My 14 month old son absolutasely loves these! He is such a picky eater and it’s really difficult to get him to eat his vegetables. This recipe is a great way to sneak in those veggies. It’s a healthy snack and It is super easy to make. I did modify the recipe a tiny bit. I did 1/2 cup all purpose floor and 1/2 cup wheat flour to make it a little bit healthier. Can’t even tell the difference and I enjoy smacking on them to
I just checked out your video and these look fabulous. My 18-month old is on a carb kick and refuses to eat veggies or fruits! Do these carrot sticks freeze well? Should I freeze on a cookie sheet prior to baking or after they have baked?
Oh no! I wish I were there to see the entire process! Here is the written recipe if that helps: http://b12.ba4.myftpupload.com/2010/06/03/carrot-snack-sticks/ Make sure to grate the carrots with a fine grater, you really want them to be small pieces, and don’t squeeze the liquid out of them! Try adding another teaspoon of oil to the dough and that might help it come together easier.
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These are great and my picky eater loved it. What other veggies besides carrots can I make this recipe with? We have since stopped buying “goldfish colors” since he thinks it kind of tastes similar, but I think he would eat more if it were fun and colorful(without using food coloring). I’m happy since that would save money and this is much healthier..
Thanks so much for the video! I can’t wait to try these today. I’m wondering if anyone has tried these with other veggies too. My son loves bread/crackers right now and I’m looking for ways to incorporate some more veggies in them. What about zucchini? Summer squash?
Thank you for posting the video! I tried to make these a few weeks ago and ended up throwing out the batter because I couldn’t get it to come together. It was just crumbly and falling apart. I didn’t realize I needed to work with it for several minutes to distribute the oil! I can’t wait to try these again!
I make them without the parm and add nutritional yeast and even a little garlic powder-they’re GREAT! Totally agree with other posters-if you’re going to make them (which I do all the time) definitely double the recipe!
I make them without parm and add garlic powder and Italian seasoning instead – they’re delicious that way. I’ve thought about trying nutritional yeast, but I like them the other way so I don’t want to risk it!