I recently received a Nutrition Question, through Ask the Nutritionist (RD) on superkidsnutrition.com, “What else can I give my kids at dinner aside from carrots and cauliflower night that my kids will eat.”
First off, great job on the cauliflower! This is a food that may take kids several attempts at trying before they really eat it. At our home, cauliflower is often referred to as snow clouds or snow trees, sometimes just calling it something new and imaginative makes children more receptive.
Here’s a quick ideas that should get your kids saying yum-o!
Purple Cabbage Delight
As a dietitian who teaches functional foods I have to mention cabbage is a food you want to include!
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