Reviewed by Hansa Bhargava on February 19, 2016

Sources

KidsHealth.org: "5 Ways to Get Your 5 A Day."<br /> Fruits and Veggies: More Matters: "Experts Recommend 5-9 Servings of Fruits and Veggies Daily."

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SPEAKER: Pizza night. As far as family dinners go, this one's a crowd pleaser. Who doesn't love a slice or two topped with melty cheese or pepperoni?

But this pie has a little surprise. It's packed with vegetables. Can't spot them? Here's a hint.

The secret is in the sauce. Sauce is the perfect place to give your pizza a little nutritional oomph, which is great for kids who don't get excited about eggplant, broccoli pizza.

Vegetables are full of vitamins, of course, which helps kids feel their best. When they feel good and have energy it's easier for them to make other healthy choices. How many can you add in without anyone else noticing?

Of course, you don't always have to be sneaky. Veggies make great toppings too. So here's your pizza night challenge. See who can make the most colorful pie at your dinner table.

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