Does getting veggies into your kid’s diet feel like a full-time job? Find yourself wondering if french fries count as a vegetable, or if your kids will ever eat anything but chicken nuggets and mac and cheese? Don’t despair; we’re here to show you creative ways to get your kids to eat veggies. And before you start laughing, we promise you they won’t even know they’re there.
- Chocolate Beet Muffins – These Chocolate Beet Muffins are a real surprise! The beets make these muffins incredibly moist and hearty. The earthy flavor of the beets highlight the rich chocolate taste. It’s the perfect breakfast muffin with a dose of vegetable and touch of chocolate.
- Cauliflower Mac & Cheese – The blended cauliflower in this recipe guarantees your kids won’t even miss the creamy, cheesy texture of traditional mac & cheese.
- Kid Friendly Berry Spinach Smoothie – They won’t see or taste the spinach in this delicious smoothie, making it a great way to get in those leafy greens!
- Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins – These are easy to make ahead at night and have ready to go in the morning! The kids will have no idea they’re eating vegetables for breakfast.
- Sweet Potato Smoothies – Kid-friendly sweet potato smoothies using frozen sweet potato chunks and other healthy ingredients.
- Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes – These Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes are a creamy vegetable side that’s easy to prepare, with fewer carbs than your usual mashed potatoes, but just as smooth and creamy!
- Veggie Nuggets – These Veggie Nuggets are healthy, kid friendly, and simple to make. Perfect for lunch boxes and snacks.
- Beet Pancakes with Berry Beet Syrup – These fluffy pink tinted beet pancakes will trick your children into eating vegetables for breakfast.
- Cheese Puffs – Cheese Puffs are perfect for the lunchbox and of course, involve a bit of veggie-smuggling!
- Apple Zucchini Bread – Zucchini bread is always a hit, even with people who don’t typically like zucchini. And this bread does double duty by sneaking in a serving of sweet fruit with the apples, too.
How do you get your kids to eat veggies? Share your personal tips and tricks with us!