5 Recipes to Feed Your Child Vegetables | greenist

Hello, I am Zeynep Gözübüyük, I have been sharing my practical recipes on my social media account for 10 years. Ever since my daughter Ayşe started to eat, I have tried to offer her vegetables in different and delicious ways and to prepare meals that we can enjoy as a family. For you, Yeşilist readers, I have compiled my 5 favorite vegetable recipes in this article. I hope you like it, bon appetit in advance!

Broccoli Meatballs

You can be sure that the soft ball meatballs you will prepare with this recipe will be eaten without feeling that there is broccoli in them.


6-7 florets of broccoli

200 g minced meat

1 egg

2 cloves of garlic

4 tablespoons of oatmeal

1 teaspoon onion powder

salt pepper

Broccoli is steamed for 15 minutes. 2 cloves of garlic crushed or crushed. Broccoli is mashed with a fork after it has cooled. Add ground beef, 1 egg, 4 spoons of oatmeal, onion powder, crushed garlic, salt and pepper. After kneading, it is shaped into balls and fried in a little olive oil. Enjoy your meal!

Cauliflower Salad


½ Cauliflower

4 sprigs of spring onions


4-5 pickled gherkins




I recommend pulling half of a large cauliflower coarsely in the rondo so that it is crunchy in the mouth and not watered down. 4 sprigs of spring onions are finely chopped, plenty of dill and pickled gherkins are added. Add 1 spoon of mayonnaise to 3 spoons of yogurt. 1 clove of garlic is crushed and added to the yogurt and mayonnaise mixture. Add salt and mix well until the flavors meld together. A little olive oil and lemon can also be added instead of mayonnaise. It is eaten by fainting!

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Veggie muffins

This is a nutritious, delicious muffin recipe that can be eaten at any meal. Not only for children, but also for those who say they can’t find healthy and fast food while running outside or in the office. A buttermilk next to it, mis! Let’s get to the tariff:
2 eggs
100 g milk
100 gr. yogurt
20 g olive oil
150 g whole wheat flour
½ pack of baking powder
150 g cottage cheese
1 carrot, 2 spring onions, 2 green peppers
1/2 teaspoon salt (if the cheese is salty, you can add it at all)
Black Seeds

After whisking the eggs with milk, yoghurt and olive oil, add the flour and baking powder, then add the grated carrot, finely chopped spring onion and green pepper into the dough. After grating the white cheese, consider the salt of your cheese and add salt and pepper. Don’t forget the black cumin, it adds great flavor.

Pumpkin with Walnuts

3 zucchini

2 spring onions

1 bowl of yogurt

1 clove of garlic

10 walnuts

olive oil, salt

Zucchini is grated. Fresh onions are finely chopped. Put a little olive oil in the pan, fry the spring onions for 5 minutes, then add the grated zucchini and salt. Roasted zucchini by turning for 15 minutes is taken into a bowl and cooled slightly. Garlic is crushed and added to yogurt. 10 walnuts are chopped into small pieces. First, yogurt with garlic, then walnuts are mixed with zucchini. Drizzle olive oil on top and garnish with some walnut crumbs and ground red pepper. It goes very well with the meatballs.

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Beets with Yogurt

2 beets

1 green apple,

1 sprig of spring onion

1 clove of garlic

3 spoons of yogurt

Ezine cheese


Beets and apples are grated, spring onions are finely chopped. 1 clove of garlic is added to the yogurt, 1 matchbox of ezine cheese and 5-6 walnuts are chopped into small pieces and added.

Pear Cheese Coleslaw

Rub white and purple cabbage with vinegar and a little salt

1 pear is grated and 150 grams of white cheese is chopped into tiny pieces and added to the salad. It is dressed with ½ lemon and olive oil. The result is a delicious crunchy, sour and salty salad that the kids will love to eat.

Bon appetit to all the little ones!
Yours sincerely

Zeynep Gozubuyuk

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