Sneaky, sneaky! How to get vegetables into your picky eater’s diet

//Sneaky, sneaky! How to get vegetables into your picky eater’s diet

By Isabella Sorresso

If you have a picky eater, you know how difficult it can be to get some vegetables in your kids’ meals in between their helpings of chicken nuggets and French fries. Well, today we’re here to bring you five recipes to give you more opportunities for veggies in meals your little ones probably already know and love.

Turkey Burger with Zucchini

Adding grated zucchini to your turkey burger patties not only increases your vegetable intake for the day, but it also creates a more moist burger. They taste great and cook up the same way as a regular burger, just without the guilt!

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Adding cauliflower to pizza is the perfect way to trick a picky eater! Who can resist pizza? This recipe uses a slightly spicier cheese, but you can substitute whatever cheese you like.

Rainbow Veggie Kale Scrambled Eggs

It is easy to add vegetables to dinner, but what about breakfast? This colorful scramble adds kale, carrots, sweet pepper and avocado to the classic dish.

Guilt-free Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Noodles

If you are pasta lover, try using noodles made out of zucchini, or zoodles, for your next dish of spaghetti! It might not be an exact match for your favorite Italian dinner, but it still tastes amazing and, like the recipe says, its guilt-free!

Apple Spinach Green Smoothie

Smoothies are delicious year-round, but especially during the summer. The next time you whip up a refreshing smoothie, try adding in some spinach like this recipe suggests and enjoy a healthier version of this summer staple.

 

By |2018-06-06T21:06:01+00:00June 11th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

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