careful with open flames, and have fun with fondue!



Regards,

Caroline Begin
www.bestfondue.com
www.recettesdefondue.ca

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