How to get away with veggies in sweet treats

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 11 May 2017

14 mins

Getting a child to eat their vegetables can feel like a major battle, but Louise Fulton-Keats has a few tricks on how to make it easier. Her new book is called Sweet Nourish. She shares her 5 golden rules for getting kids to eat well at dinner time.

For more on Louise Fulton-Keats’ book Sweet Nourish check out her website. 

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