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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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16. Sweet Potato Waffles

Shaped into little circles, this sweet potato waffles recipe is not only perfect for your tot’s taste buds but also fits his/her hand!

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17. Date, Almond and Sesame Balls

You can also do this with your tots to get them to also love making what they eat.

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18. Mini Energy Balls

This mini energy balls will get your toddler going.

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19. Crunchy Panko Polenta Fish Fingers

Crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside, your toddlers will want to have more of this fish fingers.

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20. Scrambled Egg Muffins

Toddlers just love the shape of muffins! So for a healthy finger food, try our scrambled egg muffin and watch your tots have fun!

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21. Frozen Yoghurt Bites

This afternoon treat will help your toddlers relax after a day of fun and activities.

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22. Chicken and Vegetable Sausage Rolls

Up the ante in sausage rolls by adding chicken and vegetables.

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23. Cauliflower Cheese Nuggets

Another sneaky way of getting your toddlers to eat vegetables is through this yummy recipe and because it’s cheese…it’s heaven for them!

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24. Pizza Crackers

Toddlers will never get enough of pizza…and crackers…so why not roll them into one? Try our own pizza crackers recipe and feel free to make your own pizza cracker!

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25. Sweet Potato and Baby Spinach Balls

You may not need to convince your toddlers to eat this, as they will be the ones to get some of this tasty flavourful balls.

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26. Leftover Cereal Bars

Don’t throw away those leftover cereals just yet as you can make bars out of it that your tots will munch on.

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