Top 15 Kid-Friendly Vegetables Your Child Will Love To Eat

Vegetables are extremely essential for our body. This is something we understand when we grow older. As kids, vegetables are our greatest enemies, and our mom has to turn the house upside down to stuff these vegetables in our mouth. So to solve your problem, we have a list of top 15 kid-friendly vegetables that are absolutely tasty and loaded with nutrients.

1. Asparagus

Top 15 Kid-Friendly Vegetables - Asparagus

We all think that kids hate green, maybe they do, but Asparagus is surely an exception. Asparagus tastes very distinct. Its earthy taste makes it popular among the kids. Eating Asparagus can be extremely beneficial since it is low on calories and a great source of fiber, vitamins, and folate. It helps in weight loss, improves digestion, healthy pregnancy outcomes, and lower blood pressure.

2. Bell Pepper

Bell Pepper

Bell peppers make our dish colorful, making it more alluring for the kids. Bell peppers are fruiter, sweeter, and it has a bit of grassy flavor. Bell pepper is very nutritious for our body since they are a great source of vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, fiber, folate, and iron. Their crunch makes every dish delicious and lip-smacking.

3. Sweet Potato

Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes don’t even need to be cooked into a grand dish to taste good. Just roast them, and you are all set to treat our taste buds. You won’t even have to plate an attractive dish, the tasty aroma will force your kids to finish up the plate. Sweet potatoes are loaded with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. You will be surprised to know that sweet potato even has cancer-fighting properties.

4. Sweet Corn

Sweet Corn

As the name suggests, Sweet corn is sweet and juicy and who doesn’t love sweet corn? Whether its barbecue or part of some Chinese dish, just boil them and you are all set to feast yourself with fine taste. Corn is rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and also helps in reducing risks of anemia.

5. Peas

Peas

Peas are sweet, plump, and has a perfect spring flavor. Peas can be easily incorporated in any dish since it easily blends with other flavors. Peas have a great number of health benefits since it is filled with magnesium, potassium, and calcium. Peas are even helpful in reducing the risk of heart disease.

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6. Mushrooms

Mushrooms

Mushrooms have a fleshy and fruiting body of a fungus. It is full of umami or glutamate taste. Its taste is fabulous, but some people don’t like it because of its meaty texture. Every type of mushroom is a rich source of protein and fiber. They even contain vitamins B and also a powerful antioxidant called selenium, which boosts our immune system.

7. Beetroot

Beetroot

You might be surprised, but kids like beetroot due to its attractive color. According to research, teens are said to hate beetroots more than kids. Beetroot is a beautiful blend of earthy sweet taste and a little bit of bitterness. Beetroot helps in lowering blood pressure, improves stamina, prevents cancer, and maintains body weight.

8. Cabbage

Cabbage

Little children love Chinese food, and no Chinese food is ever complete without cabbage. Therefore, kids have a great relationship with cabbage, because it brings a crunch into our dish and its peppery sweet taste. Cabbage is packed with nutrients such as vitamin C and vitamin K. It helps in improving digestion, keeps inflammation in check, and lowers cholesterol levels.

9. Cauliflower

Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a very beautiful vegetable that attracts people of all age groups. Additionally, its sweet, nutty flavor gives us every reason to love them. Cauliflower is high on fiber, a good source of antioxidants, aids in weight loss, and very easy to add to your diet. It provides our body with antioxidants and phytonutrients that can protect us against cancer.

10. Carrot

Carrot

Carrot is a root vegetable that is often claimed to be perfectly healthy food. They are crunchy and sweet, making them extremely tasty. Carrot can be used to add color to our dish, making our dish very attractive. Carrot is a great source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants. They are even linked to lower cholesterol levels and improved eye health.

11. Broccoli

Broccoli

Broccoli comes from the cabbage family; it has large flowering head and stalk can be eaten as a vegetable. Its grassy, earthy, and slightly bitter flavor can enhance the taste of any dish. Broccoli is an excellent source of fiber and protein. It contains iron, potassium, calcium, selenium, and magnesium as well as vitamins A, C, E, K, and a good array of B vitamins including folic acid.

12. Cucumber

Cucumber

The flavor of cucumber is very similar to the smell of impending rain, light, cool, and fresh. Cucumber has always been the only part of salad we happily eat. Cucumber refreshes us with its pulpy texture, melon aroma, and sweet-bitter taste. Cucumber is very low on calories but extremely high on important vitamins and minerals. It contains antioxidants that aid weight loss and reduce blood sugar.

13. Zucchini

Zucchini

Zucchini is a summer squash, also called by the name, courgette, Turai, and baby marrow. Zucchini has a mild flavor that is slightly sweet and bitter. Its sweetness becomes more evident when cooked. Zucchini is filled with goodness such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds. Zucchini contributes to digestion, improves heart health, strengthens your vision, and lowers blood sugar level.

14. Celery

Celery
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Celery is a marshland plant. It has a long fibrous stalk tapering into leaves. Celery is very fun to eat due to their tingly sensation on your tongue. When eaten raw, it is salty, bitter, and very crunchy. But when cooked, it adds a lot of flavor and depth into your dish. Celery has a great source of antioxidants. Additionally, it helps in reducing inflammation, supports digestion, and has an alkalizing effect.

15. Jicama

Jicama
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Jicama, also known as Mexican yam bean or Mexican turnip, is an edible root. In appearance, it is very similar to potatoes but tastes like a mixture of potato and pear. You might imagine it to be something you definitely will not like, but trust me, it’s delicious. It can be easily cooked, into excellent dishes which you cannot resist for sure. It boosts heart health, promotes digestion, and very good for our gut bacteria.

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