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You see it everywhere. How to get your kids to eat vegetables! It’s simple! Simply hide the veggies in there so that they don’t know. They’ll never be any wiser! Or maybe you see recipes that encourage you just to add vegetables to a recipe to get them into your kids, perhaps just puree them up and add them in since they won’t eat them otherwise?

Is Hiding Veggies in Food a Good Idea?

Picture this. It’s an hour after breakfast, and your toddler decides they are bored. They head to the kitchen and grab whatever food they can reach.

An hour later, they’re bored again. They grab a step stool or their kitchen tower and climb up to the fridge to get into the drawer with food they can eat. They take some cheese, wander off and eat it.

Why You Need a Kitchen Is Closed Policy

Have you heard that you shouldn’t feed your kids cereal? That cereal is bad for toddlers? I can’t tell you how many times I have heard from parents that they feel guilty giving their kids cereal for breakfast, or that they haven’t ever considered it because of all the stories out there and the shame around “easy” foods and shortcuts. But cereal is a great nutritious option that makes getting breakfast on the table easier, and is something that can definitely be served to kids, with a few pointers and caveats.

Breakfast Cereal for Kids