It can be difficult to get kids to eat their vegetables when they don’t know what to do with them. To make vegetables fun, try cutting them into shapes that kids will enjoy. You can cut carrots into stars, broccoli into trees, and other veggies like tomatoes or squash into any number of shapes. It’s also a good idea to add dips to your vegetable dishes.
Prepare a Dip for it
Kids might be more likely to eat their vegetables if they have a dip that they enjoy on the side.
You could also look up recipes that include interesting ingredients and try new ways of cooking vegetables like spaghetti squash so that it tastes better than it looks.
Get Kids to Help with Cooking
Have them help with chopping vegetables, measuring spices and even tasting along the way for seasoning. By getting kids involved at the beginning of cooking the vegetables, you will be creating a sense of ownership over their meal. When they see themselves as part of the process, they are more likely to want to try it.