It's normal for kids to be a bit fussy about what they eat - but it can also be a bit of a pain! Especially if it means you end up making more than one meal every night.
Why not try these tips from parents all around Scotland to see if making food for dinosaurs will do the trick?
Top tips to try at home
Tip 1: Try a picnic plate!
We've all had times when our kids will only eat one thing. Why not try picnic plates? Offering them a choice of fruit, veg, cheese and meats can help them to try new things. You can find loads of cheap snacks and recipes to tempt your little fuss pot on Parent Club.
Tip 2: Tell them it's dinosaur food
Tip #3: Sneak it into soups
Have you tried making soup at home? It can easily hide a lot of veg. Sneaky, sneaky! Also, thick blended soups keep them fuller for longer.
Tip #4: Make food into fun shapes
Fancy restaurants charge lots because they make food look pretty, so everyone wants to try it.
Get your own food trending with your little one by making food into fun shapes, like cutting it into star shapes, or by making funny faces on the plate with the food. You can get them to make their own pictures too. Works a treat!
Tip #5: Let them pick their vegs
A good way to get them a bit more interested in vegs is to ask them to pick their veg next time you're out shopping together. Include a bite-sized amount of veg with each main meal, so they're happy to try it.
Try not to make a big deal out of it if they don't like it the first time. Sometimes they'll need a few goes before they realise it's not that bad. Remember how long it took some of US to like brocolli?
Tip #6: Get help with the shop
Give the kids a mini-shopping list. Let them pick out the ingredients and cook with you at home.
Tip #7: Make omelettes
Why not try making an omelette and sneaking some veg in? Just whisk up some eggs with sweet corn, cheese, broccoli and ham, and they'll love it. It's a great way of getting them to eat veg - and it's quick and cheap too. You can cut it up into pizza slices to make it look even yummier.
Tip #8: Give dishes fun names
Tip #9: Get them cooking!
Get your child involved in making the food more! Getting them to help means they're more likely to try it - even if it's just mixing things together, or weighing ingredients.
Tip #10: Side dishes
Tip #11: Follow the leader
Tip #12: Cartoons are your friends
Tip #13: Play hide the veg
Why not try grating some veg and mix it into the kids meals and they never notice! Sneaky but it works. You can find loads of cheap and easy recipes just waiting for your sneaky vegs here.