There is nothing I’d rather do less than spend hours in the grocery store and then cooking a meal for the two of us.
Hi, I’m Dan. I love my son. But I hate to cook.
I don’t like recipes, I don’t like spending a lot of time in the grocery store, I’m not good with spices, and I don’t like doing loads of dishes. I’d rather spend time with my child. I think you’ll understand.
When I became a stay at home dad, I knew I had to learn how to effectively buy, cook, and prepare healthy and nutritious meals for my son. But here was the catch: I am not good with recipes, and I don’t like the kitchen or the grocery store.
The result of my trial and error is this book. I’ve taken all my wasted time and burnt food and developed the blueprint for feeding your child healthy, nutritious meals day after day in a way that minimizes prep time and clean up time.
This isn’t a fancy recipe book, and it’s not an over-the-top vegan, gluten free, organic food encyclopedia.
Why is that?
Because you do not have to be a professional chef or dietician to feed your child healthy meals. In my case, you don’t have to be very good at cooking at all.
Here are just a few things you’ll learn from this book:
– The only two sections you should stop at when you are in the grocery store.
– The best two methods to cook foods.
– How to minimize dishes.
– When is the best time to cook your food.
– The one thing you have to remember when choosing foods for meals.
– How to minimize your child’s exposure to food allergies.
– What is the best order to serve foods to your toddler.
– How to safely prepare food so your child does not choke.
– How YOU can benefit from this meal plan.
This is the list and explanation of easy to remember “best practices” that I wish I had when I started making meals for my toddler.
If you stink at cooking or hate the grocery store, this book is for you. But even if you know your way around the kitchen this book will still open your eyes to a few rules that will minimize your time with chores so you can maximize time with your toddler.
The tips in this book give you a blueprint to healthy eating for you child, all for less than it costs to prepare a meal for the both of you.
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Dan Cullen is a stay at home dad. He makes animal noises, colors, goes for walks, sings, and changes diapers.
I became a stay at home dad pretty suddenly. My wife got a job offer we couldn’t refuse, and in the span of two weeks I went from the role of financial provider to day-to-day caregiver of our toddler. I had to learn how to feed him healthy foods quickly. I wanted to provide the book I wished I had for overwhelmed parents who want to feed their toddlers healthy food.
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