My boy is very picky about eating fruits and vegetables, so I've gotten some recipes for veggie muffins and I want to combine 2-3 different veggies/fruits per recipe. On hand I have bananas, frozen strawberries, apples, zucchini, yellow squash (I should have gotten butternut now that I think about it) and carrots. So I'm thinking apples and carrots for one, carrots and zucchini... I know banana and strawberry would be good, should I add a veggie to that? Which one? What other combinations do you think would work? What are some that I don't have listed here? If your kids have had them, what do they enjoy?
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Answer by my4boys310 at 11:16 AM on Apr. 14, 2011
Zucchini bread was always a staple when I was growing up. And carrot cake can be spruced up with raisins. Don't forget pumpkin. Great source of fiber. My toddlers love my pumpkin mufins. And applesauce does sweeten up a lot of veggies and helps you to hide them. Are you familiar with Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food by Jessica Seinfeld? I also try to hide veggies in spaghetti and lasagna. I blend spinach with chicken and spread on pitas....Does your lttle one like avocado/guacamole? Keep trying. I also hear kids need to try something up to 10 times before they truly decide if they like it.
Answer by love2snorkel70 at 11:59 AM on Apr. 14, 2011
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