Vegetarian EASY VEGETARIAN RECIPES FOR KIDS | SJ STRUM by admin June 13, 2018, 10:48 am 23 Comments easyvegetarianmealsquornquornmincequornsausagerollsvegetariandinnersvegetarianfamilymealsvegetarianrecipesvegetarianrecipesforkidswhatmykidse... See more Previous article Egg Maggi | Easy and Quick Breakfast Recipes | Egg Maggi Nooodles|Tasty Egg Maggie|Tasty egg noodles Next article Pork Giniling 23 Comments Leave a Reply Love this I’ve been veggie for about a month and I love the kid friendly meal ideas! Would love to see another 🍃 Reply Lovely ideas! Definitely going to try these with my daughter thank you! Reply Did I miss an announcement? Has baby name Mondays stopped or was it just this week? Xx ps Evelina is growing up so fast! Reply Thanks for these ideas, I always need inspiration otherwise we end up eating the same meals week after week. My husband is veggie and I'm not, although I tend to cook veggie meals most nights for us and my 18 month old. She loves the quorn meatballs. Reply Ooooh I’ll be trying those new ideas for Bridie! I’m stuck in a baby food rut! Reply Great ideas x Reply Lentils, potatoes and carrots soup is another very easy one and most kids just love it. Reply Amazing SJ. I am trying to consume meat a lot less & this has some great inspiration! ❤️❤️ Reply Loved this! X Reply Thanks for making this video SJ, you've given me lots of new meal ideas…some might even tempt my meat eating husband! X Reply I loved this!! Alex is AWESOME as well. New subby, here! My son is self-vegetarian as well, so that was encouraging to hear. We tend to eat most veggie because of him. 🙂 Thanks for the ideas! Reply I’ve never tried quorn mince, I’ve been really curious to try it and I think I might nowvdor this recipe, it looks delicious xx Reply Absolutely love this been really helpful. I'm vegan and husband and son are meat eaters. But my son will choose to have vegan/vegetarian meals when he at. School xx Reply Some great tips! Especially the Soffritto mix and adding butternut squash to veggie bol! I'll be using these going forward 😊 Reply Thanks for sharing. We are not vegetarian but I am really trying to have plenty of meat free meals so that my kids don’t grow up to base every meal around meat. Reply I’m 17 and a recently turned vegetarian/pescatarian (i eat fish occasionally for protein because otherwise i struggle). my whole family are meat eaters so i cook all of my own meals now. this was so helpful for some recipe ideas Reply Your kids are such amazing eaters! When one of my boys picks up a piece of broccoli and eats it I will probably faint 😂 Loved this, and loved the idea of blending the veg like that. So so lovely to collaborate with you. 💕 xx Reply So glad you did this because my husband and I have been veggie for almost a year but I have a picky eater toddler so thanx for the tips!:) Reply Cauliflower mac and cheese is one of our faves. Bless Evelina eating her dinner 😍 Reply Evelina munching on that meatball lol wee gorgeous x Reply How funny I've just done a video where I say very similar to what you say about you being veggie but not them except mine is part of my vegetarian food haul but I touch on how as I do the shopping and the cooking then most of what the family eats is veggie! I love getting new ideas though and I also hadn't realised that Alex and her family were veggie so I'm deffo going to make time to sit and watch that tomorrow as I'm signing off now but great video xx Reply This is great! I've been wanting to do some more veggie meals (we are meat eaters generally) because I feel like it could be cheaper and maybe a bit healthier as well! So these are great ideas, will definitely have a go! xx Reply Something I really like to make that is very kid-friendly are lentil sloppy joe's. You can google it for a recipe but it is basically a lentil-tomato mix with cheese, in between hamburger buns 🙂 very easy and yummy! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.