Kid-Friendly Recipes Packed With Nutrition. It is universally acknowledged that children, at all costs, will avoid anything packed with nutrition. Parents have no option but to devise creative ways to trick them into eating nutritious food.
Worry not; we’re here to add more ideas to your list.
Jeannie Lee’s recipe is perfect for sneaking extra veggies into your kids’ diet while indulging their sweet cravings.
It may even excite kids about eating vegetables. The sweetness of the brown sugar and golden raisins will appeal to their taste buds, while the grated carrot and walnuts provide a nutritional boost. Plus, the cupcakes are the perfect size for little hands to hold and enjoy as a snack or dessert.
Doreen Quek’s recipe for banana cake cupcakes is simple and easy to follow. Plus, bananas are a great source of potassium and dietary fiber, which help regulate blood pressure and promote healthy digestion. And since these cupcakes use very ripe bananas, they’re naturally sweeter, meaning less sugar is needed in the recipe.
You’ll love that your little ones get a healthy nutrient dose in every bite. So, try Doreen’s recipe and watch your kids gobble them up!
Oatmeal Cranberries Cookies
This recipe by Adeline is a healthy and delicious alternative to regular chocolate chip cookies.
These cookies are a great way to get kids to consume oatmeal, a rich fiber source that helps regulate digestion. Dried cranberries are also a good source of antioxidants, adding a delicious tartness to the cookies. The recipe makes 32 cookies, and they are perfect for lunch boxes, after-school snacks, or even as a treat during playtime.
If kids can get wiser in making excuses to get out of eating their fruits and veggies, parents can match the creativity by sneaking healthy ingredients into their kids’ favorite recipes. Try these cooking recipes and check out our other home cooked food recipes Singapore.