Kids can be really picky, but it’ll be easy to get them to eat healthy with these delicious superfood recipes.
This recipe adapted from Taste bring in the berries, and the great part is you can swap raspberries for blueberries or pretty much any berry you’ve got laying around. Just blend these ingredients together and kids will slurp them up.
Slice fruits of your choice and skewer them on kabobs for snacks. Dips them in yogurt if you’d like.
Fish are one of the healthiest sources of protein and are full of fatty acids great for your heart and your brain. Unfortunately, most kids don’t like fish, so sneak them into these yummy tacos adapted from Cooking Light.
Cut out additives and sugar by choosing plain yogurt, then dress it up at home by mixing in honey and layering with fresh fruits.
To get your picky one to eat seeds, sneak them in with this pudding recipe by Minimalist Baker.
Most kids reject leafy greens because their first experience with them tends to be steamy and mushy, and looks gross. Instead, try to foster a love for greens by introducing these snackable kale chips by Melissa d’Arabian into their diet.
Blend together a seeded watermelon, a dash of lime juice, and a few raspberries and strawberries then pour them into an ice mold and add sticks and voilà, you’ve got superfood popsicles.
Not a fan of PB&J? Get nuts into kids’ diets by substituting candy and sweets with these healthy coconut nut dessert balls by Running to the Kitchen.
Sneak in healthy foods to eat like carrots and squash with this power smoothie by Daily Colors Today– your kids will never know if you don’t tell them!
Whole grains are healthy for the heart and pack a lot of fiber, just make sure to use them in all your recipes – whole grain noodles, bread, rice, the list is endless and it doesn’t take any effort to make the swap to whole grains. If you start young, your kids will think they’re the norm.
When it comes to family and parenting, it can be difficult to get picky kids to eat healthy, but if you dress the foods up right, they’ll eat healthy without even knowing it.
Daisy Grace works as a content coordinator for Global Internet Magazine. She specializes in women’s health and also explores topics related to general health and beauty. Daisy loves studying the latest trends in cosmetics and skin care, but her experience extends further than that. She writes on all aspects of women’s health and beauty skin care and also various product reviews.
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