#Autism: Fruits and Veggies

If your kids are anything like mine, they don’t like to eat their fruits or veggies. For my kids, it’s a texture thing. I imagine the same can be said about many other kids as well.

I decided to try something a little different. I froze a bunch of bananas and told the boys we were going to make ice cream. In case you don’t know, frozen bananas taste like ice cream. The difference being that frozen bananas are 100% healthy as ice cream is not.

As my kids are sensitive to colors, they can make their own color by adding different fruits to the mix. For example, if they mix strawberries in, they will have pink ice cream. If they want purple or blue, they add blackberries or blueberries.

So far this has worked really well.

I’m hoping this trend continues and maybe I can sneak other things into the ice cream.

Have any of you tried this? Let me know what you think.



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Rob Gorski

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PurpleLogic Rules

I am a neuro-typical woman who as a child was more than a picky eater. I was virtually a non eater. I loved chocolate and milk. My mom would make malted milkshakes, put veggies and eggs in them. I never knew it and would gladly drink them down!


This is a brilliant idea! I am going to try it and see how it works with my Aspie. Thank you!


That's a great idea! I think I might have to try this for myself too 🙂