It is a well known fact that many kids love apple sauce but dislike many raw vegetables and fruits. How do we get our children to eat more fruits and vegetables? Mrs. Bryants fruit blended apple sauces have just the right texture to combine either raw or cooked vegetables with apple sauce for a great taste experience. For example, try grating carrots and adding them to our apple sauce. Grated cucumbers, when added to our blueberry apple sauce, make a wonderfully refreshing treat. When broccoli, cauliflower, and green beans are finely chopped and added to Mrs. Bryants Cherry Apple Sauce, a deliciously surprising dish results. Yellow and green squash, spinach and kale pair nicely with our Original Cinnamon Apple Sauce. What might be an otherwise unwanted vegetable or fruit is transformed into a great tasting treat that your child will look forward to.
Citrus fruits can be added into your childs diet by chopping oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, and/or any other citrus fruit of your choice and mixing with cranberry apple sauce. To get all the nutrients, consider leaving the peels on the fruits.
Try these recipe ideas out and let us know how they work for you. If you have any other suggestions, please let us know.