1-IMG_9576

Let me first say that having a garden and growing the broccoli is probably your best ally in getting your little one to like it (same goes for carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, and whatever else you can grow yourself).

If you don’t have a garden, don’t worry. You can go to the grocery store and really talk it up.

1-broccoli

This is BROCCOLI, it’s soooo good. You are going to flip when you taste it. It is amazing and good for your belly and it’s one of mama’s favorite foods. I bet it will be one of your favorite foods too. It’s the BEST.

Make sure to let that little toddler hug and kiss the broccoli. Smell it, poke it, and then hug it again.

Your second best friend in this toddler-loving-broccoli-project is to make it taste good. Duh.

1-IMG_9586

I used this recipe and I really do think it’s one of the best out there.

1-IMG_9590

I kid you not, Adrienne was so fired up about this broccoli, when I put her down for her nap (before the broccoli was out of the oven) she was crying out to it as she fell asleep…

BROCK-KEY!! BROCK-KEY!! MO-MO BROCK-KEY!

1-IMG_9599

…and when she woke up from her nap, she went to town.

1-IMG_9630

Bye-bye, broccoli.

1-IMG_9636

Pin It!