For a while now we have been enjoying Friday Night Pizza night at home. It’s inexpensive. It’s fun. It’s delicious and it is down right fun to try different recipes for pizza every week. I’ve had a blast trying some very different flavor combinations. A couple of weeks ago Ryan asked me to try a simple prosciutto and arugula pizza. The entire family loved it. Kellan even ate 2 slices. Such a refined palate our little dude has, but that has not always been the case.
I’m not going to lie, after we first gave Kellan solids, I was a little worried that he was not going to like anything. In the beginning he didn’t.
Not even a little bit.
But I didn’t give up. I continued to give him avocado. Corn. Black beans. Whatever it is that we were eating for dinner, I’d give him a little bit and cross my fingers. Slowly but surely he began to eat and a few interesting things emerged.
For one, Kellan loves quinoa and chicken curry. He doesn’t like string cheese but cannot get enough of freshly grated pecorino romano. And pepperoni pizza is OK but surprisingly, or not, this prosciutto and arugula pizza got a better response.
Maybe Kellan likes the salty prosciutto. Or maybe it’s the peppery arugula. Or the simple crushed tomato sauce.
Or maybe little dude got his mommy’s palate after all. Either way, this pizza is a winner. A blissfully simple winner.
Tender chicken thighs slow cooked in a sesame bourbon sauce.
Tender marinated skirt steak tacos topped with a spicy jalapeno slaw.
A chewy decadent chocolate chip skillet cookie with dark chocolate chips and vanilla pudding mixed in.
Chicken tenderloins crusted in BBQ chips and baked until crispy. The perfect kid food!
Fluffy scrambled eggs with peppered bacon and chives. A childhood favorite kicked up.
Golden fried halloumi on garlic toast and drizzled with lemon capper oil.
My name is Des. I’m a Mom to Kellan and Preston. Wife to Ryan. Dog mom to Pumpkin and lover of all things food. Whether it is cooking it, eating it, shopping for it or watching TV about it, food is one of my favorite things. Read more »
Have new recipes emailed to you.