These healthy Vegan Toddler Recipes are super healthy, nutritious and refined sugar-free! Children friendly meals and snacks for professional picky eaters.
Vegan Toddler Recipes
Your favorite baby will love this smooth, sweet, but healthy smoothie. This particular smoothie will become your toddler’s favorite morning sweet treat. Make it whenever you need something quick and scrumptious to feed your little one.
Who doesn’t love blueberry pancakes for Sunday brunch? Yes, please! The great thing about these pancakes is that you’ll actually feel great feeding these savory, amazing pancakes to your toddler, who will be more than happy to gobble them up.
Want something rich, hearty, hot, and soothing to feed your baby? This soup will not only warm up your child on those cooler days, it can also be a fun game with all the letters.
The non-vegan version of tater tots were probably among your favorite childhood foods. Not only can you feed this vegan version to your kids (and yourself. Who are you kidding?), but you can also do so without feeling guilty.
Oatmeal is one of the most nutritious meals that you can eat nowadays. But when you add it to a dessert, oatmeal turns from an okay breakfast to a moist, amazing bar that you can eat anywhere, anytime.
Green peas are a staple in the diet of many people. Now you can jazz up your green peas with this crunchy variety. Once you add the garlic salt to it, you’ll have a salty, crunchy, healthy treat!
You probably love both peanut butter and dates, right? This fun treat is not only nutritious, but it’s a snack that your kids will like. You can also use different types of nut butters if you don’t like peanuts.
This snack is very egg-like and custard-y. You can have this item at breakfast or at any other time during the day. High in both protein and fiber, vegans of any age will love to pop this into their mouths.
10. Carrot Hummus
Hummus is a must-have at any gatherings. This vegan favorite is rich, savory, and packed with many, many nutrients. Make yourself a hit with your baby by adding pita chips and cut veggies for a complete meal.
Love waffles? Of course, you do. You just might not have eaten any since you went vegan. Today’s your lucky day! This sweet potato version is gluten-free, so they’re perfect for those moms and toddlers who are gluten-free.
If you want a fun version of cookies for you and your kid, try this thumbprint cookie on for size. With bananas, oats, raspberries, and cinnamon, you and your children will enjoy a sweet but healthy dessert.
Unless you grew up in a vegan household, you ate enough mac n’ cheese to keep pasta makers in business for eternity. Now that you have a vegan family, you can feed your little ones a rich, creamy, and cheesy meal that’s fun to eat and prepare.
Strawberry? Bananas? The two flavors in one muffin? Yes, yes, yes to all of that! For those of you that want something sweet without the gluten or nuts can use this muffin (made in a blender!) to feed their kids a quick, tasty snack.
As a highly nutritious food item, butternut squash is something that you should try to include in your child’s diet as soon as possible. Rich and creamy without any cream, this sauce will have your baby loving pasta.
As a kid, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were the ultimate comfort food. Well, this version of the iconic sweet and savory sandwich will not only tickle your child’s fancy, but it will also serve as a meal that’s healthier than a regular sandwich.
Here’s another vegan green pea treat on the list. This sweet and delicious fritter can serve as a fun appetizer to a dinner any day of the week. But don’t worry. You can also eat them all by yourself.
These two-ingredient cookies are so easy to make that the time from getting the bananas out to enjoying the cookies with your favorite people will go by before you know it!
19. Tofu Quiches
Think that you can no longer have quiches? These yummy silken tofu versions will soon have you changing your tune. Another great thing about this delicious item is that you can eat them hot or cold.
This awesome no-bake treat is great if you or your little ones have an allergy to wheat, peanuts, or soy.
Here’s another appetizing oat bite recipe for you and your kids to enjoy. Chewy and soft, these bites are an amazing vegan treat to feed your family.
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