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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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50+ Easy Food Ideas for Toddlers

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44. Home Made Custard from Scratch

There’s nothing like a mouth-watering custard to end your toddler’s day. Not only is this recipe super easy – you can reduce the sugar content to make it a whole lot healthier than the shop-bought version!

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45. Homemade Chocolate Yogo

Yogo for your tot’s sweet tooth can be easily made at home. Check out our recipe!

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46. Frozen Pineapple and Coconut Sticks

Toddlers just love anything frozen so let them try this delightful treat!

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47. Pineapple Nice Cream

Let your toddlers enjoy this sweet treat to their heart’s content.

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48. Lemon Curd Stuffed Raspberries

Even you might find yourself popping these lovely dessert into your mouth.

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49. Healthy Chocolate Mousse

You’ll surely be filled with hugs and kisses from your tot with this yummy chocolate mousse.

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50. Banana and Coconut Milk Pops

The best way to a toddler’s heart is through…this guilt-free cool treat!

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51. Dairy-Free Strawberry Ice Cream

Your toddler will thank you for this oh-so-delicious ice cream…forever!

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52. Vegan Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Want your tots to enjoy dessert while being vegan? Try out this tasty vegan chocolate chip pancakes!

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53. Chocolate Chickpea Slice

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Which of these is your toddler’s favourite?

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