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  1. 1
    Barbara M says:

    What works for me – I tell the kids just to try a bit of the veggies.
    They don’t have to eat them all.
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    Tracy says:

    Well we find the best approach to getting our son to eat is to give him nothing but water once he wakes up from his nap, then he tends to eat his dinner and be more willing to try things when he is a little more hungry!

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    April Vereb says:

    All I have to do to get my son to eat them is tell them they’ll make his muscles bigger! LOL BUT..an easy way to add fruits/veggies to their diets is to make SHAKES! Yep. Good ole’ fruit shakes (w/ added “hidden” veggies!) :)

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    I put smashed avocado on my son’s sandwich instead of mayo

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    Michele P. says:

    I tell my daughter that she needs to try a little bit of it, say a bite or two, and then let me know if she likes it. I know there are always things that we don’t like to eat, and forcing them to eat something doesn’t always work either. The next time we make it, she may have 3 or 4 bites-sometimes this works well enough that after the required 1-2 bites she ends up liking it so much she asks me to make it again or asks for seconds. If she doesn’t like it on the second try, then I will try it again weeks or months later. She always does the required bites without a fuss, but finally after a few times-we just decide it is not her thing to eat and offer healthy side dishes that she can have plenty of instead of the main course which she is not crazy about.

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    Jes says:

    nothing works in this house. I have to hide the veggies to get them to eat them.

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    Jessie C. says:

    I try to be creative- mix chopped/fined veggies into homemade bread or smoothies. Disguise the fact they’re having veggies to be exact.

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    hollowsins says:

    I just stick to the ones they like or at least can spruce up.I give them a teaspoon of caramel topping to dip fruits in or ranch dressing for veggies.I figure a little of the “bad” is ok if it gets them to eat the good too.

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    I started my kids young. I made dinner and that is what they ate. No exceptions. They are not complainers and usually eat really well. I believe if you don’t give in to them, they will learn to be happy with what is given to them. I make sure they understand how lucky they are to have the meal in front of them. That lots of other kids aren’t as lucky. They tend not to argue with me!

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    Kristen Eby says:

    I know it’s not the best way, but for the initial try phase, I add something sweet or cheesy to it. Once they like the veggie, it can be prepared in other manners w/o a fight.

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    The easiest way is to add cheese to broccoli! It’s probably not the best method, but if it works, it works. We love chicken nuggets though!!!

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    Lauralee Hensley says:

    One way is in a juicer to add veggies to a fruit juice blend.
    You’ll find you need a little more fruit than veggies to disguise the taste of the veggies most time. Give the juice vegetable blends as snacks, or even add in some ice cream to make a shake.

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    chelsea says:

    Helping out in the garden works at our house, who doesnt like pulling carrots up?

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    NJJ says:

    I start w/ ranch dip for raw veggies then Use Kernal Seaons flavored seasoning for cooked veggies!

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    Karla Sceviour says:

    I always try to get him to “eat just one bite”! Then,hopefully,he will like it and want to eat more!

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    Nicole Greene says:

    We make smoothies/shakes and hide some veggies in with the fruit—they can’t even taste the difference :)

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    Margie says:

    Although our children are now grown…we used to get them to eat by making them eat at least a small portion. After a while, they usually ended up liking the more healthy foods.

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    Kimberly says:

    I usually try to make it with something else that they like or add vegggies into a casserole.

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    Tamara B. says:

    I give them frozen peas and they love them, I also will blend in carrots, onions in my homemade marinari sauce, They have no clue and they just love it.

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    Jackie says:

    When my kids were younger I always put raw veggies (carrots and celery) on the table along with ranch dressing. I don’t know if they actually liked the veggies, but they sure loved the ranch dressing. Thanks!
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    Mary-Frances C. says:

    My advice is dipping sauce. My girls will almost eat anything with dipping sauce.
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    Vicki Wurgler says:

    I cut them up into small pieces and they prefer raw veggies not cooked

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    Jennifer T. says:

    I find my daughter’s more likely to eat a veggie that she helped pick out at the store or helped me cook.

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    Donna C. says:

    I don’t make a big deal out of them. Put them on the plate and let them try it. If they get use to eating them at an early age it is easier when they are older

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    We give them reward stickers if they just give a new food a try,an it works most of the time,they love getting stickers


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    karen M says:

    Before they leave the table and if they are not eating what I think they should, I tell them they need to eat 3 bites of whatever veggie or meat than they can leave. Lot better than making them eat all of it

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    jenn Giannetto says:

    lately ive been getting my son to eat his veggies by doing airplanes, cars, trains, and other vehicles noises and then getting to his mouth and saying beep beep or hoooonk for him to open. hes so distracted by the fun of it that he will eat whatever is on the spoon/fork

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    My nugget of wisdom is to add a little bit of cheese to the veggie or if they eat all their veggies give them an extra scoop of mac n cheese – i have been pretty fortunate both my kids eat most veggies pretty well – they like steamed veggies the best

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    Shirley says:

    I try to mix veggies into the foods they like, sometimes they don’t even know I have added anything.

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    Well, I’m pretty fortunate. My son eats well and is adventurous with what he eats. But when he doesn’t want to eat or try something, he can’t have dessert or a sweet snack that he wants. That usually entices him to at least try new things.


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    Lisa L says:

    I can get my son to eat fruits but veggies are much harder. I make sweet potato fries which he loves. He’ll eat some veggies if it’s in a soup.

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    trixx says:

    The only way I can get my daughter to eat veggies is to withhold dessert till she finishes them

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    Kim says:

    DIPS are the best way to get them to eat!

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    chicken nuggets then twinkies or another dessert

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