Introducing Pandavita Organic Baobab Powder

You might have seen my recent posts about the challenge of feeding my children properly. They seem to have adopted their dad’s “beige” diet, and mostly refuse to eat anything that resembles healthy fruit or vegetables. Imagine how difficult it is for a vegetarian mother to have children that refuse to eat the food she eats! I never thought it would be possible, since I was raised in the old-fashioned tradition that you ate what you were given and were grateful for it. Oh, those days are long gone, and my children are far too vocal and assertive to accept this rule.

Because of this shift in parenting style (and yes, I know I am the parent, but this is the way I am raising my children), I am devising sneaky methods to ensure my daughters receive at least some of the nutrients they need to grow. So far it must be working, because they are generally very fit and healthy, and both have boundless energy and a cheerful disposition.

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I received a sample of Pandavita Organic Baobab Powder. This comes from the Baobab tree in Africa, and you can eat the powder in its natural form, which is full of vitamin C and antioxidants. My girls tried a spoonful of the powder but declared it was too sweet, although it was tasty. I then sneaked some into their juice bottles for school, and they loved it. Hallelujah! You can use Baobab Powder in almost any recipe, so it is ideal for those fussy eaters. If you go to their website and use the code SMG15 at checkout, you will receive 15% off your order. Excellent!

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