We all know that tweens and teens are highly likely to gravitate towards certain foods, many of which are not good for you. I know that some of you have the exception to that rule with your kiddos (lucky you!), but for a lot of us, we have to fight the battle of 'eat this over that, please!' We know the importance of healthy over the perception of delicious, and we don't want our kids to fill up on junk (which they will do if we don't closely monitor what we're bringing into the house).
Some of the bad eating habits of our youth naturally go away, like Mustard Sandwiches (yep, I did that), the salt and cracker crumbs at the end of a cracker stack (did that too), and the willingness to try any kind of candy, at least once.
Some of those habits, however, persist and carry over into our adult life.
My second oldest, who is grown, still likes cold pizza for breakfast. He'll maw on a corndog too, if the opportunity arises.
My husband, with a bad habit left over from his college dorm room days, likes Hamburger Helper.
I know when we get to be adults we do make healthy eating choices the majority of the time, but unless you're a food saint, or have health problems that dictate precisely how you eat, I think most of us do indulge every so often. Do you?