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Even a new cooking style can be enticing. You can try roasting vegetables to change up their flavor, such as trying this recipe for roasted butternut squash. Involve your kids. Get your kids to participate in prepping or choosing meals.

That way they’ll be more interested to eat. The good news is that there are methods, and secret ways, to get something green in your kid’s face. Here are some of the best. Grow Your Own. Interestingly, it turns out that when kids are invested in getting their vegetables to the table, they’re more likely to eat those vegetables.

Dips and fun shapes are another great way to encourage kids to eat their vegetables. Try offering up a taste test with a variety of vegetables paired with dips. Serve low-fat Greek yogurt, hummus or low-fat ranch dips to encourage your child to try a new vegetable. 8 Ways You Can Get Your Kid to Eat Vegetables. 1. Tweet; December 19, 2015.

You want your child to eat more vegetables. You beg and you plead, but her diet consists of grilled cheese, pizza, chicken nuggets and other stereotypical kid fare. You have good reason to want your children to eat veggies. There you have it, some simple strategies you can try today to get more vegetables in your kid’s diet.

Keep in mind that it is important to keep mealtimes and meal prep as positive as possible. Stress levels can get high quick and your child will pick up on it. Eating vegetables can feel like a chore for your child, and getting your kid to try “just one bite” of any veggies on their plate can feel like a nightmare for you. It may be helpful to know that we are born with preferences for sweeter tastes.

Eating fruits and vegetables is part of a healthy diet for both children and adults. Finding creative ways to encourage fruits and vegetables in your child’s diet can be fun for the entire family. How to get kids to eat more fruits and vegetables: Use fruits and vegetables as “anytime” snacks. Try dipping. Children love to dip, because it is fun!

Let them dip apples in. Kids are, essentially, lemmings. If one jumps into a mud puddle, you can bet the whole gang will be in there doing their best Lord of the Dance impression in short order. So, tap the power of their copycat behavior to get your kids to eat more vegetables. 13 Clever Ways To Get Your Kids To Eat More Veggies.

Parents of picky eaters, this one’s for you. So here are 14 clever tips to get your kids to eat. A nutritionist who’s also the mother of 7-year-old triplets gives tried-and-true tips for getting your child to eat vegetables, drink milk, try new foods, and more.

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When my daughter doesn’t want to eat her vegetables explain what the nutrients in those veggies will do for her – to help her hair grow, to make her bones strong.

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Introducing vegetables first gives them a better chance of being accepted by the child.

“Medical Nutrition and Disease: A Case-Based Approach” by Lisa Hark, Darwin Deen, Gail Morrison
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Although these strategies certainly won’t turn your kid into an instant omnivore or food connoisseur, they are proven to help kids enjoy mealtimes more and even eat more healthily.

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Although it’s tempting, we really shouldn’t try to get our children to eat more vegetables in any of the sneaky ways often advertised in parenting magazines or commercials.

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One common myth is that children have to eat vegetables to meet their nutritional needs.

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Case in point: My son now eats salads!

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This might be a good way to encourage your child to try other vegetables.

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In one particular study Wardle and colleagues [18] instructed parents to expose their own children (3–7 years of age) to a certain target vegetable (e.g. carrots) every day for a period of 2 weeks.

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Now, I did eat more broccoli and healthily prepared chicken and fish when I was pregnant with Jason, but I didn’t eat them plain and I didn’t have older children pretending they would eat them that way either.

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I never give my kids praise for eating vegetables.

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  • Thanks for all the tips ������ i really want to eat more vegetables than i do now. And i Don’t Think it Will be easy for me but i just have to set a goal for myself to do one thing at a time ❤️����

  • She is sooo sweet! I wish I could look after some kids..:( Unfortunately I’m black and no, primarily, in this context, I am a man xD, then I’m black and then I am 1,93m tall, haha. Nobody will ever let me look after his kids.:/ They are.. incredible, they spread so much joy and fun not necessarily for parents of course, but at the moment I just want to be with toddlers for a few hours a week. ^_^ Then I had at least something to laugh.:/

    But the dad looks like this one guy from the tv show “The 100”, doesn’t he? Strange nobody seems to notice, at least not in the comments.^^

  • Congratulations to everyone in the comments you ate vegetables without complaint as a kid. God is going to personally come down from heaven to give you a gold medal and the Tasty producers will clap in the background.

  • Lol my kids eat veggies….my 37 year old husband doesn’t eat fruit or veggies!…… I heard about your cookies at the Jacksonville show tonight. I am going to order a kit tomarrow. My husband thinks cake and cookies are a food group. I am in kidney failure so there are soooo many fruits and veggies I cant have due to high fosferous or high potassium.

  • This is so political. It’s just like “This drug might cure you….or not”. “We have it under control….or not”. “This drug will cure you….or not”. Just like BunkerBaby/toddler.

  • I mean it’s our job as parents to force our child to eat dem vegetables. Any sane parent in the right mind wouldn’t want their child to get cancer later on in his/her life amirite?

  • I like the superhero references, when I was a kid, it was popeye who ate his veggies (namely spinach):) My 10 year old son REFUSES any vegetables..maybe I’ll use the ketchup trick..

  • Good day! Thank you for your video. I have some questions:
    1. What is the other way of cooking broccoli tots other than cooking?
    2. Can it also be a viand?
    Thank you for answering my queries!

  • I know this is for getting small children to eat veggies, but as a childless 32 year old kid who struggles with vegetables, thank you. I needed this. Imagining broccoli as trees is perfect.

  • Recipes are good but my brother will not touch them becoz he can see the vegetables in them,it don’t matter to him whether the taste is good or not,annoying brat, plus it’s more difficult for me to find recipes for my family is vegetarian.

  • I am watching this video so I can cook healthier dishes for my 19 year old girlfriend who despises vegstables… Im on her ass now with that veggie packed marina sauce������

  • Some great recipes and videos that I need to try when I get the time, also check out these useful bargains that also may help you guys https://bit.ly/2Hrv21E Enjoy ����

  • The only 2 recipes of all these that would work with my kids is the Mac n Cheese one and the marinara sauce. The other ones look too “veggie” for my kids.

  • as healthy as a brocolli smoothie may be…….������ i love vegetables tho. broccoli is meant for stir fry or cheese or alone or with pasta or french onion dip.

  • Nice content. You’ve got a new subscriber! You should look into using SMZeus. c o m! Really think that it could help you grow your channel quicker.

  • Love this! My parents never made me eat vegetables so now I’m not a fan of almost any cooked vegetable �� hoping to start choking them down to encourage my daughter lol

  • I would not recommend string cheese to a two-year-old when I was about nine years old I witnessed my brother choked on a cheese string I think it was too hard chew I would not recommend this for a young child even cut up not string cheese has he been hard for me and I’m 21 years old

  • If all parents would just take time with their children and take an interest in the things they do and the friends they chose.
    Would we see burning and looting? Keep up the good work dad!
    God Bless

  • I wish I could subscribe to this channel. But it just makes me crave food so much and I don’t have any of the ingredients. It’s like inflicting self torture on myself.
    But great food.

  • Thank you for taking the time to make this informative video. Very well put together. However, for people who’s mental health is extremely low, suicidal. How can you get them to eat right? Eat regularlyyou say, what is the correct portion sizes? When should you eat? People with mental health can starve themselves, not feel worthy of food. Or the opposite, binge eat eat away the problems?

  • That reddddness in the thumbnail made me to ignore the video giving impression that it was some beef or some non veg…. glad that I’m saved by that last glance on the word ‘veggie’… it brought me a new life ��

  • Thanks for sharing that.
    Here’s another idea to make delicious rice with nutritious Purple cabbage. I think we can use our own spices
    https://youtu.be/MUYeynNL1Zk

  • I’m too young to have kids, too old to be a kid, too young to be allowed to pick what groceries to buy and what to cook for dinner

  • Ok this is nice and all but my kids are picky eaters for 1…2 they wont eat the onions or any kind of peppers and some of the ingredients sometimes i cant buy or find….so this kinda dont help

  • “No toddlers ate any vegetables in the making of this video”… (*while his adorable toddler looks at him & munches on some tasty, fresh broccoli*)

  • Thanks for the tip. I have no problem to get my kids eat their veggies. I got them involved in growing my veggies since young. They got used to eating them straight from the garden.

  • God what’s the problem with vegetables or with parents, vegetables are pretty eatable, kids eat vegetables pretty well, it’s the myth that they don’t, or you just fail as a parent IDK

  • Raw veggies to toddlers? Who does that���� boil’em.. smash’em.. season with something healthy that the baby likes ( experiment a bit)
    Ps. Don’t throw away the boiled water make the baby drink that too.. that’s what we do here in India. Boiling also makes sure that the veggies are free from pesticides ♡♡

  • You should be in jail for suggesting ketchup on carrots, or really ketchup on any vegetable. What kind of a monster are you? But seriously, pretty funny video.

  • Kids dont want vegetables because its not natural food for humans. There is no nutritional value and the body knows it. Meat fish and eggs are natural nutrient densed food for humans. No animals in nature force their children to eat food they dont like.