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10 Toddler Meal Ideas You Must Know

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Having trouble thinking of what to cook for the kids? Here are some ideas you’ll definitely enjoy trying out!

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Photo credit: thebakermama.com

Grilled Cheese Roll Ups
These are everybody’s favourite because they taste good, are so easy to eat and – it’s grilled cheese!
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: dailybitesblog.com

Shredded Vegetable Meatballs
Having trouble getting your kids to eat their vegetables? Try out these vegetable meatballs!
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: myfussyeater.com

Broccoli & Cheese Frittata Fingers
These are really nutritious and tasty, a great options for kids who don’t like eating greens off their plate.
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: momsavesmoney.net

French Toast Sticks
Convenient to make and so easy to store, you’ll soon be making these every week!
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: acraftyspoonful.com

Veggie Bites
This is another great option for toddlers who have trouble eating veggies – try this delightful combo packed in a fun bite, they just might fall in love with veggies!
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Photo credit: mylovelylittlelunchbox.com

Chicken Noodle Stir Fry
Always a great option for those who love chicken, this fuss-free recipe is a must try.
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Photo credit: therebelchick.com

Pepperoni Pizza Rolls
Kids love pizza, so what better way to get them to enjoy their meals than these pizza-inspired rolls?
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: netmums.com

Mini Toddler Chicken Curry
Curry can be made with mild flavouring and spice too, try introducing more flavours to your tot’s palate with this.
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: frugalmomeh.com

Turkey & Sweet Potato Wonton Cups
A savoury and sweet little treat, this is great for those little ones who have trouble eating big meals.
Click here for the recipe.

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Photo credit: ourbestbites.com

Two-Ingredient Pancakes
These are so simple to make, they’ll definitely become your go-to breakfast option!
Click here for the recipe.

These handy and delicious bites are perfect for fussy eaters and you can make mealtime fun and interesting everyday with these simple recipes.

Try them out today and let us know how it turned out in the comments below!

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