Most parents will understand the daily struggle of getting their children to eat snacks and meals which are healthy and nutritious. At The Brook Early Education and Care, we’ve found one of the best ways to get children excited about eating fruit and veggies is to present food to them in a fun and unique way. Getting your children involved with the cooking and teaching them healthy eating habits early on will help them to learn how to make wise food choices in the future.
We have a quick and easy recipe which incorporates a variety of veggies in a fun way which we guarantee will get your child excited about healthy eating. These emoji frittatas will be enjoyed by even the fussiest eater, and your kids will love decorating them to make funny faces. This particular recipe calls for carrots, potatoes, peas and corn, however, you can always swap these out for other veggies you have on hand that are similar.
At The Brook, we ensure your children are provided with tasty and nutritious foods each day, so we encourage parents to continue the good work at home, by feeding your children nutritious foods such as fruit and veggies in their everyday diets.
Want more tips on how to get your kids to eat vegetables? Here are 2 delicious ways to Sneak Veggies Into Children’s Favourite Foods.
Here’s another healthy recipe you might want to try: Layered Yoghurt & Fruit Crumble
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Recipe & Image sourced from Woolworths