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Top 17 Hidden Veggie Recipes that Kids Will Love!

Hidden Veggie Recipe: Chances are, if you have a kid there will be some point in their life where they will REFUSE to eat vegetables. My son has been refusing to eat most vegetables since he was 18 months- He is currently 5 years old right now- so it’s been a struggle!

The only vegetables that he will eat are carrots and occasionally corn. It depends on his mood. The rest we have to sneak into him.

Now, I am not saying lie to your kids…. but when they ask what is in these recipes… you are going to want to stretch the truth. Maybe they won’t even ask because they won’t even know! That’s how hidden these veggies are.

Hidden Veggie Mac and Cheese

Photo Credit: Andianne

Starting off with a classic that most kids love! But with this Mac and Cheese, you will also be getting their veggies in too.

Hidden Veggie Mac and Cheese from Andianne

Chicken Meatballs with Hidden Veggies

Photo Credit: Life on Becon

Meatballs are one of my favorites foods in the world! And its also a kids favorite too! This hidden veggie recipe takes meatballs to a whole other level by having vegetables hidden in them!

Chicken Meatballs with Hidden Veggies by Life on Beacon

Whole Wheat Chocolate Veggie Muffins

Photo Credit: Bakes and Blunders

If you are looking for something with more of a desert feel, but still want to get those vegetables in, then this recipe is for you! Chocolate just makes life better!

Recipe from Bakes and Blunder

Hidden Veggie Recipe for Apple Sauce

Photo Credit: The Natural Nurturer

This apple sauce looks just soo good! I am a sucker for butternut squash, and I am so glad that this recipe has it hidden in it! Hopefully one day my son will be just as wild about butternut squash as I am, but for now, this will do.

Hidden Veggie Apple Sauce from The Natural Nurturer

Easy Vegetable Lasagna

Photo Credit: This Delicious House

What I love most about this recipe (besides the hidden veggies of course) is the ability to make this ahead of time. As a busy mom, making things ahead of time can be a lifesaver!

Easy Vegetable Lasagna from This Delicious House

Hidden Veggie Smoothie Pops

Photo Credit: Simply Today Life

I love the simplicity of this recipe. Not only is this recipe easy to make, but its yummy, healthy, and also a great summer treat! The kiddos will love this after a afternoon outside and you will love that its healthy!

Hidden Veggie Smoothie Pops by Simple Today Life

Hidden Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce

Photo Credit: The Skinny Fork

Ohhh how yummy does this look?! I love that it looks like typical Alfredo sauce- so your kids will never be able to tell that it’s actually healthy!

Hidden Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce from The Skinny Fork

Healthy Veggie Nuggets

Photo Credit: Real Mom Nutrition

If your kids are anything like my son, my son would choose to live off of McDonald’s chicken nuggets for the rest of his life. With this hidden veggie recipe, hopefully I can trick him into having some healthy, vegetable-filled nuggets instead!

Healthy Veggie Nuggets from Real Mom Nutrition

Easy Broccoli Banana Bread

Photo Credit: Cynful Kitchen

What a great way to sneak broccoli into your kid’s diet? With this recipe, they will never know that what they are eating actually has broccoli in it!

Easy Broccoli Banana Bread from Cynful Kitchen

Easy Carrot Stars

Photo Credit: Healthy Little Foodies

How cute are these?! Your kids will love that they are in such a fun shape! Also, they are super simple for you to make with only 4 ingredients that you probably already have on hand anyway!

Easy Carrot Stars from Healthy Little Foodies

Hidden Veggie Fruit Leather

Photo Credit: Food Wine Sunshine

What kid doesn’t like fruit roll-ups? Well, with this recipe, not you can make a snack that your kids love and it will be very healthy for them!

Strawberry Pineapple Hidden Veggie Fruit Leather from Food Wine Sunshine

Vegetable Soup for Picky Eaters

Photo Credit: High Chair Chronicles

This super easy soup is the perfect healthy dinner for a cold winter day! Not only is this healthy, but High Chair Chronicles also share her tips on how to try to get your toddler to try soup if they aren’t really a fan!

Vegetable Soup for Picky Eaters from High Chair Chronicles

Healthy Taco Meat

Photo Credit: Basil and Bubbly

Hi, my name is Nicole- and tacos are my weakness! But I feel like I am probably not the only one! Most kids love tacos too! With this recipe, you can now get you kids to eat their veggies with these yummy tacos!

Healthier Taco Meat from Basil and Bubbly

Mint Chocolate Chip Vegan Nice Cream

Photo Credit: Oh the Things We’ll Make

Seriously, this is so smart! What kid will say no to ice cream?! With this ‘nice’ cream, you kid will for sure be asking for seconds- and you won’t mind giving it to them because of how healthy it is!

Mint Chocolate Chip Vegan Nice Cream from Oh the Things We’ll Make

Pasta with Carrot Sauce

Photo Credit: Flavors Treat

I personally LOVE carrots, but I know lots of kids don’t! This recipe is perfect for the parents who like carrots, and perfect for the kids who don’t!

Healthy Carrot Pasta from Flavors Treat

Healthy Gummy Bears

Photo Credit: A Magical Mess

What a cute way to get those veggies in the kiddos! Made with carrots juice, pear juice, and honey- your kids will for sure eat these right up!

Healthy Gummy Bears from A Magical Mess

Fudgey Dark Chocolate Beet Brownies

Photo Credit: Pinch and Swirl

ohhh! This will for sure satisfy any kid with a chocolaty sweet tooth! And they will never even know that there are beets in here!

Fudgey Dark Chocolate Beet Brownies from Pinch and Swirl

What do you think about these Hidden Veggie Recipes? Do you think your kids will love them? Are you going to make them? Let me know in the comments down below!

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Hello! My name is Nicole! I have a wonderful husband named Aaron, and an adorable son named Andy. I love Disney, food, and traveling- and of course my family!


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