Lucky you...St. Patrick's Day is a gift. If your kiddo shies away from greens, take this opportunity (no matter how long you expect it to last) to get their buy in on green food. Some true crowd pleasers include:
Shamrock chips (of which you can also make quesadillas) from Spiced Blog. Tip: This is a good one to make with the kids.
Green mac n' cheese from Weelicious. Tip: This is a good one to make ahead; then, attach a funny leprechaun story to it (e.g., the broccoli are leprechaun trees and the pees are leprechaun rocks).
Home/urban gardening has sprung up as a pretty popular trend in recent years. Heartier plant breeds, easier DIY solutions and increased support from organizations as large as the USDA all feed into a trend that promotes healthy eating, decreased food waste and community. My area (Charleston, SC) even boasts resources like Rita's Roots, which provides garden education, design, install and maintenance.
When involved in gardening, Kids:
If you've ever thought about starting an at-home garden, know that there are many options - from services as complete as Rita's Roots to these fabric pots I found on Amazon (they're amazing by the way).
Some beginner ideas:
If you're near Charleston, visit Rita this Spring!
Registered Dietitian, Austinite, Mom with a 2-yr old, Dog lover