Posts tagged toddler recipes
Teff nut butter muffins- gluten free

Mini muffins are super easy and exciting for a toddler eat. At least for my toddler. What better than to get in those nutritious foods and stuff their bellies, than with delicious, fun tasting muffins?! Yes, they are very filling for an active 3 year old who has a short attention span to sit and eat. Teff is not only yummy, its one of those superfoods that not many people know much about. However its super easy to bake and cook with anything!

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Take yourself out for a Date Shake-dairy free, vegan

The first time I visited Palm Springs, California I fell in love with dates shakes. They are filling, yet refreshing. My toddler loves to eat anything but he gets bored of the same thing at each given meal. I wanted to introduce him date shakes. The only problem is the ingredients generally used has far too much sugar.

Having a toddler who energy level and sleep is affected by sugar, I had to create the shake so he would be able to consume it without issues.

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Frijoles negros Torreja- recipes under $5

I am a proud member of the Junior League of Austin. We are creating a cookbook of easy, inexpensive meals for the group of people in Austin we assist with their daily lives. The recipe here is one of my contributions to be reviewed. I added a little bit of secret nutrition to make it extra special for the children! 

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Party Platter made easy! Artichokes Taro Pancakes Recipe

I grew up with artichokes bushes in my parent’s home so I was taught to love artichokes. Its tough to find the perfect artichoke, but here is a way to get your little one to enjoy this tasty simple vegetable. It’s an amazing toddler friendly recipe and great for party platters! The key is locating taro root in your local supermarket which can be tricking depending on your residence.

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Omelet Cookies-toddler food and on-the-go mom!

I can have cookies for breakfast?? Yes, you can! They are easy to eat, filling, and nutritious. I told my mother and she replied, “Great Idea.” Adding cheese to anything makes a meal extra delicious.

I had to figure out a way to successfully get my son to eat eggs again. He used to love eggs and then suddenly wouldn't touch them! He has always loved sausage and cheese.

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Move over Guacamole...Lime Avocado Yogurt Dip!

Who doesn’t love avocado? So many food groups can mixed with it to make it sweet, sour, savory, or just fabulously delicious! If you want a change from guacamole, this recipe is for you! I was inspired while at Tacodeli today after seeing their avocado yogurt salad dressing.

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Not just in South America! Eat Beef Empanada anywhere. Recipe inside

My son is an empanada lover! Its tough to find gluten free empanadas at restaurants and the grocery store, so I told myself, I have to figure out how to make them at home. It only took me 4 attempts….

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Beans, Beans, We All Love' em! Recipe inside

Sous Chef Rhys loves his Tex Mex style beans. Instead of wasting money at a restaurant I had to invent my own which I was fortunately successful at last night! I had tried making them in the oven and they were a disaster.

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Eat Garlic! Garlic Basil Hummus Recipe

My son loves hummus and I had some basil we picked that was going to go bad...TADA! I used it as a salad dressing atop my salad today for lunch. For dinner tonight, we plan to eat it as a dip for the chicken with Texas Style Black Bean tacos!

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