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Okay. I admit it. I’m guilty of indulging my three-year-olds’ picky eating habits. Some days, all they eat are goldfish, string cheese, and Cuties. Other days, corn dogs and DiGiorno pizza. And tater tots. Boy, do they love tater tots.
Mealtime is just another war that I can be too tired to wage with willful mini-mes.
I am happy to announce that they aren’t completely anti-green, but veggies are hard to glamorize. Here are the green things they like and why:
- Homemade Kale chips with Nutritional Yeast Flakes (They like to say “KAY-ULL”)
- Steamed Broccoli (They are amused that the florets look like little trees. Okay…I might have told them they were trees in the beginning. That’s the initial vocabulary I had to work with.)
- Raw Sugar Snap Peas (A coincidental and happy accident, but I’m not going to question it.)
And they always say “Yes” to a smoothie.
every. single. time.
I found this smoothie recipe and thought I would put my own spin on it to make it kid-friendly. And it only uses five ingredients! Perfect!
2 frozen bananas
2 c kale, stems removed
1 1/2 c vanilla almond milk
1 T local honey
1 T Zinke Orchards creamy almond butter
Put all the ingredients in your blender and serve it up immediately.
Yield: 4 kid-size servings (or 2 for them and 1 for Mommy)
How do YOU get your little food critics to eat their veggies? Share in the comments below.