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    Hide the Veggies

    Recipes I use, or will try to use to hide veggies from my kids. If you have any ideas for this...let me know!

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    Adapted from Taste of Home magazine to hide zucchini from my group. Works well and the kids dont really notice anything. They asked once and I said it was cheese. I use for lasagne, parmigiana, spaghetti, etc.

    Recipe #116267

    I developed this through many years of trial and error with my boys. As with many young children, they HATED most vegetables, and I couldn't stand a red sauce made without them. I had to get very inventive, and "sneak" the vegetable flavor into my sauce, without them knowing what was in it. Now that they are grown, I'm not so diligent about mincing my vegetables, and usually just dice them by hand when I make this delicious sauce. The real beauty of this sauce is that the seasoning is strictly "no fuss". The Italian sausage, vegetables and dry salad dressing mix provide most of the seasoning. No need to try to figure out how much oregano is too much! I use the same sauce for manicotti, lasagna and baked ziti. It's also terrific on baked potatoes for a quick lunch!

    Recipe #102870

    Smuggle some vegetables into your family's favourite pizza! From a Mollie Katzen recipe.

    Recipe #69647

    You'll think you hit the jackpot when you take a bite of these babies. Happily healthy with whole wheat flour and other nutritious goodies, put your money on these muffins for breakfast or as the perfect anytime snack. Recipe is from the La Leache League International cookbook "Whole Foods for the Whole Family" and credited to Cathy Grant (Richmond, British Columbia), Marion Bueche (Gray, Saskatchewan) and Margaret J. Donner (Kitchner, Ontario). Prep time does not include time to grate carrots.

    Recipe #98447

    4 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is the yummy way we use up leftover sweet potatoes at my house. Often I'll bake sweet potato fries and have them leftover. I just put them in the food processor to puree them and then use them to make these. Prep time does not include sweet potato cooking time. Mine often have some pepper and salt in them because I had put them on the fries. But you can make these sweeter by adding 1/4 cup of sugar with the dry ingredients.

    Recipe #75791


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