Plant-based cuisine isn’t just for grown-ups. While some kids may scoff at a pile of greens on their plate, there are plenty of 100 percent vegan recipes (that is, meat-, dairy- and egg-free) appealing to all ages and levels of picky eaters.
Honestly, it’s even tricky for adults to notice that there’s no actual cheese in this ridiculously creamy, gooey mac and cheese reminiscent of the cult favorite served at By Chloe restaurants.
Substituting raw fish for fruit may be the easiest way to make a dish for picky kids more accessible.
In less than half an hour you can have a totally homemade vegan pasta dish, packed with greens and protein-heavy faux Parm.
Risotto is notoriously time-consuming, but the Instant Pot makes it a cinch. Packed with fiber and other nutrients, farro is a healthy alternative to rice and has a nice bouncy texture kids—and adults—love.
This tofu-based meal can get the whole family on board to help shake up the coating and coat the crispy vegan not-chicken pieces. Serve with ketchup, of course!
Taco night just got an upgrade—in flavor and nutrients. Serve with tortillas for kids who like to eat with their hands and this vegan salad will go down all so easy.
Pizza night doesn’t have to be totally unhealthy! These adorable individual pizzas built on mushroom caps are as fun to eat as they are to make.
So bright and colorful, these veggie spring rolls don’t feel like they’re missing anything! Homemade peanut sauce also packs up well for lunchboxes or picnics.
Sandwiches are always crowd pleasers, and these Middle Eastern-inspired customizable wraps are so full of flavor, they’re definitely dinner-worthy!