Are you tired of the dinner-time brawl with your kids over nothing but veggies? We can relate to that. After all, parenting isn't child’s play. If your kids have an aversion to vegetables, you're probably not alone.
But, sneaking vegetables into your kid’s favourite meals is a great way to combat this, and ensure your child is eating a healthy, balanced diet. We recommend getting creative in the kitchen - and hiding those vegetables in plain sight.
The best part of all of this is that they won’t even realise what sorcery you’ve done.
Pancakes are about to see some innovation! This is a game-changet.
Here are the ingredients.
Scrambled eggs and omelette are the perfect veggie concealers. You can add any green vegetables like broccoli, spinach or cauliflower to the egg mixture.
However, since we are sneaking them, mince them well so they are less conspicuous.
If your kid still doesn’t eat it, make sure you increase the egg portion.
Sorry to ruin your imagination with this pair, but it is possible as the rest of the things. You only have to add chopped vegetables (sweet potato, mushrooms, carrots, chickpeas, or any other chopped/pureed vegetable) to the meat you’re going to use in your burgers.
Here’s how to do it.
“Vegetable cookies? What sorcery is this?”
It’s not sorcery, but just an intelligent addition of vegetable puree to the cookie dough you make. You have endless options, of course. However, using carrots and sweet potatoes in the batter is wiser.
If not carrots or sweet potatoes, you can use spinach. This vegetable can also be used in cakes and the best part is that your kids will never notice what you’ve added.
As a parent and as an individual, you know the importance of vegetables in our diet. Use the above-mentioned 4 sneaky ways of adding veggies to your kids’ favourite meal to let them munch on the myriads of benefits vegetables have.