For a small child an idea might be to make up some vegetable 'fritters'. They make great 'finger' food. The veggies can be cut up small too. This can include every combination of vegetable, rice, oats, etc. and an egg for a binder. See SP for recipe ideas. Pan fry or bake in muffin cups. After you see if you're going to like them -- freeze the extras for a quick to-go snack or on the run meal.
I think it is a good idea to teach our kids to eat (and learn to like) the most 'natural' form of fruits and veggies. Helping them appreciate the 'undressed' foods and tastes also so they don't always have to have food 'dressed' with seasonings, sauces and fillers.
I have personally struggled with learning to like the bland the plain and the natural forms of some foods (broccoli for one).
I like broccoli "dressed up" even if it's only a little steaming and a sprinkle of salt.
Wiggle room on my weight! Getting consistent with exercise tipped the scales . . . in a good way~just don't think I need to lose any more--just get firm and fit!
SW: 275-276 Ht. 5'6"
GW: 135 (goal range: 130-140)
My focus is fitness!
(I'm getting there . . . )
| current weight: -9.9 under