Toddler friendly recipes for kids

3 Amazingly Healthy But Tasty Recipes For Toddlers

Toddler friendly recipes for kids

Toddlers are notoriously picky. One minute they love something, and next they refuse to eat it. Help your child become more interested in what they’re eating by letting them participate in the preparations. Let your child help out with one of these three toddler friendly recipes approved first hand in taste by my kids.

1. Maple Almond Granola

Maple almond granola can be eaten in a variety of ways; you can serve it with milk, yogurt, or eat it as a snack while you’re out and about. My kids especially like it mixed with yogurt and granola.  This tasty recipe offers a few options for your child to help out. They can look and gather the ingredients, measure and pour the ingredients into the mixing bowl, as well as place the cooled granola into a storage container when you’re finished. For more details on this recipe, check out Maple Almond Granola Recipe.

2. Peanut Butter Banana Spirals

This scrumptious recipe has peanut butter, banana, and yogurt as three of its key ingredients. Your child can help out by arranging the banana slices or by adding the cinnamon and wheat germ. This recipe is great for either a light lunch or for a snack, and my kids love helping me prepare it. For more preparations and instructions, go to Peanut Butter Banana Spirals Recipe.

3. Banana Mango Frozen Yogurt

This tasty dessert is made with all natural and fresh ingredients. It requires fruit, juice, milk, sugar, and yogurt. Your child can help by measuring and pouring the ingredients into the blender. Just make sure to keep the blender unplugged while they are near it. Once your ingredients are mixed into a smooth mixture, place it into the freezer for at least an hour. For more step by step instructions check out Banana Mango Frozen Yogurt Recipe.

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