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    Also what about soup? DS loves pumpkin or crab and sweet corn soup, cut up some wholemeal toast into cool shapes with cookie cutters to dip into the soup!

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    Default Re: Hidden vegetable recipes needed desperately

    I recommend soup ( sweet veg like pumpkin anx sweet potato) and add a few green veg in as well. Also smoothies. I make one generally using frozen yogurt, milk, tiny bit of honey, strawberries, banana and sneak in some grated carrot and zucchini and some baby spinach. She guzzles it down!

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    Default Re: Hidden vegetable recipes needed desperately

    Oh and i.make sugar free banana, apple and cinnamon mini muffins that u can sneak grated veg into

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    Default Hidden vegetable recipes needed desperately

    I agree with the pureeing!

    I thought I made it up, but pumpkin cheesy macaroni is one of my favourites!

    I make a cheesy white sauce and stir puréed roasted pumpkin through (you could just mash, but its not as well hidden then) and then pour over my cooked pasta.

    I also sauté leek and chicken and add that, but you don't need to add that.

    It's so yummy! You could replace the puréed roast pumpkin with steamed cauliflower instead.

    I make rissotto and add finely chopped cauliflower (I actually just shave it finely so it's like tiny little white crumbs) and cabbage. They both pretty much dissolve into the risotto.

    But it's important to keep offering it in its visible form too. My boy was the worlds least picky eater, and then he swung to the other end of the spectrum, pretty much asking for bread and bread alone, and now he's coming back, thank goodness. I am guilty of being a bit of a hardar$e about him HAVING to try everything at least once. We have had some pretty impressive stand offs... Lol.


 

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