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11/5/12 2:30 P

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Thanks for the idea. What temperature do you back them?

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11/4/12 5:50 P

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My son is an extremely picky eater! He's almost 6 and only in the last 6 months has he started eating meat.(Only chicken) So he loves chicken nuggets and in an effort to make them healthier I first dip the chicken breast pieces in egg whites and then almond flour. I bake 20 minutes on each side. The whole family enjoys them, they're crunchy and delicious!

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11/1/12 9:28 A

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Make what they like, but fix with healthier stuff. (less fat, leaner meat). Sorry, I have picky eaters and they are now having to eat what I fix, unless they would like to make dinner (never happens).

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GOGETTER43 Posts: 2
10/30/12 3:52 P

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I'm new to the team and recently new to SparkPeople. One of my challenges is that after working all day, I get home and regardless of my plan for dinner, someone doesn't like it. I have a daughter, a son, and a husband. I have tried menus, but then something changes. Any suggestions for picky eaters?

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