When you were a kid, did you ever wake up early and make breakfast for Mothers Day or Fathers Day? My sisters and I did this EVERY year for a while, and the menu usually consisted of Bisquick pancakes, French toast, or after I learned how to make them in biology class (the “egg denaturation” lab), crepes. These were the days before gluten became my enemy. One year we even attempted to make a cake for my parents’ anniversary and invited some of their friends over for a surprise “party” (i.e. cake eating), but realized after we all took a bite that we had forgotten to add sugar! Whoops!
We all know how picky children can be when it comes to food. They don’t like to try anything new, and they stick to what they know… and sometimes that means strictly chicken fingers and french fries. However, we know how important it is that they eat fruits and veggies on a daily basis. And sometimes we have to get creative when it comes to getting them to eat healthier foods (even if it means we have to sneak them in!) Below are some of our favorite tips to incorporate vegetables into your kids’ favorite meals: