Toddler snacks

Here are some easy toddler snack recipes my little one loves – I hope your little ones love them too!

Cauliflower nuggets

These cauliflower nuggets are so simple to make, and have a beautiful cheesy flavour. They’re a great way to get veggies into your toddler, and are great on their own on served with tomato sauce for added incentive.

With just four simple ingredients, they’re also budget friendly and perfect for beginner chefs. They freeze well, and can be reheated in your microwave or air fryer. Make in batches for the week ahead, or freeze for another occasion. These caulfilower nuggets are a great starter food, suitable for babies, toddlers and children 6 months and older. They’re also macro friendly and great to meal prep.

Find the recipe here.

Strawberry yohurt ice block

A super simple recipe, without all the added nasties. Pop 5 ingredients in a blender, pour into mould, freeze overnight, and enjoy. Perfect for toddler on hot days!

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Mashed potato cakes

This is such an easy baby led weaning or toddler snack that makes use of your leftover mashed potato. Fry until beautifully golden brown and serve alongside creamy creme fraiche or sour cream, or just a little butter. Perfect for babies and toddlers 6 months +.

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Cookie dough balls

Ready in 5 minutes, this edible cookie dough is easy to make and is super indulgent without all that extra butter and sugar. Made with almond flour, they’re also gluten free. And dairy free/vegan when substituting milk chocolate chips with vegan chocolate.

Find the recipe here.

Choc veg muffins

Choc veg muffins

Looking to sneak a few extra veggies in? These yummy choc muffins are packed with hidden veg including carrot, zucchini, sweet potato, spinach and banana. Yum!

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Healthier chicken nuggets

This is a healthier take on your standard chicken nuggets, with carrot and zucchini blended right into the mixture. You honestly can’t taste them! It’s a great way to sneak veggies into fussy toddlers, though I always recommend to keep serving veggies alongside your dishes (in hopes they will one day pick them up).

This recipe freezes really well, so you can cook up a big batch and eat them over time. Just reheat in your airfryer or oven (for best results) or simply in your microwave. Done!

Find the recipe here.

Blueberry oat muffins

Blueberry oat muffins

These blueberry oat muffins are a healthy twist on your traditional sugar loaded muffin. Naturally sweetened with ripe bananas and a hint of maple syrup, these muffins are a good source of fibre and nutrients for your little one. With a few simple steps, they make for a fuss free snack and are perfect on the go.

Find the recipe here.

Ash

Ash

A passionate foodie and mum!

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