Ways To Include Spinach In Your Kid's Diet
Image Credit: spinach/ unsplash.com

One of the healthiest greens to eat at this time of year is spinach. Spinach is one of the healthiest greens on your plate since it is high in vitamins A, C, and K as well as minerals like magnesium, iron, and manganese. Did you know that spinach has the highest fibre content of any green vegetable? As is well known, fibre is incredibly heart-healthy and aids in regulating digestion and bowel movements. Additionally, spinach is one of the greatest vegetables for building strong bones due to its high vitamin K content, while beta carotene is excellent for the eyes. You still should give it a shot despite that. It's time to make these gorgeous greens exciting for your tiny picky eater if Popeye, the Sailor Man, couldn't get the point across. 

These delicious suggestions will definitely win your kids over.

Spinach Lasagne

The cheesy Italian treat can be a filling, healthy vegetarian option for dinner or lunch. Take hold of some lasagna sheets, layer them, and then top with cheese and spinach. Put your vegetarian lasagna in the oven after repeating the procedure two or three times, depending on your desire. You're ready, vegetarian wonder you! Between the lasagna sheets, you can also spread dollops of freshly blended spinach paste (for a pesto-like flavour, add some basil leaves and garlic).

Spinach Momos

The delicious dumpling is popular all over the nation. Consider taking advantage of the trend. All you need to make momos at home is some dough, a steamer, and the ingredients of your choice. Fill rolled-out momo dough with a mixture of finely chopped spinach and some cheese. Mould them into momos, then steam them. Watch your kids devour the plate when it is served hot with chutney made from red chillies or ketchup.

spinach momos/ pinterest.com

Palak ka Thepla, a crispy dessert in the shape of a disc that is popular in Gujarat, is frequently consumed with farsan (evening snack). Roll out some flour very thinly after mixing it with spinach, ginger, chiles, and herbs. Then, cook it from all sides. Place the thepla on the ladle. This crispy treat will be a hit with the kids.

Spinach Pakoras

Even children find it difficult to resist the temptation of a plate of crispy, deep-fried spinach fritters with a delicious chutney or sauce! You can bake them or use whole wheat flour in the batter to make the treat healthier. Monsoon and pakoras are a match made in heaven so why not use the