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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    You can try making ice creams in ice cream mould using frozen fruit and yogurt blended up. Frozen banana works really well. Can also try sneaking in veggies in small amounts so you cant see or taste it.
    Banana is awesome for this but you do need a good blender/food processor. Chop up a banana and let it freeze solid (overnight is preferable). Pop it in the blender and wizz. Be a bit patient but you will get something that has an uncanny resemblance to banana soft serve icecream. If you're really struggling then a drizzle of ice magic over the top might help. My kids just know it as banana ice cream

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    Fantastic suggestions here!! Popping a banana in the freezer right now!

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    My DD is a fussy eater, and by default I discovered she will drink fruit and veg juice that I make with my new juicer. I call it her brekky juice and it has 1 x apple, 1/2 cup broccoli, 1/2 cup cucumber, 1 cup lettuce, 1 x carrot. You can obviously make this a little less veg heavy if he doesn't like the taste. I'm wondering if you could hide some liquid vitamins in this also? Good luck!

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    My ds was the same at that age. He only ate fruit, meat and pasta.

    He eventually ate veggies (around 3 and a halfish) because he wanted to have big muscles and good eyesight (that's what they told him at kindy). Don't stress too much, it's a pretty normal stage at that age for some kids.

    Maybe get his daycare to talk about healthy foods and how good they are.. Peer pressure and other adults influence can sometimes work wonders.


 

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