If you’ve got a crowd that’s so-so on vegetables, try these four fun recipes for kid friendly veggies that just might change their minds!
I haven’t met a parent yet who says, “My kids eat plenty of veggies, no problem there!”
Most I know are always on the lookout for new recipes and strategies. So in honor of National Nutrition Month last month, I created four recipes for easy and kid friendly veggies for the website The Inspired Home. Click on the links below to get the recipes!
A perfect way to use the outer leaves that fall off when you’re cutting sprouts–and a very non-threatening way to woo anyone in your household who is still unconvinced about Brussels sprouts. Get the recipe.
I first fell in love with carrot salad when I was a high school exchange student in France. My host family served it at dinner and I couldn’t believe how simple and delicious it was. Get the recipe.
My third grader has pronounced these “totally addictive”. If you’ve never made kale chips–or if you’ve made them and they’ve turned out soggy or singed–here is the step-by-step for making the perfect cheesy, crisp chips your kids will gobble up. Get the recipe.
Here’s a quick video on how to make them:
I know, it sounds crazy that cauliflower could possible stand in for greasy chicken wings, right? But this recipe is pretty convincing! The florets are battered with buttermilk, roasted, then covered in buffalo sauce and roasted again. I couldn’t stop nibbling these as I was making and photographing them. Get the recipe.