All kids like fruit roll-ups, which are basically just dehydrated purees, so why not try it with veggies? Using various combos that are interesting, fun, and sweet, you’ll be sure to get some veggies into your kiddos. View recipe.
When kids have a chance to grow food, they learn where food comes from and develop a reverence for the earth. Chopping the vegetables into small pieces retains their texture but makes them more palatable to young taste buds. View recipe.
When shopping, let your children choose vegetables that look appealing to them; this increases their natural curiosity and willingness to taste. View recipe.
A winning taste for kids and adults. Ice pops are easy and fun to make, so use whatever vegetables sound good to you. If you don’t have popsicle molds, use tiny paper cups and insert a plastic spoon for the handle. View recipe.
When kids are busy they’re not thinking about what foods they like and don’t like. If you’re prepared with a veggie-packed snack, it might get gobbled up quickly just for the sake of hurrying back to playing. View recipe.
Do you live with pint-sized picky eaters? Here's how to get kids to enjoy fresh produce.
Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×