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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

It’s so easy to get stuck on some particular food for your toddlers especially if it’s their favourite that you tend to cook the same menu over and over again. Plus, for time-poor parents, there’s just not enough time to prepare for their meals.

But, with our more than 50 food ideas for toddlers, preparing their meals is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Just choose from any of these dinner, finger food, snack, meat-free and dessert recipes that we’re sure your toddlers will enjoy (even the picky ones!)

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1. Slow Cooker Moroccan Lamb

The flavour and sweetness of this slowcooker recipe will not only be adored by your tots but by the whole family as well!  This recipe is from Kidgredients – and we think it is pretty special!

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via kidgredients.com.au

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2. Cheesy Peasy Pasta

For Mum’s with veggie-lover tots (lucky you!), here’s a veggie recipe mixed with cheese and pasta to give your toddler’s dinner a twist.

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Grab the recipe here – Via Happy Family Organics

3. Best Toddler Meatballs (with Hidden Veggies)

For your picky eater, you can use meatballs to hide your veggies to get your toddlers to eat veggies. Winning!  This recipe is from Yummy Toddler Food – and we think it is a winner!

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via yummytoddlerfood.com

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4. Louigi’s Meatballs

What toddler doesn’t love meatballs? Try our marinated Louigi’s meatballs that your toddler will enjoy!

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5. Porcupine Mince Balls

The tender mince balls with rice and a rich tomato sauce will make your toddler want more!

50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers | Stay At Home Mum

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6. Mini Chicken and Carrot Meatballs

This healthy dinner recipe is so addicting, you’ll find yourself digging in for some too!

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via babyfoode.com

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7. Mini Turkey Sliders

As adorable as your little tots are, this mini-turkey sliders will surely be a hit among your toddlers who just can’t get enough of everything tiny!

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8. Chicken and Apple Croquettes

Store-bought chicken nuggets are nothing compared to this flavourful recipe we’ve got that will never fail your tot’s taste buds.

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9. Apricot Chicken Sweet Potato Baby Food

Apricot + chicken + sweet potato? What’s not to love?

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10. Teriyaki Chicken Noodles

Sweet is the way to go in preparing your toddler’s dinner, just like this tasty recipe!

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via annabelkarmel.com

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11. Vegetable and Ham Noodle Cups

Want your toddlers to eat veggies without them knowing it? Here’s one recipe for you, Mum!

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12. Cottage Pie Sweet Potato Mash

You can never go wrong with cottage pies, and with sweet potato, this recipe will wake up your tot’s senses.

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13. Roast Potato, Sweet Potato, and Salmon Frittata

Getting your toddler to eat fish? This recipe is perfect for your tot!

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via onehandedcooks.com.au

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14. Cheesy Beef Puffs

Give life to your leftover beef mince and turn it into these golden puffs your toddlers will love.

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15. Creamed Corn and Ham Toasted Wraps

A nice and healthy filling for your toasted wraps sure to make your toddlers happy!

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Next Page: Finger Foods for Toddlers

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