Kid-Friendly Ways to Eat Super Foods

Staff Writer
Pack these super foods into your diet without any trouble from your kids
Brooklyn Supper

Eating healthy can be tough for adults, but for kids, it can seem nearly impossible. With their limited palates and penchant for pizza and fries (not to mention chicken nuggets), kids aren’t exactly salad lovers. But with a few clever recipes, you might be surprised at how simple healthy family eating can be, for adults and kids alike.

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Forget salads, and there's no need to hide healthy foods in macaroni and cheese, or add them to pizza or spaghetti. Instead, turn beets into colorful beet hummus, mash up avocados to make avocado toast, and add a dollop of Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. 

You'll forget about adding tons of cheese to make these appealing to your kids; these vibrant, healthy recipes are sure to be crowd-pleasers, with options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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