- 08/08/2018 at 7:32 pm #14129Hugo BellModerator
My 2 year old out right refuses to eat veg. He can tell when its hidden in mash etc. Any inventive ways out there?
- 09/08/2018 at 6:58 am #14140DuncanModerator
One of our favourite is blitzing them into sauce and using as pasta or pizza (tortilla wraps)topping. We make courgetty and mix with pasta or noodles same with spirallised carrot.
- 25/08/2018 at 7:10 am #14291Graham Paul SimsParticipant
create a paste with them. more than lolely they will play with them but ecentually eat them. also try messy play and throw some in there is a good chance as its not kn a meal plate they will pick it up and eat it
- 28/08/2018 at 9:54 pm #14314ScottParticipant
Anytime we have something with mince in we chuck a load of veg in there…tends to go mostly unnoticed alternatively I’ve heard of people blending it down to much and sneaking it into food like that!
- 11/09/2018 at 3:53 pm #17687Rhys32Participant
blitzing it into a pasta sauce with a tomato base tends to be one of our staples of getting a huge dose of veg in.
soups are always another hit, although not always subtle, they can be tailored to suit a load of tastes.
Roasting is another options, tends to bring out the sweetness in root veg and could be a winner?
Or just cut it up and offer it up raw with some dips?
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