My readers are asking how to cook vegetables for kids. They want to serve more veggies, but don’t know how to prepare them in ways that appeal to kids. As a home cook, I too had to learn new ways to prepare vegetables. Most of the vegetable dishes I serve my family are not the […]
From our sponsor the Colorado Beef Council What you put on the table is important. When families make mealtimes more of a priority, they naturally tend to pay more attention to what is served. Children who have more family meals get more of the nutrien-rich foods that build strong bodies and smart brains: more fruits, […]beef, colorado beef council, family mealtime, healthy foods for kids, kids meals, lettuce wraps, vegetables
If your one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat more fruit and vegetables, you may be surprised to learn that you should be steering your shopping cart toward the frozen food aisles to load up instead of at the fresh produce stand. As winter continues its icy grip, local produce is limited—and expensive—in […]chefs, frozen foods, grocery tips, healthy foods for kids, shopping, vegetables, vitamins
Christmas cookies may not be the most obvious place to hide extra nutrients, but baked Holiday sweets are certainly a clever – and delicious – way to get your family to eat their veggies. That’s why we gathered this delightful collection of Holiday baking recipes with hidden (and not so hidden) vegetables. Baking with vegetables […]baking, cookies, cooking with kids, Holidays, nutrients, The Sneaky Chef, vegetables
Being smart about how to cook vegetables for kids is the Holy Grail of raising a healthy eater: So how do you get children to eat healthier and still enjoy the foods they love? If your kids bulk when cauliflower appears on their plate, don’t let them see it! Meet your choosy eaters on their level by offering […]eating habits, how to cook veggies for kids, The Sneaky Chef, vegetables
Possibly the hardest task a parent faces at mealtime is getting kids to eat their veggies. Here are a few tricks to try at your next meal.