Veggie Cake for Kids

Veggie Cakes

Veggie Cakes (Photo credit: Vegan Feast Catering)

Who can resist the fantastic smell of a fresh baked cake just coming out of the oven? It is a wonderful way of getting your kid used to eating vegetables like cabbage, carrot , etc in the way that they like. Here is an easy recipe for you to get your kids eat these vegetables in a un way:


3 cabbages

4 eggs

2cups of flour

1cup of whole grain flour

1 carrot

1/2 cup of peas

parsley or dill

fresh onion leaves

First whip the eggs, then add the grated carrots and continue whipping a couple of minutes. Start adding the flour mixture slowly and continue to mix them at the same time until they become somehow viscose. Then add the grated carrot, tiny chopped parsley, chopped onions and a pinch of salt. After you get a homogenous mixture, pour them into the oiled oven cup, cook in the preheated oven at 180-200 degrees C for about 40 minutes. Serve hot while it is still crispy, or if they like it softer then you can wait until it gets warm.

‘njoy! šŸ™‚


sweet cookies without sugar

Cookies sugarfreeNow that I know sugar is one of the ingredients that causes damage of cell, I cannot help but looking for alternatives while cooking for my 4 year old son. Here is one recipe that you can bake very fast and easy, yet delicious.


whole grain flour

butter (soft at room temperature)

semolina (if you prefer a more crispy taste)

grape molass (instead of sugar)

Mix wholegrain flour with butter until they make a soft dough. If not you can add a very tiny piece of yoghurt to make it softer. Add a tea spoon of grape molass and keep checking the taste until it is sweet enough. Make sure not to exceed the molass as it has a very distinct aroma and will ruin the cookie when too much. Finally, to make the cookie crispy add semolina as much as you prefer. Knead the dough a little and then mold pieces of cookies as you like. Put them in preheated oven at 200Ā CĀ  degrees for approx. 10-15 minutes. njoy! šŸ™‚