Add spinach, kale, carrots, or other vegetables to fruit smoothies. The natural sweetness from fruits can help mask the taste of vegetables.
Puree vegetables like carrots, tomatoes, or bell peppers and add them to pasta sauces, chili, or soups.
Create homemade popsicles using pureed vegetables and fruits. Kids might enjoy a refreshing treat without realizing they're eating vegetables.
Grate vegetables like zucchini or carrots and mix them into meatballs, burgers, or meatloaf.
Make "fries" from vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots, or zucchini. Baking or air-frying them can create a crunchy texture that kids often enjoy.
The familiar taste can help ease the introduction of new vegetables.
Fill wraps or quesadillas with a mix of veggies, cheese, and proteins. The colorful presentation might make it more appealing.
Add grated vegetables like carrots or zucchini to pancake or waffle batter. It's a sweet way to incorporate veggies into breakfast.
Make your own veggie chips by thinly slicing vegetables like sweet potatoes, beets, or kale and baking them until crispy.
Get creative with the presentation. Arrange vegetables into fun shapes or designs on the plate.