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    Default Toddler snack ideas?

    Hi ladies i really need some easy healthy snack ideas for ds (18 months). I know I've seen some great threads on here before but I can't find them any where.

    Shopping day tomorrow so I'm writing my list now. Any suggestions would be great!
    Thanks

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    Very difficult here too!
    Make up small bags of cut fruit
    Cheese on crackers
    Muffins with fruit
    Bananas

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    Homemade muffins - DS loves zucchini and corn
    Pizza scrolls
    Rice cakes with peanut butter or cream cheese
    Cheese/cottage cheese
    Puffed corn (health food section)
    Puffed rice
    Sultanas
    Fruit bread/toast
    Banana bread
    Zucchini slice
    Cherry tomatoes
    Fruit

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    I make my daughter a snack tray to graze on each day and the usual things on it are:
    Corn thins
    Mandarin
    Apple
    Carrots
    Dried Apricots
    Sultanas
    Breadsticks with some avo to dip
    Sandwich squares

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    I keep a little container in DDs bag (she's 19 months old), it has pieces of dried fruit and I add cut up cubes of light tasty cheese. She loves it! She also loves "dipping", so we have vegetable sticks (carrot, cucumber or cherry tomatoes), or rice crackers that she dips in cream cheese, or fruit pieces that she dips in yogurt. Messy, but again she loves it!

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    Lots of great ones already !

    Boiled eggs
    Peas ( 18month old DS loves raw peas!)
    Bliss balls
    Homemade or organic muesli bars
    Mini antipasto platter with olives/sun dried tomatoes/capsicum
    Mountain bread toasted with dips

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    Thanks heaps guys! Pizza scrolls sounds like something new I could try how do you make them?

    And what are bliss balls?

    Any recipes for home made dips or muesli bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Lots of great ones already !

    Boiled eggs
    Peas ( 18month old DS loves raw peas!)
    Bliss balls
    Homemade or organic muesli bars
    Mini antipasto platter with olives/sun dried tomatoes/capsicum
    Mountain bread toasted with dips
    I'll try these myself

    What are Bliss Balls, and how do you make muesli bars?

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    Bliss balls:

    Makes about 30 balls

    1 cup puffed millet or rice
    1/2 cup desiccated coconut
    1/2 cup sesame seeds
    1/2 cup sunflower seeds
    1/2 cup honey
    1/2 cup tahini
    1 cup almond meal or LSA meal
    1 cup chopped dried fruit ( organic sulphate free)

    Place all dry ingredients in a blender and mix together. Gradually add the tahini and the honey until thoroughly combined. Roll into balls and coat with either sesame seeds or cocunut. Keep in fridge.

    Muesli bar

    1 cup of mashed sweet potato ( or pumpkin or carrot)
    1/2 cup nut butter (peanut butter, almond butter, walnut butter, macadamia)
    2 eggs
    2 cups rolled oats
    2 cups of dried fruit ( buy organic -sulphate free)
    Preheat oven to 180. In a large bowl, mix together all the ingredients, the mixture should stick together when raw
    Spread into a cake tin lined with baking paper and press down ( like a cheesecake base) cook 15 mins until golden, cool in tin then lift out and cut into bars

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    Sorry to crash but Elijah's mum what an awesome recipe. Can you please write a book or blog or something haha love all your little recipes and baby meals....!!


 

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