Cooking with Kids-Broccoli Salad Recipe
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Would you love a new healthy salad recipe to try that kids love? Check out this yummy broccoli salad with raisins! It just takes a little planning to learn how to teach kids cooking classes.
This broccoli salad recipe with sunflower seeds and raisins is simple, easy, and super healthy. Cooking with kids helps them be more willing to try new things too, so it can help with picky eaters.
Broccoli Salad with Sunflower Seeds
If you have trouble getting your kids to each healthy food, click here to check out how I do it. The main key in changing eating habits for anyone is not to give up!
Healthy broccoli salad
Why should we cook with kids? Why go to all the trouble. Kids are 80% more likely to want to try healthy food, if they help prepare it. Cooking also has so many other benefits.
As a rule, my kids would rather have broccoli roasted than any other way. They usually aren’t big fans of eating it raw. This broccoli salad recipe was a big hit because it had other things in it they like such as raisins and sunflower seeds. Give it a try with your broccoli eaters and see what happens.
I bet they’ll like it more than you think. I have a saying that if you don’t like a healthy food its because you haven’t tried it the WAY you like it yet. Preparing foods in many different ways helps you discover the one that you absolutely LOVE! Variety is the spice of life!
Best broccoli salad recipe
- 1 Head Broccoli chopped
- 1 C. Toasted Sunflower Seeds
- 1 C. Grated Cheddar Cheese
- 1 Red Onion chopped
- 1 C. Raisins or Dried Cranberries
- 1 C. Mayo
- 2 T. Vinegar
- 1/4 C. Sugar
- Wash hands and have kids wash their hands.
- Mix mayo, vinegar, and sugar.
- Add remaining ingredients and stir well.
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For more broccoli recipes for kids:
- Beef and Broccoli, Cauliflower Stir Fry Freezer Meal
- Broccoli Sweet Potato Soup with Leftover Pork
- Garlic Parmesan Roasted Broccoli
- Broccoli rice casserole
- Broccoli cheddar soup
Such cute photos…sounds like a great tasting salad! I love getting my kids involved with cooking and you are so right about them happily trying their creations…except pesto…for some reason, they will happily help me make it, but refuse to eat it! I think I must have the only kids in the world who don’t like pesto!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thank you so much for taking the time to check it out. I love cooking with my kids and i’m so glad you hear you do too!
Sounds very great ! I am sure glad to get this recipe !! Thank you so much . It is so great for you to show these sweet kiddos about veggies and hot to make them so good. Thank you for all you do with them .??
I hope you enjoy it! 🙂 Thanks for checking it out.