I was perplexed until she explained that her orange "hue" was called Carotenemia and is common in young children who eat a lot of orange vegetables. (I thought it was just her coloring, thinking she was what people called warm.)
So twice a week, I roast three huge sweet potatoes in the oven for her by simply setting the oven to 425 degrees, lining a baking sheet with aluminum foil and poking some holes in the sweet potatoes with a knife or fork.
At the same time, I've been scrounging around lately for lunch because I haven't made any bread and have been short of time. One day the stars, as they say, must have been aligned. I was taking the sweet potatoes out of the oven at the same time I thinking about ransacking the refrigerator for something to eat and it occurred to me: Duh. Eat some sweet potatoes; they're like the best vegetable out there for you to eat (I'm not making that up).