It’s so tiring trying to figure out every day what to feed my littlest one. Don’t get me wrong I’m lucky enough to have a toddler that devours EVERYTHING. But there is something that makes me feel so guilty when I don’t have anything healthy in the house for her to eat. It’s so easy to plop a plate of mac n cheese in front of her and tell her to get after it. So, I’ve scoured the internet looking for healthy toddler meals for your little one to try. I hope your babe loves them and makes Momma’s life a little easier. Let me know what you think!
I made these delicious yogurt drops yesterday and boy do they go fast. Go to my recipe here to make yours! These would obviously be more of a snack but how incredible would it be to freeze these and to just take out a little bit here and there when needed? They are SUPER easy.
Do you have a little one who cringes when they see anything green? You may just fool them with these patties from A Homemade Living! The broccoli gives them some veggie intake for the day but the cheese and crispiness could have them begging for more.
These little pot pies from Easy Toddler Meals could be the cutest little dish ever. How comforting is chicken pot pie on a cold night? And look at all of those veggies! I think I need to make a bigger version of this for myself. 🙂
My little one loves pasta so I made this for her the other night. It was gone before I could turn my head back around to see how she was doing with her dinner. The recipe states its for “babies” but this could easily be turned into a toddler meal with larger noodles. Find the recipe at The Baker Mama.
This bowl from Baby Foode is really easy to make when you are in a hurry and can be made in different variations.
Well who doesn’t love peanut butter?! I think my daughter (and son) would this all up in one sitting. They would make a great snack also! Get the recipe at Six Sisters Stuff.
These crispy salmon nuggets from My Fussy Eater look so yummy and healthy! They are baked instead of fried which gives this recipe an extra healthy kick. Your little one will grab some extra Omega-3 fatty acids and protein with this meal.
Need a good and healthy breakfast idea? Try these muffins from Baby Hints and Tips. There are only four ingredients to this tasty breakfast and sugar free!
Need another recipe that tricks your little one into eating some leafy greens? This pasta from Sarcastic Cooking is full of spinach, avocado and yogurt and is sure to grab your little ones attention.
We couldn’t leave here without sending you off with a healthy dessert your toddler will love. These popsicles from Baby Foode can be made in many different flavor variations with fruit and veggies. I can’t wait to try these with Jordyn!
So, what’s your favorite?