Its guest post time:-) Today we have Apsara from Eating Well Diary.
Before getting into the post I want to thank Apsara and Madhavi (sorry Madhavi I missed to mention during your guest post). After reaching India I missed the guest post mail from both of them, replied late and couldn’t post it immediately. I felt very bad about that but they both didn’t mind the delay and gave me the freedom to post it based on my convenience. Happy to get such sweet people around:-)
Coming back to Apsara, ever since I started blogging Apsara and her blog are very familiar to me. Good friend of mine who always stob by and leave her friendly views about my post.
“Eating Well Diary” focus on whole grain recipes. One can find lot of interesting vegan and gluten free recipes in Apsara’s space. I am a big fan of her whole grain cakes, cupcakes etc.
I asked her to write a guest post for toddler friendly recipe and I was so excited when I checked my mail.
“Fruit Kebab” , for many mom including me giving fruits to kids is one of the biggest challenge. Thanks to Apsara for introducing us a fun way to make kids eat fruits:-) I should soon buy this product.
Over to Apsara,
I’ve known Vidya for a long time in the blog world, and was elated when she asked me to do a guest post for her. She is a dear friend who leaves encouraging comments and feedback. I’m so honored to post in her space!
I love her blog and how she simplifies even the most complex recipes to suit the needs of busy people. Her energy in maintaining an active social (blogging) circle and posting regularly while managing a toddler at home, has always inspired me.
Thank you, Vidya. I hope you like this simple post of mine!
This is a kid friendly way of making fruit shapes and kebabs using “Pop Chef”. Even kids who do not like a particular fruit may be interested in trying it out when they make a beautiful shape out of it. A good way to keep them busy too, during the holidays!
Pop Chef comes with easy instructions and even bamboo skewers to make fruit kebabs.
Watermelon, cantaloupe, kiwi fruit, grapes.
Use your creativity to make interesting shapes with instructions in Pop Chef.