Today is Eat Your Vegetables Day! Remember the time when your parents used to tell you to finish all the veggies on the plate because they’re the good stuff? We know our moms and dads weren’t lying when they said so, but some of us make those sour faces whenever we’re made to eat beans and okra. If only we can skip or spew them! It’s only until we’re adults that we fully understand the importance of learning to eat vegetables at a young age. And today, we’re helping you to teach your young little tots in enjoying this naturally healthy edibles without any hesitation.
Finding good vegetable-based recipes is a smart way to start. There’s a lot of delicious instructions online that will help you make the best vegetable cuisines your children can love. We’re listing some of them here, and you can begin with these recipes:
1 cup Basil, leaves
1 clove Garlic
2 pints Multicolor cherry tomatoes
1/2 tsp Oregano, dried
3 pinches Red pepper
1 Salt and black pepper
1/3 cup Olive oil, extra-virgin
1 loaf Ciabatta bread
2 6- to 8-ounce pieces Burrata cheese or fresh mozzarella cheese
- Heat a grill or grill pan to medium-high. In a small bowl, mix the garlic with the EVOO.
- Grill the bread until grill marks appear. Brush with the garlic oil, top with the oregano and spread with the cheese. Top with the tomatoes, basil and more oil; season with salt, black pepper and the red pepper.
- Cook the meatballs, drain oil
- Boil ravioli until it’s barely tender (under-cooking it helps it stay firm on the skewer)
- Serve with Pasta Sauce.
Or, if you’re having one of those moments when you’re not able to whip up dashing vegetable courses for your children, you can still make them eat vegetables in a sure-fire, fun way. Karma Kiss just got the right items for you!
Rabbits eat their carrots, don’t they? Be a good rabbit. Let your little one chew on his tiny sliced and diced vegetables with this amusing Rabbit plate from Petits Et Maman.
For a more adventurous kid, why not let them race to the finish line with FRED & Friends DINNER WINNER? There’s no need to push them into eating their meals; they’ll go on by their own in order to see who’s the fastest!
Eating vegetables will have good rewards and doesn’t need to be a task. With a good plate containing delectably designed veggie cuisines, your kids will love eating their vegetables in no time!
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