I've talked about this before but have to talk about it again.
Spinach is often viewed as a "dreaded food". Something it's challenging to get children to eat.
But actually in my experience that's often not the case.
Even very selective eaters are not always anti-spinach.
My boys ate baby spinach way before they liked lettuce. I think it's partially textural. Spinach is not wet and limp in the mouth like other salad leaves. It holds it's shape a little whilst you chew too.
The same can't be said for cooked spinach - which my boys both eat but both still complain about ;)
Don't rule out spinach as an option because it's accepted by a surprising number of children.
Not sold? Get out the scissors and you can cut into shapes, letters or numbers. Great fun and a good way to get the children interacting with it.
Judith is passionate about good food and is even more passionate about enabling other people to enjoy the wide variety of fresh food available today.