Why is it that kids seem to automatically know if something is healthy or not just by looking at it. Many times, they won't even taste something that's good for them to see if they might like it. It's like they have some kind of built-in healthy detector. Or maybe, no matter how hard we try not to, we adults give off some sort of signals that they can subconsciously interpret. The trick, I think, is to get them past that first visual rejection. If the food looks good enough or interesting enough for them to try, then they might actually like it. But how do you do that? Well, this website (http://spoonful.com/galleries/cute-and-healthy-recipes#carousel-id=photo-carousel&carousel-item=2) has some very cute recipes. They just might be able to do the trick when it comes to tempting those little humans into liking the right kinds of food.
I'd love to know if any of them work for you. :)