You probably have the ingredients in your kitchen right now.
Joy McCarthy, RNCP, CNP
You know that eating a good mix of foods from the plant kingdom ensures kids get plenty of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytonutrients. You’re probably aware that children who are raised on a variety of plant-based foods have a reduced risk of obesity—and a lower likelihood of developing heart disease, cancer, and diabetes later in their lives. What you may not know is how to get your kids to eat enough veggies to actually reap all those benefits. Or how to get them off junk food and onto better-for-them treats. With these delicious, wholesome dishes, you can do both … without breaking the bank or breaking a sweat.