17 Healthier Versions of Your Kids' Favorite Foods

It's not that easy to feed kids these days, especially when they only want to eat what they are familiar with. Here are 17 healthier versions of your kids' favorite foods that you could make at home. You don't need to feed them with pizza and other processed foods on a regular basis. It's good to teach your kids how to eat right because eating habits are something that they will carry with them into adulthood. By changing up the classic recipes that we are all used to, you can make healthier versions of the recipes that will be just as good. If your kids become accustomed to eating healthy they won't know any different and will appreciate healthier eating. They will also learn that healthy foods tastes good. The following examples will prove that. Kids also love the familiar, they love recipes that taste good. If you're sneaky about it and add vegetables to familiar recipes, they most likely won't even know the difference as long as the food still tastes good. You can still feel good about serving your kids mac and cheese, just in a healthier version.

First on the list of healthier recipes is a baked whole wheat corn dog recipe. This healthier recipe version of classic corn dogs can also use turkey dogs for an even healthier recipe of the old favorite. Next on the list is a homemade popsicle recipe. This healthy popsicle recipe uses fresh blackberries, yogurt and honey for a sweet treat that you won't feel guilty about.Next instead of eating regular burgers, you'll want to try this black bean burger recipe, they are just as delicious and a good option to change things up. These are just a few of the healthier versions of classic recipes. There are plenty of easy ways to change up classic recipes into healthier versions that you can enjoy.

Blackberries are just one of the fruits you can use in a fruit popsicle recipe. The blackberry is an edible berry that contains numerous large seeds that are not always preferred by the people who eat them. Nevertheless, blackberries are a popular fruit when they are in season, and can be frozen to enjoy in recipes all year long. Blackberry seeds contain oils that are rich in omega-3 and six fats (linoleic acid). Blackberries are high in Vitamin C, with lesser amounts of Vitamin A, calcium, and iron. The soft fruit of the blackberry is popular for use in the dessert recipe, jam recipes, seedless jelly recipes, and sometimes wine. Blackberries are often mixed with apples for use in pie and crumble recipes. Blackberries are also used to make candy. Blackberries are excellent nectar producers. Blackberry shrubs bearing flowers yield a medium to dark, fruity honey. The word bramble is a word meaning any impenetrable thicket, and has traditionally been used specifically for the blackberry or its products. In the western United States, the term caneberry is used to refer to blackberries and raspberries as a group rather than the term bramble.

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