Yesterday, we shared some great foods that you can grab to add more veggies into your kids’ meals without them even knowing. Today, we have some more ways for you to make veggies fun for kids! And, of course, don’t forget to check out our hidden vegetable recipes!
You can make chocolate milk chock full of superfood fruits and veggies when you use this Kids Superfood Greens Cocoa Chocolate Superfood Powder by Feel Great 365 instead of chocolate milk powder. This is such a sneaky way to add in the good stuff!
Veggies are so much more fun to eat when they are made into fun shapes! You can use this Vegetable Cutter Shapes Set to turn veggies and fruits into stars, hearts, flowers and more! My kids would love this!
This MyPlate Divided Kids Portion Plate is a great way for kids to know exactly how much of each food group they need to eat at meals – including their vegetables. And, kids get more excited about food when they build their plates!
Get some extra veggies like onion, garlic and red bell pepper in just by seasoning your foods with McCormick Grill Mates Vegetable Seasoning. You can use this on meat, potatoes and more!
I am a HUGE fan of these Happy Tot Organic Fiber & Protein Pouches. We call them applesauce pouches, and the kids just eat them up! They are chock full of fruits and veggies like pears, raspberries, butternut squash and carrots.
Looking for some fun ways to get your kids to learn to love veggies? Get recipes and activities like beet tattoos and cabbage bingo in the book Adventures in Veggieland: Help Your Kids Learn to Love Vegetables. This sounds like so much fun – definitely something I need to get for my kids.
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