I get my partner to eat more veggies by adding peanut butter sauce over them (in a pan, melt some peanut butter, soy sauce, rice or white vinegar, ginger powder and if you have it turmeric, and dilute with water to make a creamy sauce).
As far as plant milks, there is a ridiculous amount of different kinds now...rice milk, coconut milk, pea milk, hemp milk, flax milk, sesame milk, cashew milk in addition to almond or soy milk. And for the latter two, there are full fat versions and chocolate etc. The only way I could get my partner to drink almond or soy is the full fat version with vanilla or chocolate flavor. I still can't get him off dairy for drinking (he has rheumatoid arthritis and the Mayo Clinic doctors even recommended he get off dairy) but he will consume plant milks used in baking or cooking in place of dairy.
My partner is also not big on fruit (but will eat peanut butter and banana sandwiches, or apple slices or celery with peanut butter). Sometimes I make pancakes and make a fruit compote by adding berries, apple, or pineapple to a pan with a little cornstarch, water, and sugar and heat to make a thick sauce to go over the pancakes. I've also made this compote sauce with pineapple and vegan yogurt to go over sub sandwiches with roasted veggies and he'll eat the veggies this way. Roasting vegetables in the oven makes them a bit tastier.
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