By Madeline MorraJan 20, 2016
Kids and vegetables. Sometimes the struggle is very real. But there's hope! These recipes are full of enough delicious ingredients and taste so good that you’ll soon be hearing requests for these green favourites.
Ready in just 16 minutes, this will become a go-to recipe for your family.
Get the recipe: Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry>
If your kids are resistant to broccoli, try chopping it really small to disguise it in this yummy egg dish.
Get the recipe: Crustless Quiche>
Broccoli is perfectly hidden in the creamy cheddar sauce of this yummy potato gnocchi.
Get the recipe: Potato Gnocchi with Creamy Ham-and-Broccoli Sauce>
Even if you're not a huge broccoli fan, this mild but creamy soup is satisfying and delicious.
Get the recipe: Broccoli-Cheddar Soup>
Light and packed with veggies, this pasta salad (pictured on the centre spoon) makes a great side dish and transports in lunch boxes with ease.
Get the recipe: Primavera Pasta Salad>
Just one taste and your kids will LOVE Broccoli Bacon Fried Rice.
Get the recipe: Broccoli Bacon Fried Rice>
If your fussy eater doesn't like cooked veggies, encourage them to eat raw with this simple and crunchy recipe.
Get the recipe: Cranberry Broccoli Salad>
If your kids normally say "no thank you" to broccoli, try roasting it. You'd be surprised what little ones will eat when roasted (*cough* kale *cough*).
Get the recipe: Zesty Roasted Broccoli>
Easily disguise broccoli in this flakey biscuit.
Get the recipe: Broccoli and Ham Biscuits>
Kids will love eating their greens with this tangy, crunchy salad.
Get the recipe: Sicilian Chopped Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad>