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Sneak in some veggies

By Carolyn Malcoun, March 31, 2009 - 4:36am

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Sneak in some veggies

Are you a vegetable-phobe? Or maybe you have a kid who won’t eat anything but iceberg lettuce in a salad or your husband (like mine!) swears that parsnips are only good for the compost bin. Let me offer you a glimmer of hope: it can take as many as 10 to 15 tastes before a person will learn to appreciate a new flavor, so don’t give up just yet. Use April Fools’ Day as an opportunity to add some vegetables to your picky eater’s diet. Here are a few ways to sneak some vegetables into meals so good they will ask for seconds (don’t miss our video that shows you how to make Baked Mac & Cheese healthy). And in case you were wondering, I’ve been stealthily adding parsnips to a blend of roasted vegetables and Dan has no clue!

» Read on to discover 5 ways to sneak veggies into family meals

Get the recipe: Chilaquiles Casserole

TAGS: Carolyn Malcoun, Healthy Cooking Blog

Carolyn Malcoun
Carolyn Malcoun combines her love of food and writing as a recipe contributor for EatingWell. Carolyn has a culinary arts degree from New England Culinary Institute and a degree in journalism from University of Wisconsin—Madison. Carolyn lives in Burlington, Vermont, and enjoys cooking, gardening, hiking and running in her free time.

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