3 Tips for Kid-Friendly Salads

<p class="">Salads are nutrition-packed meals, but young children not might be too fond of these leafy meals. Here’s some tips for parents that can help make salads part of family mealtimes!  </p>
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<p class=""> If your children are unsure about eating salad, try making a salad together during dinnertime. When kids are involved in the cooking process, they are more likely to try new foods because they had a hand in creating it.  </p>
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<p class="">When making salads for kids, simple is best. Use a few ingredients and make sure the ingredients are fruits or veggies your children have tried in the past and already like. Always ensure fruit and veggies are cut into bite-sized pieces.  </p>
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<p class="">Need a yummy salad that’s sure to please the whole family? Try <a href="https://bamboo-broccoli-fyxa.squarespace.com/s/gooses-garden-salad-recipe.png"><span>Goose’s Garden Salad from Cooking with Potter the Otter</span></a>! This salad is packed with garden-fresh veggies including tomatoes and cucumbers – all of which are high in nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins. </p>
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