Good Eatin': 8 Ways to Get Baby Used to Healthy Foods

Photo by: Lacy Stroessner
Be a sneaky chef!
Some babes despise veggies. As a parent, do your best to sneak them in when you can. Shred an entire zucchini into your spaghetti sauce, add some peas to the... more 
Photo by: Lacy Stroessner
Be a sneaky chef!
Some babes despise veggies. As a parent, do your best to sneak them in when you can. Shred an entire zucchini into your spaghetti sauce, add some peas to the mac & cheese, throw in a handful of spinach when you're making their favorite smoothie!
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Fri, Apr 5, 2013 1:56 PM EDT
It's no secret that food can be one of the most problematic areas that parents face. Picky eaters and defiant toddlers can sometimes make it hard on moms and dads, especially when parents are trying their best to feed their children a nutritious diet. As a mom, I have certainly had my fair share of struggles with feeding my daughters, but after a couple of years I finally feel like I have a few good tricks up my sleeve. My kids eat a variety of foods - things that can certainly benefit their health, and things that I didn't even try until I was in my twenties. By Lacy Stroessner



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