Ds is 3.5 and i struggle to get him to eat veg. I grate it into pasta and put it in.juices but would like some more creative recipes especially sweet ones as im also trying to lower his sugar intake
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04-08-2014 08:46 #1
Healthy sweet & savoury recipes with hidden veg!
04-08-2014 08:48 #2
04-08-2014 08:50 #3
I have started using the One Handed Cooks website for sweet and savoury recipe ideas.
DD 2.5 isn't a big fan of veggies. DD and DH are a big fan of their carrot cookies and muffins.
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04-08-2014 08:57 #4
04-08-2014 09:14 #5
04-08-2014 10:55 #6
Check out veggie smugglers website.
The chicken sausage rolls are delicious.
Also a thought - pumpkin scones are big in this house. My 2 yo eats NO veg but pigs out on these.
04-08-2014 10:57 #7
What about meatballs?
Gary mehigan has a cookbook out, and his meatball recipe uses a carrot purée to bind the meatballs instead of egg.
04-08-2014 10:59 #8
I don't have the recipes to share but I imagine they'd be fairly easy to dig up. A lady I used to work with regularly made chocolate beetroot cake, zucchini and chocolate brownies. Chocolate chip and chickpea cookies. All were absolutely delicious!
04-08-2014 11:00 #9
I often make basic chocolate muffins and add mashed pumpkin or sweet potato or avocado to them for a bit of a veg boost.
04-08-2014 11:16 #10Senior Member
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My DD won't eat veggies too, so I grate them and hide/ cook them in everything! Some of her favourties are:
* Beef, Veggie and Brown Rice Meatloaf - http://onehandedcooks.com.au/recipe/...rice-meatloaf/
* Backed chicken nuggets
* Spagetti bol
* Shepperd's Pie
* Baked chicken, veggies and rice - http://onehandedcooks.com.au/recipe/...n-veggie-rice/
* Tuna pasta bake
* Corn/ tuna fritters
* Fried rice
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