5 tips to encourage
your toddler to eat vegetables
Exploring New Tastes: From introducing fruit porridge at 4 months to discovering a world of flavours and textures, helping your little one enjoy a variety of fruits and vegetables can be a rewarding adventure. Check out these 5 tips to make vitamin-rich eating a breeze!
Boost veggie appetites:
let your plate lead the way
Children often imitate their parents, so one of the most effective ways to encourage veggie consumption is by leading by example. Lead by example by incorporating vegetables into your own meals and savoring them during family dining moments.
Make veggies fun
Little ones are drawn to bright colours and fun shapes. Use this to your advantage by presenting vegetables in creative and appealing ways on our fun silicone tableware.
Expose your child to a range of fruits & veggies early on-varied textures, colours, and flavours can spark their interest. Rotate options like carrots, peas, broccoli, cauliflower, apples and bananas, allowing them to develop favourites over time.
Sneak veggies into familiar dishes
Sometimes, the most effective way to get veggies into your toddler's diet is by incorporating them into dishes they already enjoy. Blend vegetables into smoothies, puree them into pasta sauces, or add them to casseroles and soups.
Just be patient
Don't give up if your toddler initially rejects vegetables. It may take several attempts for them to acquire a taste for certain veggies. Continue to offer a variety of vegetables in different preparations, and don't force the issue.
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