Getting enough veggies on your kids’ plates is a challenge for any parent. When I get sick of the argument I opt for some veggie smuggling recipes. One of our family favourites is lasagne, it’s got loads of vegetables in it and the kids have absolutely no idea – win win. Here is my tried and true recipe.
I use a Bellini Intelli Kitchen Master (Bellini) to make this however you can follow the same instructions if you have a Thermomix. The stove top directions are at the bottom if you don’t have a thermal cooker
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500g minced meat (I use premium beef mince, however pork or a mixture of both would be fine)
1 tin of condensed tomato soup
1 tin of chopped tomatoes
1 punnet of sliced mushrooms
1 brown onion
1 tsp minced garlic
1 splash of Worcestershire sauce
1 splash soy sauce
1 tsp sugar
Optional: 3 drops of oregano essential oil for added immune support **Note: only use in cooking if it says that it can be taken internally on the label & remember a little goes a really long way.
Make sure if you are using the stove top method that you chop them super small so they disappear into the sauce