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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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32. Baked Zucchini Fries

Zucchini fries are better alternatives, and baked instead of fried is one healthy alternative,

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33. Easy Cheesy Muffins

Who doesn’t love cheese? WE adore cheese so much that it has to make it to this list.

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34. Toddler-Friendly Pikelets

Pikelets are great breakfast and lunch treats for your toddlers so go ahead and make one today!

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35. Spaghetti and Cheese Jaffles

This after school snack will definitely get your toddlers to want to go home fast!

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36. Pumpkin Risotto

Don’t think puree, think risotto! You’ll never look at pumpkin the same way again!

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37. Butternut Squash ‘Mac and Cheese’

A healthier version of the mac and cheese but is as equally yummy! Who wouldn’t want that?

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via babyfoode.com

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38. Cheesy Triangles

Your tots will surely have fun with this.

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39. Veggie Nuggets

Toddlers just love nuggets so stuff in some veggies in the nuggets for a healthy meal.

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via kidgredients.com.au

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40. Cheesy Potato and Zucchini Fritters

This healthy and cheesy treat will surely put a smile on your tot’s face.

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42. Spaghetti Omelette

Adding egg to spaghetti would be a great breakfast or dinner treat for your toddler.

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43. Cabbage Pancakes

Because pancakes can be healthy too!

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