No matter how hard you try, it seems almost impossible to get your kids to eat vegetables, with them sometimes not even wanting to taste the veggies to see if they like them. We all understand the importance of vegetables in our diet, and it is particularly important for children who are continuously growing and need as many good nutrients as possible. To help you give your kids the nutrients they need, here are some hidden veggie meals that kids will actually eat!

Hidden Veggie Tomato Sauce

Hidden Veggie Meals That Kids Will Actually Eat Tomato Sauce

Most kids love pizza, and pasta, so it would make sense to incorporate some veggies into these dishes so your kids will get their daily dose. Whip up a tomato sauce with some carrots, courgettes, celery, red pepper, onion and garlic, and process it all together to use as a pasta sauce or on pizza.

Mac And Cheese With Hidden Veg

Hidden Veggie Meals That Kids Will Actually Eat Mac and Cheese

Mac and cheese is a kid-approved favourite meal, and you can easily mix in some veggies without your kids knowing. When making the sauce for the mac and cheese, you can blend some butternut, squash or courgettes to add to the sauce. It will be hidden by the cheesy taste.

Veggie Sausage Rolls

Hidden Veggie Meals That Kids Will Actually Eat Sausage Rolls

Sausage rolls are the perfect finger food, and you can easily incorporate some veggies into them. Instead of a sausage filling, blend up some courgettes and carrots as a filling. You could also add the courgettes and carrots to add to a sausage filling for a more authentic taste.

Hidden Veggie Muffins

Hidden Veggie Muffins

Hidden veggie muffins are such a great idea, as your kids will love to snack on them throughout the day. Add some sweet potato and carrots to a muffin mix. Your kids will not be able to tell the difference, and will end up enjoying the sweetness the sweet potato gives the muffin, and will probably be coming back for more!

Cauliflower Pizza Bases

Cauliflower Pizza

There is so much you can do with cauliflower! One of the more kid-friendly ways to use cauliflower is to make a pizza base. This healthy alternative will be perfect to get your kids to eat more veggies, and they more than likely won’t be able to tell the difference between the cauliflower base and a normal one. For added veggies, you can spoon the hidden veggie tomato sauce on top of the cauliflower pizza base. You could also make a rainbow pizza using veggies with vivid colours.

Veggie Smoothies

Veggie Smoothies

You can easily hide veggies in smoothies for your kids. Along with berries, bananas, yogurt, and oats blend in some spinach into the smoothie. It will give the smoothie a fun green colour that will be fun for the kids. Your kids will not be able to notice the taste at all. Kale is another option to add to a fruit-veggie smoothie if you don’t have any spinach to use.

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