Getting Kids to Eat Vegetables
A Well luckily not all vegetables are green! Try brighter colors. I notice my daughter always go for the brightest color on her plate first. Winter squashes such as acorn, butternut, delicata, kobacha in season (fall through early summer) are vibrant orange inside. They are sweet too. Same for carrots. Summer squashes are bright yellow and green. Red radishes, boiled turn pretty pink. Try cutting the vegetables in attractive shapes. rounds, rolls, half moons, flowerettes. Keep cuts same size. Mix similar vegetables like cauliflower with broccoli. I always present the foods I make for my child on a plate and I tell her what each dish is, telling her what is in it. Even though so far your daughter has shown a dislike for green foods keep an open and positive mind when you offer her these foods. She can change (all kids do) her culinary choices and most likely will.