If there is one person you can count on to get kids to eat their veggies you’d imagine it would be Jamie Oliver.
After all he’s the guy behind the ‘Food Revolution’.
He’s the one my thoughts often turn to after once again my six-year-old leaves his broccoli untouched and his peas neatly shovelled to the side.
He’s the one I google when I’m trying to find yet another recipe that might, just maybe, entice my kids to dare to eat something green.
He’s the one I turn up the volume on when I see him on the TV, cocky smile, surrounded by fresh produce and doting cherub-faced kids munching away on kale and carrots as if they were Mars Bars.
He’s the guru we look to for an answer.
And he’s certainly been full of tips over the years.
Get kids involved in cooking.
Keep it fresh and simple.
Start your own veggie patch.
Be consistent, keep on trying night after night.
Start them young.
Make it educational.
Involve them in cooking.