As you’re all probably aware, I’m one of two tuckshop convenors at my children’s school. Because of the new government initiative Smart Choices, we have to offer vegetables with most of the savoury dishes we create. A bit of a hurdle because if the children are anything like mine, vegetables aren’t their most favourite food to eat. My very fussy daughter loves potato, only in chip form mind you but my son will eat most vegetables, with a little persuasion. I’ve been searching the internet for ideas on how we can serve nutritious vegetable snacks to both the school children and my own children and I’m going to give some of these a go. Anything’s worth a try, right?
I recommend always offering children vegetables in their natural form but for a change, trying to add them http://radicore.org/fud/index.php?t=usrinfo&id=4352& into
dishes you know your children will eat is a lot better option sometimes. Grated vegies added to any meat or pulses are another way as is wrapping vegies in pastry with or without meat. Some of these are darn right tasty and suitable for us grown ups too. I hope you find some inspiration.
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