I regularly get asked what are some good kid friendly vegan recipes. Really, it depends on your kid. This right here, a kid made (even the nice presentation) so I am thinking it is safe to say this is for sure “kid-friendly”.
What was used:
Organic re-fried beans, organic wraps, vegan Mexican cheese shreds, Whole Foods brand organic enchilada sauce, fresh organic chives from the garden, and Meijers brand organic black bean corn salsa.
It was baked like regular enchiladas and eaten all up 🙂
I put this in the vegan kids section because a kid made it. Yep, you read that right, a kid. A kid picked out the recipe, got the ingredients, than found the ingredients needed at a grocer than were missing in the pantry, also using organic and made in USA produce/products.
So next time you hear someone crying about how ‘hard’ it is to go vegan, show them this post, please do. It’s only as hard as you make it. Anything that is done willingly is done easily.
Ok, so how did this awesome happen? Check it:
I got this new book, Fresh From The Vegan Slow Cooker, by Robin Robertson. As far as I’m concerned, this book has already paid for itself! It inspired a kid to cook dinner for the entire family. And it tasted wonderful. I’m thinking it was pretty much adhered to (except for nutritional yeast, we don’t use that around here) exactly as written, check out some of the recipe here:
Yep, pretty tastefully impressive! And you can do it too!
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