I recently discovered that you can sneak in cauliflower in certain dishes to make the dish healthier or add in a dose of vegetables. Parent Hacks
has a great recipe for mac 'n cheese
that substitutes milk with cauliflower puree. I recently tried this recipe and also mashed cauliflower at a family gathering and everyone liked it and couldn't tell there was cauliflower in the dish!
Several of the children in my family detest veggies but I think this is more of a rash judgment call based on an older sibling's dislike. We'd really like to get them to try all kinds of vegetables but aren't sure how. The cauliflower sub has been great but does anyone have any other suggestions on how to introduce veggies in a child's diet or other sneaky substitution recipes?