12 Nutritious, Delicious + Kid-Approved Recipes
We obsess about how important healthy eating is for us, but there are a few other people who rely on you to keep them eating well, too… your children! Making sure kids eat what’s good for them can be difficult since foods packed with nutrition don’t always please their tastebuds. But teaching kids healthy habits early on will make them want to eat healthy food later, which is a win for both of you. Here are 12 fabulous recipes to keep your kids happy and eating what is good, not just what tastes good.
1. Vegan BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Sandwiches: This sandwich is a great dupe for the real deal in a handheld vegan package. (via Brit + Co)
2. Apple Cheddar Waffles: Take sweet and savory to a whole new level with these apple cheddar waffles; we promise your kiddos will love every bite. (via Brit + Co)
3. Vegetarian Pigs in a Blanket: This base of crescent rolls, cheese, and breakfast sausages are so yummy that your kids won’t even notice they’re eating veggie links. (via Brit + Co)
5. Paleo Air Fried Chicken Tenders: Less oil and no frying means your kids can eat as many of their favorite chicken nuggets as they want. Well, sort of. (via Brit + Co)
7. 5-Ingredient Bean Burgers: Beans are a good source of protein, and mixed with walnuts and cilantro they create a consistency that’s a perfect substitute for burger meat. (via Brit + Co)
8. Chicken Pineapple Skewers: Yawn, chicken can get oh-so-boring. Add some pineapple and a coconut peanut sauce to add some flare. (via Brit + Co)
9. Ham + Broccoli Grilled Cheese: This recipe turns a grilled cheese sandwich into a filling meal with its nutritious ingredients like vegetables, instead of leaving your kids to fill up on cheese. (via Cooking Classy)
10. Baked Parmesan Zucchini Fries: Wondering how to introduce different vegetables to your kids? Like this! (via Damn Delicious)
12. Superfood Egg Sandwich: Boiled eggs are a handy thing to keep available in the fridge. You can pull ’em out and whip up this yummy dish in just a matter of minutes. (via Brit + Co)
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