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My Never Fail Way to Get Kids to Eat Vegetables

Since I’m a foodie turned food blogger everyone assumes I grew up with yummy and wonderful homemade meals.

Photo courtesy of Amazon

Nope.

Sorry Mom.

My mom didn’t grow up cooking and she’s not a foodie.  To be polite there were meals put before me that I wasn’t particularly fond of – but I ate them anyway because that was our house rule. (Fortunately, that is no longer the case. Mom has some cook stuff up her culinary sleeve now.)

Ironically my sister and I ARE foodies, I’m sure that is the reason why.

Birdseye (the most fun group at Blissdom!) recorded my number one tip to give moms on how to get their kids to eat their vegetables. I embedded it below.




If you click over to YouTube and “Like” my video and I get the most Likes, I could win a trip to New York!

Do you think I’m too hard core? How do you get kids to eat their vegetables?


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