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11 thoughts on “5 Kale Recipes for Kids

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love kale! This is great.

  2. Anonymous says:

    i hope this works! been trying to get my kids to eat more greens.

  3. Anonymous says:

    My kids actually eat kale, so I’ll be using some of these recipes!

  4. Dustin Thacker says:

    Yes.He loves it. Steamed with a bit of onion, lemon juice and garlic.

  5. Magnoliamama says:

    The bean soup looks wonderful! I’m excited to try these recipes.

    We go through a ton of kale with green smoothies. For three smoothies I blend: 1 large glass of water, 2 bananas, half a bunch of de-boned kale, a large handful of blueberries and if I have them an orange, carrot, apple, mango and/or peaches. You can use other berries and really whatever you have in the house. My three year old has been happily drinking these since she was about 10 months. My husband and I love them too.

  6. yumkid says:

    I love kale and my kids love it too.. here’s a recipe that’s really popular in our home with everyone. http://yumkid.com/recipe-kale-spinach-pesto

  7. Jason Batey says:

    Try something like this tonight!

  8. Rufus Griscom says:

    I made this saturday night (kale salad with parmesan and cranberries) for a dinner party and it was delicious. I didn’t cut the ribbons quite as narrow and couldn’t get parmesan flakes as large so it was less pretty than the above, but a great choice. I feel like I am rediscovering kale.

  9. Winter says:

    I’m impressed! You’ve maanegd the almost impossible.

  10. sharlene says:

    Sorry, you are dreaming if you think kids will eat any of these. No way would mine eat them, though they are brought up with healthy food.

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