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Did you know ninety percent of kids don’t eat the recommended amount of veggies? Birds Eye Vegetables and Nickelodeon’s Sam & Cat Star Jennette McCurdy have been on a mission to put play back on the plate and get families to Rewrite the Dinnertime Rules. They’re encouraging kids to play with their veggies and take charge when it comes to dinnertime, in an effort to learn to love eating healthier.

Birds Eye is offering a few tips on how to get kids to eat more veggies:jennette

  1.       When kids are involved, they’re more likely to eat their creations.  Let the kids help with the shopping, choosing of the recipes, prep and cooking of the meals. Have them choose the veggies they want to eat for dinner (encourage a variety of colors and flavors) and which they want to pack in their lunch.
  2.       Have family playtime with veggies! Kids can create rainbows on their plate with veggies or make smiley face pizzas – use mini whole wheat pitas as the base and let the kids add marinara sauce, reduced-fat cheese and use veggies to make faces.
  3.       Veggies can be used in surprising and delicious ways! Make veggie smoothies (mixed veggies with yogurt, OJ and honey) or refreshing popsicles (carrots and OJ). You and your kids will be amazed at all the cool ways you can eat your veggies.
  4.       Amp up the cool factor of veggies. Celebrate veggies and how delicious and fun they can be by always using positive words when talking about them.  It helps to bring up some of the kid’s favorite stars, such as Jennette McCurdy of Sam & Cat, who love eating veggies for dinner.
  5.       Combine new veggies with a few simple ingredients to make familiar dishes. Kids love corn and peas served with butter and salt. Try expanding their palate by making pea guacamole, corn salsa or other unique creations that combine old favorites with healthy veggies.

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41 Responses

  1. I’ve used kale and spinach to make smoothies before, but never thought about expanding what I include…maybe I will next time.

  2. My daughter seems to like raw veggies more than cooked at the moment, so we go with it. It’s all cyclical, and we are hopeful that since we eat lots of veggies, she’ll see that while growing up and will learn to love them too!

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