Hidden veggie recipes

Toddlers and vegetables don’t always exist in harmony. These toddler friendly hidden veggie recipes will have your toddler eating veggies in no time. From nuggets to pastas, there is something for everyone.

All recipes have the toddler tick of approval and can be frozen for a future date, so let’s get cooking!

Chicken veggie nuggets

These nuggets are crunchy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and have TWO hidden veggies in them! Your fussy little one will be none the wiser. You can find the recipe here.

Veggie loaded sausage rolls

These vegetarian sausage rolls have such a delicious texture and flavour. They feel naughty, even though they’re nice! We eat a batch over 2-3 days, between us all. Thanks to @lifeofkatiewilliams for the recipe. They’re super easy to make – just while ingredients in a blender, roll and bake.

You can find the recipe here.

Hidden veggie loaf

This sweet loaf is perfect for little mouths, with no refined sugar and loads of veggies. It’s moist, freezes well, and makes for a great lunchbox addition. Try it out today!

You can find the recipe here.

Hidden veggie bolognese

If you’re looking for the ultimate recipe to get veggies into your toddler, this is it. With finely diced onion and celery, and grated carrot and zucchini, this dish is just as healthy as it is hearty. But don’t let the veggies fool you! It’s still rich, wholesome and will have everyone in the family going back for seconds. You honestly cannot taste the veggies, I promise!

You can find the recipe here.

Baked pesto risotto

Haven’t perfected your risotto yet? This recipe is all you need. It will save you time, save your wrists, and produces a beautifully al dente texture every time.

Simply prepare your veg, bring your ingredients to a boil, bake and serve. This recipe is scalable and can feed a crowd. It freezes well, making for the perfect meal prep.

You can find the recipe here.

Cauliflower pasta

Super creamy and packed with nutritious cauliflower, this yummy sauce is great on pasta. I serve mine with chicken for added protein.

You can find the recipe here.

Hidden veggie recipes

Ash

Ash

A passionate foodie and mum!

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