Even Better Than Hidden Mickeys - Hidden Veggies!
If the new year brought in a new resolve to include more healthy foods in your life and in your family’s daily meals then you are going to love this post! It can be hard getting your family on the healthy bandwagon. Sometimes it’s nearly impossible (my husband, for example, refuses to eat broccoli no matter how deliciously it is cooked.) So we moms must resort to drastic measures. These ten recipes are delicious but have veggies HIDDEN inside! Click through for all the amazing recipes! And if you want more, check out my posts this month on juice recipes your kids will love and gluten free holiday treats.
Hidden Mickeys? Even Better! Hidden Veggies...
Here are 10 fantastic recipes that you can make for your young children and families that have hidden veggies inside. But they’ll never notice because the food tastes so good. Click through for all the delicious recipes!
These warm and delicious spice muffins are hiding a powerful little secret: zucchini! Click the link below for the recipe.
Spaghetti and Meatballs
But not just any meatballs… load them up with tiny veggies for a powerful vitamin punch. Click the link below to see the recipe.
Mac 'n' Cheese
This is a favorite of mine. Mac ‘n’ cheese is the perfect place to hide butternut squash. Its buttery flavor melts right into the sauce, so you’d never know it was there! Click the link below for the recipe.
Spaghetti (Squash) Pizza
Have you tried spaghetti squash yet? I had it three times this week and I’m officially ADDICTED. Substitute it for pasta and your spaghetti becomes all veggies all the time. Click the link below for the recipe.
1 Ingredient "Ice Cream"
Okay, so this doesn’t have a veggie but it has to be included because this “ice cream” is made with just one ingredient: bananas. I’ve tried it, it’s amazing! Click the link below for the recipe.
Do you love pasta? Do you love gnocchi? Add some greens to yours for a colorful feast the kids won’t mind gobbling down. Click the link below for the recipe.
Switch it up by baking root veggies (like carrots and turnips) instead of just potato chips for crunch snacks that are better for you than their junk food cousin. Click the link below for the recipe.
Who doesn’t love sweet and cakey blondies? These ones are hiding a healthy secret: beans! Click the link below for the recipe.
Did you know that adding an avocado to smoothies makes them super creamy without changing their flavor much at all? Click the link below for the recipe.
These burritos may look innocent enough but hidden inside are veggies the kids won’t mind eating. Our 1 year old baby LOVES Mexican food so we’ll have to give this one a try.
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