Life is too good to be eating boring, tasteless food. I love this quote that I found on the Hot Squeeze website. It is so true. There is no reason to serve your family boring food, liven up dinner with flavor for a healthier, happy family.
I received product to facilitate this post.
Liven Up Dinner
When I first heard of the company Hot Squeeze, I knew my husband and son would enjoy it if it had anything to do with hot, spicy foods! However, I was surprised to see that they offer a wide variety of flavors, not just hot and spicy.
Hot Squeeze is out to transform how families make dinner. How can we expect our families to eat healthy if it is boring?! Stop serving boring, lifeless meals. It’s not working.
How can boring compete with unhealthy, fatty, sugary foods?
We have been enjoying a variety of Hot Squeeze products in our meals lately. Even family favorites have been transformed and energized with new seasoning and sauces.
Another product that I really like is the Hot Squeeze Mixed Up Blends. They include everything you need to make a tasty side dish with recommendations to “jazz it up” with various Hot Squeeze products.
You can even customize sweet treats with Hot Squeeze instead of preparing the same cookie all of the time. I like how easy they make it to create something new and exciting. Sometimes I just need a little boost to get creative in the kitchen, Hot Squeeze has done that for me.
Introducing New Flavors to Kids
My family enjoys a variety of food with flavors from around the globe. I’m lucky that my kids have open minded taste buds and don’t resist trying new flavors and dishes. If your kids aren’t so willing, the good news is that taste buds can be retrained. An easy way is to mix in familiar flavors and foods with a small amount of seasoning mixed in and gradually increasing this over time. This works for adults too.
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