Parenting Tip #365 – Kids Under 10 Eat Crap

Kids Under 10 Eat Crap Parenting Tip #365

Have you ever taken a moment to taste some of the food restaurants pass off to kids? Not the places that just make smaller portions of regular meals, I’m talking specifically about chain restaurants.

From my experience, most of it tastes like crap. Semi-warmed crap. I don’t imagine the short order cooks spend much time on kids meals besides the required 2 minutes in front of the microwave heating up hockey pucks disguised as hamburgers and scooping mac and cheese from tubs the size of above ground pools.

If a place is letting your kid eat free, you’re better off not making them eat there at all.

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Have you ever taken a moment to taste some of the food restaurants pass off to kids? Not the places that just make smaller portions of regular meals, I'm talking specifically about chain restaurants. ​. . . . . . From my experience, most of it tastes like crap. Semi-warmed crap. I don't imagine the short order cooks spend much time on kids meals besides the required 2 minutes in front of the microwave heating up hockey pucks disguised as hamburgers and scooping mac and cheese from tubs the size of above ground pools. ​. . . . . .​ If a place is letting your kid eat free, you're better off not making them eat there at all. ​. . . . .​ #dads #dadlife #dadsofinstagram #dadstuff #funny #kids #lifewithkids #parenting101 #truth #parenting #parentingtips #parentinglife #parentingdoneright #parentingwin #fatherhood #parentingproblems #handwriting #notes #messagewithabottle #​food ​#eatingout

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One Comment on “Parenting Tip #365 – Kids Under 10 Eat Crap”

  1. This is a great point. Most chains microwave kids meals providing little to no nutrition. The Traveling Parent is encouraging non-chain and local restaurants to offer more kids eat free deals to drive more foot traffic on their slow nights, and offer better quality meals at a cheaper cost to help both sides of the dinner table.

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