Healthy Snacking: Whip Up a Dip

 

Getting kids to eat the recommended minimum of five fruits and vegetables a day can be a challenge for parents. The key is to make the fruits and veggies appealing to them, but how?

Some nutrition experts have observed that children are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables that are cut up, rather than eating them whole. After cutting up your produce, why not offer a dip to make the experien...

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