Every parent knows the challenges of creating recipes that provide enough vegetables to your kids. It does not have to be such a struggle. It is also possible for kids to learn to love the taste. It may be as simple as a dab of peanut butter with carrots. Most of us have tried the technique of finely chopping up a vegetable and tucking it away in the dish.
In this article we are going to explore some more creative ideas to help parents add vegetables to the family diet. You may have an on-the-go family in the morning, and muffins will work. Dinners can be a challenge too, so check out the article 10 Super Quick, Healthy and Kid Friendly Dinners.
First up we have these incredible muffins that bring at least four vegetables to your kids in one tasty muffin. Vegetable Savory Muffins, from Healthy Little Foodies, is a unique recipe that is sure to please.
One reason we shared this recipe is the excellent article itself. Do yourself a favor and don’t skip directly to the recipe. There are many tips and techniques that will make all the difference. Like, don’t remove a veggie your kid doesn’t like but add more of another.
Need another perk? These muffins are good for 2 – 3 months in the freezer. Take out what you need for the next morning and you are ready to go.
The classic hamburger with a delicious twist that will make both kids and parents happy. Healthy Hidden Vegetable Burgers have a hearty serving of vegetables in each patty.
The recipe also offers a link to make these if you don’t eat meat. Give the bean burgers a try. With a total prep and cook time of 15 minutes this recipe just keeps getting better.
This is another article you don’t want to skip. So many tips, alternatives and unique ideas. We always love reviewing the comments at the bottom as well. Taking time to read the whole article and comments may save you time and money.
Be creative. Make these into what your family will enjoy. Roll into meatballs and add to a zucchini spaghetti dish.
We just could not choose! Heather, with Happy Kids Kitchen, brings us 5 amazing smoothie recipes in this article. The recipes have it all, from carrots to kale and bananas to dragon fruit. So many options that you may not know what to start with.
Don’t scroll too fast or you will miss the Healthy Chocolate “Milkshake” (with Cauliflower). Imagine offering a chocolate milkshake to your kids while knowing it is healthy too. That’s a parenting win!
Add this to any dinner for a quick serving of broccoli. This Broccoli Cheesy Bread recipe is sure to be far tastier than your regular side bread. Be sure you remove all the moisture from the broccoli to make the crispiest crust. A soggy bread would not be a hit.
The recipe has a total prep and cook time of 50 minutes so this may be more of a weekend treat. The recipe suggests adding some warmed marinara to the side giving this a bit of bonus vegetable.
Give these Broccoli Cheddar Roll-ups a try, and the kids will thank you. Consider finely chopping another vegetable like carrots and add to the recipe.
So many perks to this recipe. Limited ingredients, your kids can eat with their hands and you can make them ahead. The article shares how to make-ahead, freeze and reheat them with ease.
Consider adding a bit of salsa or marinara sauce on the side as a dip. Don’t forget to be creative. Make these roll-ups your very own. Add a bit of pepperoni for a pizza flavor.
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