Avocados are great for kids because of their creamy, smooth feel. Avocados are fruits, not vegetables, yet they are high in monounsaturated fats and low in sugar.
Kids adore sweet potatoes because of their bright color and high vitamin C, beta-carotene, and copper content.
Despite being fruit, tomatoes are eaten and prepared like vegetables. They include vitamin C, potassium, folate, and protective carotenoids like lycopene.
Carrots are delicious and abundant in fiber and beta-carotene. They also include vitamin B6, which is essential for newborn growth.
The simple pea is underestimated but full of nutrients, fresh or frozen. A ready food with minimal waste, frozen peas are convenient.
This bright yellow vegetable is starchy but sweet, making some kids more likely to try it.