Most adults like broccoli, but my kids absolutely hate it. My goal for the next few months is try and find a few gluten free broccoli recipes they will eat.
Gluten Free Broccoli Recipes for Kids
What kid doesn’t love nuggets? Not only are they finger food, but you get to dip them and kids love that. These nuggets are made with broccoli, carrots, and cheese as the main stars of the recipe. There are also plenty of seasoning. This is a recipe that the entire family can enjoy. Make these for dinner one night and serve with your kids’ favorite gluten free dip.
As a mom, you sometimes have to use a bit of trickery to get your kids to eat their veggies. These “cheese” sticks are a perfect example. Containing broccoli, almond and coconut flour, and spices you’ll be surprised at the little trick this recipe uses to make these taste like cheese.
Do your kids love tater tots? Then this is a great way to get more broccoli into their diet. These broccoli cheese filled tots are sure to be a hit with the kids and everyone else. They are loaded with broccoli, cheese, and spices. Serve with gluten free ketchup for a delicious snack or side dish.
You and your kids are going to love this salad. Not only is it super easy to make, but you can add some grilled chicken to the top to turn it into a full meal. The recipe even has a link so that you can make your own creamy poppy seed dressing.
Kids love cheese and cheese has always been a great way to entice children into eating broccoli. This casserole not only packs a broccoli punch, but also contains cauliflower. You can also use salmon in place of the tuna. What your kids will care about is the cream cheese and cheddar cheese. If your kids love cheese, they are bound to love this casserole.
Let’s hope one of these recipes swings my kids (and yours) to the green-side! Let me know how it works out for you!
Do you like broccoli?