Cute Vegetable Creations for Kids

June 17 is Eat Your Vegetables Day! Strategically created in the middle of National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month, this day is the perfect opportunity to encourage nutritious eating and re-introduce a healthy portion of vegetables into your family’s diet. If it's a constant battle to get your kids to eat their veggies, try these adorable creations for a change. These delicious, but easy recipes will have your child asking for more!

Anna Karmel's Veggie Burgers
These veggie bites/burgers are a great way to get kids to eat more veggies, and they're suitable for kids under the age of 1. Get recipe from Good to Know.

Pinwheel Salad
This colourful pinwheel salad is a breeze to make and easy to assemble, especially if you use pre-cut veggies. Arrange the fresh vegetables in the shape of a pinwheel for a colourful snack that kids will want to eat. Get recipe from

Zucchini Boats
Whether your garden is overflowing with zucchini, or you picked some up at the grocery store, have your kids try these stuffed zucchini pizza boats. The process is simple, and the kids can help! Get recipe from Super Healthy Kids.

Funny Face Veggie Pizzas
Kids will have fun making funny faces with their favourite vegetables. Get recipe from Betty Crocker.

Veggie Train
This Veggie Train is an EASY snack for kids to enjoy. Get recipe from Mommy Moment.

MONSTER Veggie Burgers
Why should meat lovers have all the fun? This larger than life veggie burger is loaded with fresh vegetables and tasty chickpeas. It moves veggies from the side to the center of the plate. Get recipe from Betty Crocker.

Turkey Veggie Tray
Your kids will giggle with delight at this turkey veggie tray, and it’s an easy way to get them excited about eating vegetables! Get recipe from Eating Richly.

Rainbow Veggie Pizza for Kids
Ready in just 10 minutes, this pizza is a great healthy alternative to regular pizza that kids will love! Get recipe from My Fussy Eater.

Kids Salad
Kids love making this good-for-you salad! It never turns out the same way twice! Get recipe from Betty Crocker.

Skeleton and Brain Dip
This Skeleton and Brain Dip recipe includes ranch dressing for the skeleton's brains and fresh veggies for the skeleton's limbs! Get recipe from Kraft.

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