Dubbed “healthy McDonald’s” by the mum, the cheeky take on the fast food recipe features six hidden vegetables: spinach, carrots, broccoli, zucchini, onion and capsicum.
According to Daily Mail Australia, the first step is to simmer the vegetables with garlic and beef stock until ithey're cooked through. Then, blend together into a paste.
Although some nutrition and fibre is lost by blending, the ability for parents to sneak any extra vegetables into their fussy kids' meals outweighs this minor downside.
Next up, add breadcrumbs to the mix to make the mixture easy to handle before seasoning with paprika and pepper.
Then, pipe the mixture into nugget shapes on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper and harden the mixture by placing the tray into the freezer.
Once the mixture is frozen, dip the nuggets into tempura batter, spray with oil then bake at 220 degrees Celcius until golden.
Although the mum didn’t share her exact quantity of vegetables used (she did however specify she used 500gm of chicken mince), other parents on the Facebook page appear to have experimented with their own versions with great results.
And hey, any extra veggies eaten by your kids can only be a good thing!