What are iron-rich foods my child will eat?

Healthy diet. Sources of iron - egg yolk, molasses, raisin bran, raisins, prunes, dried apricots, figs, kidney beans, pinto beans, navy beans, lentils, split green peas, enriched cereals, enriched macaroni, spinach, greens, broccoli, lima beans, avocado. Cook in a cast iron pan. The following foods can help your body absorb iron better: orange, cantaloupe, strawberries, grapefruit, broccoli, brussels sprouts.
Many kinds. Some examples of iron rich foods include iron fortified cereals, red meat, spinach, eggs, dried fruit (prunes and raisins), artichokes and many types of fish. A tip is to eat these iron rich foods with some vitamin c- this helps the iron get absorbed into the bloodstream. It is important for kids to get enough iron so that they do not become anemic (low red blood cells).
Blackstrap Molasses. Iron-fortified grains are popular but one of the iron-richest foods - giving red meat a run for its money - is blackstrap molasses.
See below :) You can offer iron-fortified cereals, red meats (lean deli meats, eg.), fish (such as salmon and tuna), eggs, green veggies (such as spinach, green peas, broccoli), raisins, dried peaches, dried apricots. When in doubt, if you have a picky eater, consider talking with your doctor to determine if your child may benefit from an iron-containing multivitamin.