More than all that, the kids not only get to eat with their hands and not get in trouble, they get to watch you do it too! (So wet wipes and a fingernail brush wouldn’t hurt to toss in a bag!)
This is our second blog of 3 that will help you travel to Morocco with your kids like a champ. It is a fantastic country to share with little ones and a plethora of things to do and experience. So here are ‘5 Foods your Kids Won’t Want to Miss’ during their time in Morocco:
1. Tagine de Kefta (Meatball Tagine)
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Imagine an amazing crepe that is buttery, flakey, and piping hot. Then serve it with jam, honey, olive oil, nutella – really anything. That is meloui. Pure flakey goodness. It goes well with savory. It goes well with sweet. Pretty much it just rocks. You’ll see this as an option most days at breakfast or teatime in the afternoon. Pour a cup of classic Moroccan mint tea, slap some nutella on a nice piece of meloui and delight the tastebuds. Kids and adults won’t be able to get enough!
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Sfinj are awesome. Doughnuts taste amazing no matter where you are from or what country you make them, I think. And kids love doughnuts! So when you come to Morocco, find a way to get a sfinj that is nice and hot. Dip it in a bit of sugar and delight in every bite! It is well worth every bite. The best news is that they are calorie free too since you are on vacation so have two! Ok, maybe not calorie free but still amazing.
BONUS! Moroccan Mint Tea
A Happy-Tummy-Dance is a Family Affair
These are just 5 of the great foods (and an awesome warm drink!) you will experience here in Morocco. With a menu full of other favorites, your family will all be doing a happy tummy dance together as you travel around Morocco!
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