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20 Kid-Friendly Recipes to Sneak Vegetables IntoYour Kids Won't Know The Nutrition That's Hitting Them!

We all need more vegetables in our life, not just our little ones. That’s why we love a good kid-friendly recipe that isn’t lacking in the good stuff.

We’ve brought together a list of 20 recipes for you to try that work for everyone in the family. They’re healthy, nutritious and full of vegetables, but your kids won’t know it!


1. Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

Got fussy kids who love to eat the same boring pasta-and-cheese meal for dinner every night? Help them get their daily vegetable intake with this sneaky recipe that adds some butternut goodness into their lives.


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2. Sneaky Mashed Potatoes

Get your stealthy cook on with this mashed potato that includes 3 whole cups of cauliflower for a nutritional boost. Your children will never know!


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3. Chicken Nuggets With Hidden Vegetables

Lots of kids love chicken nuggets, so get ahead of their boring tastebuds by hiding some carrot and zucchini in there as well.


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4. Hidden Veggie Crock Pot Sloppy Joes

Sloppy joes are an American food, made infamous in cafeteria’s all over the country. Who knew they were also the perfect way to get your children to eat mushrooms and carrots as well?

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5. Skinny Baked Cauliflower Tots

Tots, or Tater Tots, are usually made from grated, deep-fried potato, but this recipe twists the original into something much healthier that your kids won’t say no to!

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6. Carrot & Spinach Brownies

You heard it right! It’s not just dinners that you can sneak your vegetables in, but also dessert!


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7. Meatloaf Cupcakes

Kid-sized foods are always a hit with little hands, which is why these meatloaf cupcakes are such a good idea. You can ‘frost’ them with smooth mashed potato, and there are lots of ways to hide veggies inside!


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