jemimahhernandez's picture

How to make my kid to eat vegetables?

Need a good diet or nutrition plan to be followed with vegetables as eating…

junieg's picture
Have a look at the thread called healthy eating fruit and vegetables and you may find some useful advice
jemimahhernandez's picture
Thank you so much for the advice...
junieg's picture
My pleasure
jollysmith's picture
Try to make the food a bit attractive as the child has a nature to have food that looks good and delicious. Try to focus on sweet foods like strawberries, mandarin oranges, cherries, tomatoes, sweet peas, and corn. Add chopped fruits to gelatine salads, they might like it.
saragal212's picture
There's a bunch of different smoothie receipes that you can make. A lot of times the fruit will cover up the vegetable taste. Here's an example: Great smoothie starter: Strawberries and Cream Smoothie 1 cup frozen strawberries 1 cup frozen mixed berries (the more berries you add, the more purple it looks) 1 banana 1 cup low-fat milk 1 cup V8 fusion fruit juice 1/4 cup fresh baby spinach
jgregory1128's picture
I recently came across a line of pasta called Ronzoni Garden Delight. The pasta is enriched with Carrot, Tomato and Spinach. Half a serving of vegetables in each 2 oz. portion. I believe I have one of the pickiest 6 year olds out there, and he loves this pasta. I even call it "Healthy Noodles."
malacord's picture
I recently discovered a great, HEALTHY snack called World Peas that my kids love. They come in 7 flavors, but my kids' favorites are ranch and bbq. The peas are very crunchy and low in calories, fat, and sodium. Give them a try! I bought mine at my local Whole Foods.
GlamGirl's picture
Let your kids come to the market with you and pick out there fav. veggies. You can also try chopping the veggies up very small and put it in a quesadilla or sandwich. They will never tell.
deenamathew's picture
There are so many recipes to make your kid to eat veggies. One of the simplest ways to get your child interested in eating vegetables is to eat yours. Make your kid to involve in making the is recipes Sneak veggies in purees. Pureed vegetables can slide easily under a toddler’s taste radar if you add them into mainstay meals.
Hathew's picture
Try to put the vegetable to a blender. I agree with jolly try to make a food that very attractive.