My 3 year old isn't crazy about veggies, either, so thank goodness I know a few good dishes that have lots of veggies that he is crazy about. Try making tempura. I use 1 cup flour, 1 cup water, 1 egg and mix thoroughly. Then I shred half a zucchini, 1 carrot, 1/3 of a head of cabbage and 3 green onions and mix into the batter. Deep fry large spoonfuls. When I serve them to my boy, I give him a dipping sauce which has half soy sauce and half water. He LOVES them and eats them like they are chocolate chip cookies! The more veggies you put into the batter and the less batter in the mixture, the better, because then he will be getting more veggies. I put in so much veggies that the batter is just barely there, enough to keep it all stuck together. I also make a Japanese spinach dish that he loves so much that he eats TONS of spinach. After I cook the spinach briefly, I take it out and add some soy sauce, some rice vinegar, some bonito flakes (that you can get at an Asian food store or Japantown) and a drop or two of sesame oil. He also loves this dish. The combination of the soy sauce and vinegar needs to be just right, so it isn't too sour or too salty. I never measure, I just do it by sight, so I can't give exact amounts, but there shouldn't be much liquid left in the bowl with the spinach, just enough to wet the spinach a bit and have maybe a teaspoon of liquid left in the bowl. Good luck and let me know if you end up trying these recipes which really helped me get veggies into my little boy.