Hiding vegetables in bread
Slightly tongue in cheek putting this in the challenges section but maybe it is apt.
I have a five year old, a three year old and a one year old. It seems like I've been saying 'C'mon, it tastes good, just try it' in a number of different ways for the past three years and I suspect that I'll be doing it for at least the next three years too. Our youngest one is still at the 'I'll eat everything even if it IS lego' phase and we're making progress using the merit system with the eldest but the middle one is at the 'I won't eat it unless it's pasta with mayonnaise, and it should better be the right shaped pasta and if the wind is blowing in the wrong direction or the sun is not aligned in the zenith of venus then I'm not even looking at it let alone touching it' phase.
One thing they're happy eating though is bread, as long as it isn't a funny colour and doesn't have seeds on it. Luckily I'm a baker and, even more luckily I have you guys to lean on for support and advice. Now my challenge is for you to share your existing or come up with new recipes to 'hide' all those wholesome foods that the little tinkers refuse to consider as food in a bread that they will eat.
If we post our recipes and techniques here, with some photo's of the finished product, I'll then choose a bread a month to feature at my bakery and sell at the farmers markets here in Cape Breton, giving the original baker full credit of course. Oh, and bonus points if you can get a photo of some kids - real kids mind, not cardboard cutouts or paid actors - actually eating it.
So my challenge has become your challenge. Ha! Good luck :)