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Food Hack: Sneaking in Veggies Has Never Been Easier or Tasted Better

Here is a food hack that will make your task of squeezing in more veggies into your kid's diet easier!

I have to be honest here.  I never had any trouble with my son eating vegetables.  He loved and still loves them!  I know, I am lucky!  But, I know a lot of parents struggle with getting their kids to eat more vegetables.  I want you to be lucky, like i was.  I want you to be able to give your kids more vegetables so that they can get more proper nutrition.

I want to introduce you to a product that was sent to me to try.  It is called Otamot.   It is Tomato spelled backwards.  You are probably thinking, "What is it?"  I'm glad you asked.  Otamot is a jarred sauce that is made using tomato and a bunch of other vegetables.  It was created by a father, who wanted to get his daughter eating more vegetables. It is delicious and full of so much flavor.  

About Otamot Check out the label to see all of the good veggies that are inside!

Otamat is loaded with vitamin enriched veggies, is gluten free, has no GMOs, no added sugar and even has 3 grams of protein packed inside. It is full of flavor and is delicious!

Most kids love pasta, or spaghetti.  The next time you make a pasta dish for dinner, consider using Otamot instead of traditional tomato sauce.  You can even use it as a soup base.  Just add water, and some other ingredients.

Learn from the creators, why they developed Otamot sauce

Exhausted by frequent mealtime battles with his picky young daughter, lifelong foodie and Otamot founder Andrew Suzuka set out to create a better tomato sauce, one that would give a nutrient boost to meals that were naturally lacking in essential vitamins and minerals. He partnered with culinary expert and James Beard Award-winning author Maxime Bilet to find new ways to bring flavor and nutritional value back to pantry staples. So Otamot was born.

Check out these creative recipes developed, using Otamot:

Get this and other recipes here:

My recipe suggestion

Otamot Pizza


1- 6 pk of mini pitas*
1 jar Otamot sauce
6 oz. of shredded mozzarella cheese

Optional Ingredients:
Toppings - such as pepperoni, etc.
dry oregano (add a pinch to each)
dry basil       (add a pinch to each)
garlic powder (add a pinch to each)


425 degree preheated oven
Place pitas on a baking pan. Warm in oven for a minute or two.
Carefully remove heated pitas from oven.
Add sauce and swirl on pita.  
Top with mozzarella cheese.
Add toppings if desired.

Bake until cheese is melted and pita is crispy.  (About 8 minutes)
Serve and enjoy.

*You may also use flatbread or naan

You can purchase Otamot sauce by visiting

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Disclosure:  I received product to review for my honest personal opinion.


  1. I try to model a healthy lifestyle for my kids. Thankfully, they have followed. They do love spaghetti and meatballs, and I love that this red sauce has so many vegetables rather than a traditional marinera sauce. I would love to try this.

    1. It is so versatile too. There are some yummy recipes on the site.

  2. This is a great idea. I will try this with my granddaughters.


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