Encouraging young children to try new foods can be a pretty challenging task to say the least.
But one Melbourne mum, Laleh Mohmed, has found a creative way of encouraging her son, Jacob, to enjoy every meal she plates up.
How, you ask? By turning each plate of food into a jaw-dropping work of art!
Laleh cleverly transforms Jacob’s meals into his favourite cartoon characters including The Hulk, Nemo and Scooby-Doo!
See her delicious food art below and check out www.jacobsfooddiaries.com for recipes and more!
Cogsworth- Spelt and cocoa pancakes with plum, apple and strawberries
Shrek- Spinach mash with free range chicken, wholemeal wrap, medjool dates and chia seeds
Scooby-Doo – Spelt cocoa pancakes with kiwi, apple, strawberries, plum and blueberries
Rocket Racoon- Chicken with mash potato, wild rice and capsicum
Tigger- Dahl with mash potato
Scar- Dahl (lentils) with wild rice and mash potato
Marty- Donut Sushi -salmon, avocado, purple cabbage, cucumber and radish
Johnny- Eggplant and grains
Piglet- Free range chicken with potato mash dyed with beetroot, asparagus and carrots
Troll- Grass fed Beef with mash potato (dyed using purple cabbage water, beetroot), yellow capsicum, black bean noodles and spinach