Nutrient-packed yogurt drops could be a great alternative for kids who don’t like vegetables

This TikTok parent shared a great hack for parents whose kids don’t like to eat vegetables, and it’s a mealtime game changer!

Getting kids to eat their vegetables can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Luckily, TikTok account Crafty Moms (@craftymoms) shared a clever tutorial for making nutrient-packed yogurt drops, which provide a healthy serving of vegetables in a way kids will love!

The video takes viewers through a speedy, step-by-step process of the recipe. To make the yogurt drops, you’ll need vanilla-flavored yogurt, two beets, and a fun silicone mold.

Not only do beets give the yogurt drops a fun vibrant pink color, but they’re also packed with nutrients and are a high source of iron and antioxidants. 

The filmer begins by adding the vanilla yogurt to a mixing bowl, followed by steamed and puréed beets. After thoroughly mixing the ingredients, they then pour the hot pink paste into the heart-shaped compartments of a silicone mold. 

Next, they scrape off any excess ingredients using a spatula before covering the mold with plastic wrap and placing it in the freezer. 

After letting the yogurt drops freeze overnight, they finally peel each heart-shaped yogurt drop out of the mold, then arrange them in a small serving bowl. 

The finished product is a cute, colorful snack that’s both healthy and tasty. 

Many viewers took to the comments to share their enthusiasm for the crafty and nutritious technique. 

“Wow, loveeeeee this!!! I did it, [and it was] amazing!” one user raved. 

“Wow! I need to try this,” mentioned one TikToker. 

“I love this idea,” complimented one viewer. 

“Lovely hearts,” chimed in another admirer. 

When it comes to getting kids to eat their vegetables, the struggle can be real. Luckily, there are many fun and healthy recipes, such as this one, that transform vegetables into yummy treats kids will actually want to eat.

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