An easier way to get the veggies down

We are all about getting our kids to eat veggies. But the truth us, some kids are just picky, picky, picky. If you have a kid who refuses their greens, this may be a good option: My Daily Veggies, a blend of whole dried USDA-certified organic vegetables that you can mix with or add to your favorite dishes to boost the nutritional value. Since the USDA recommends a whopping five to nine servings of vegetables a day, this is a great way to get your kids TWO servings without a fight. It's made of 100% dried whole organic vegetables from the green, red and orange-yellow food groups that, as defined by the USDA, provide two full servings of vegetables per single-serve packet. I have thrown this into a berry smoothie and the kids did not notice. It can also be used to add nutritional value to rice, soups and sauces, burgers, stir-fried dishes and just about anything else you can cook up.


  1. Wow..what a great idea..I may check this one out!
    -sandy toe

  2. Very interesting! Can you get this at Whole Foods?

  3. I love you for telling me this. (and other things, but for today, it's this.)

  4. Thank you so much for sharing this great idea! I hate to admitt it but my little one has no problem eating her veggies - it's me with the problem! I intend on using this product when cooking our family meals.

  5. So much easier than having to always "deceptively delicious" the meals. Where can it be purchased? Whole Paycheck? Mother's?

  6. Kristen, you must have taken down the post about blog security, but google reader knows all :)

    I currently put it all out there, but once Aubrey (3.5) is in school I am either going to set my blog to private or take it down completely. It totally creeps me out that someone knows enough personal info to convince my kid they are a "safe" adult. I have a year and a half to figure it out.



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