The advise I got when having children that was the most valuable was all about how easy raising babies is.... besides eating and sleeping. The rest is a breeze. It's so true and it's an always changing always rearranging challenge. The boys always go through food phases. Alex right now is driving me nuts with that he doesn't eat "red or green things." This somehow out of the blue includes tomato sauce. The kid somehow got turned off. He was raised on Italian cuisine and its delicious. So... we are working on this. And Dylan isn't eating much lately. He was the biggest eater ever, but now he only picks. He picks on strawberries, avocado, raisins, tomatoes, and hash brown potato patties the most. That's actually pretty much all he'll eat. I'm working on eating his diet to loose weight. I'm sure that'll do it! But check these meatloaf cupcakes out! They are so yummy and you can hide anything in them! These are turkey and quina meatloaf cupcakes with mashed potato icing!!! You can't not LOVE them!!!
1 onion chopped
3 pieces moistened bread (I use what I have- wheat or multigrain)
Dash of milk
Squirt of ketchup
Package onion soup mix
Break up bread into small pieces. Mix. If too watery add a piece of bread. If very dry add an egg. Put into greased muffin tins. Cook on 350 35 minutes. Take out and spoon mashed potatoes on top to look like icing. Put back in oven to heat 10-20 more minutes depends if potatoes were cold or warm.
*Broil for a few min to brown tops if you want to.
*If making it with quina like I have use a cup of premade quina and add an extra egg.