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healthy vegetable recipes for kids

 healthy vegetable recipes for kids

Children are meticulous eaters by nature. Most of them won't eat anything that isn't meat, spaghetti, or a burger. However, if you use a little imagination, you can persuade your child to eat more nutritiously and to try new foods. Make vegetable dishes more enticing to children by making them colourful and, of course, delicious.

healthy vegetable recipes

Veggie-Only Nuggets

What you require:

two hens

single garlic clove

three cups of steamed broccoli florets

sliced carrots in a cup

divided 1 1/4 cups seasoned breadcrumbs

One-third of a cup of cheese

1 teaspoon of oil

Black pepper, half a teaspoon

One-half teaspoon of onion powder

In a food processor or blender, combine the eggs, garlic, steamed broccoli, carrots, 1 cup bread crumbs, and cheddar cheese. Use onion powder and black pepper to season. Pulse all ingredients together thoroughly


Form the mixture into balls with a tablespoon or cookie scoop, then flatten each one to make roughly 1/2-inch-thick circular discs. Every chunk should be covered in the remaining bread crumbs, which you should put in a small dish.

For about four minutes on each side, fry the produce nuggets in hot oil in a pan over medium heat until they are crisp and golden brown. Serve with your child's preferred dipping sauce, such as ketchup, mayo, or barbecue sauce.

Pancakes with carrots that taste good

What you require:

three eggs, lightly beaten

sliced carrots in a cup

1/6 cup of simple food

Applesauce, half a cup

1 cup of whole wheat

two tablespoons of molten butter

one tablespoon leavening

a single vanilla bean

half a teaspoon of cinnamon

Butter for cooking and serving syrup

Put the sliced carrots in a bowl that can withstand heat. Carrots should be covered with boiling water and given five minutes to sit. Drain. Mix the eggs, carrots, yoghurt, applesauce, wheat flour, melted butter, baking soda, vanilla, and cinnamon in a large bowl to make the flannel cake batter. Gently stir the mixture until all the ingredients are incorporated.

Cook the batter as you would for regular pancakes, about 2-3 minutes per facet or until set around the edges, in hot butter in a nonstick pan. Add more butter until all of the batter has been used. Serve hot with maple syrup drizzled over it. Adding fruit is optional.

Encourage your very young children to eat more food and to adopt healthy habits. Increase the amount of vegetables in their daily diets by starting with these delectable and kid-friendly vegetable recipes!


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