Sometimes finding new and creative ways to incorporate more vegetables into your child's diet can be tricky. Especially when you're trying to get your children to try different vegetables for the first time. We recently picked up a butternut squash from our local farm. Since it was the first time my son had tried butternut squash, I decided to try using it as a filling for handmade ravioli. Ravioli is fun to make with children because there are so many times throughout the process that children can help, including mixing the ingredients, rolling out the dough, filling and crimping the dough pockets and carefully dropping them in the water. Read on to learn how you can made a batch of organic, homemade butternut squash ravioli with your children.