A practical tip for getting veggies in your children (and yourself).
Buy a bag or box of baby spinach from the produce section.
Dump the contents into a food processor and pulse until chopped into little pieces. Store in an air-tight bowl in the fridge.
Spoon this tasteless but nutrient rich substance into almost any dinner.
I add it to mac & cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches, spaghetti, casseroles, enchiladas, and anything else I can think of. The possibilities are endless because you can't taste the stuff. And if you do Step 2, your bowl of chopped spinach is ready whenever you need it. One bag lasts us about a week. I keep using it until it starts to have a smell. If it doesn't smell, it's still good. Enjoy!