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Old 11-25-2012, 01:20 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by myclanof6
I always hide veggies in food. Ds3 would only eat black eyes peas for the longest time. When he was turning 5 I told him since he was a big boy he had to try two new veggies each year. Now he eats green beans or corn (about 3-4 bites) but that's it.
I grate zucchini, squash and carrots into most spaghetti/marina type sauces and no one knows. I make chicken broth by boiling chicken breast with onion, celery and carrots, then make a purée out of the veggies to add to gravy.
I don't have much help other than "forcing" them to take at least 1 bite of it and always putting it on their plates. My kids know that they have to try 1 bite before leaving the table. They have to eat 3-4 to get dessert.
Thanks! I hadn't thought to grate them into things, that's smart.

She is only 14 1/2 months, so trying to make her eat bites is pretty futile yet, haha. I will be getting creative until she is a bit older.
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