My toddler will go days without eating a single vegetable (Are you cringing? Nope, then read on…), but I see moms magically feeding their toddlers broccoli, carrots, and string beans. These women definitely know something that I don’t!
If you’re in the same boat as me, check out these kid-friendly, chock full o’vegetable recipes. Each one is easy to make and looks very YUM. Let me know how it works for you. We can compare notes!
My toddler ate broccoli for about two days and I thought we were turning a corner. Then she announced, “I don’t like it!” and it was over. These Broccoli Cheese Balls from Food So Good Mall look like cookies. How can she refuse?
Have you seen the Butternut Squash Muffin man? My friend Shelly from Quick Quick Yum Yum came up with the most amazing recipe for our favorite breakfast and snack and these babies are healthy. You can also substitute squash for carrots or apples.
A friend of mine told me about Honey -Glazed Carrots and I knew immediately this recipe would be a hit in my house. This recipe from Cooking Light uses parsley. I would leave that out if your child doesn’t like little green things.
Imagine biting into mozzarella, salami, tomatoes and (whisper) broccoli. These quick Stromboli from Martha Stewart are made with store bought pizza dough and frozen broccoli.
If you have any kid-friendly recipes you would like to share, please send us an e-mail or leave a comment!