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    Default Share ideas: Snacks (other than fruit) for toddler

    My almost 3 year old DS likes:

    - Healtheries products (rice wheels, corn tubes...etc
    - Heinz tomato rice biscuits
    - cheese
    - mini gingerbread men
    - yoghurt
    - plain sakata rice biscuits
    - sandwich with nutella or P&J
    - Go natural fruity bites
    - carrot sticks

    More ideas please...

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    homemade.....
    popcorn
    pizza scrolls
    pinwheels
    scones
    muesli bars
    veg sticks and a dip
    bliss balls
    dried fruit

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    my kids love cheese bikkies and they are super simple to make.

    We have veg sticks like cucumber, capsicum, carrot, celery etc and then dip in in mashed avocado so healthy dipped in healthy lol

    if its something sweet we have special oat bikkies made with mash banana instead of sugar

    we also made yoghurt icypoles out of homemade yoghurt if it nots eaten within about 5 days then i make it into icypoles

    i make my kids a nutless trail mix out of yoghurt coated sultanas, normal sultanas, cheerios (the cereal) sunflower seeds, pepitas, occasionally nutrigrain and any dried fruit i have in the house

    they love little savoury muffins with ham and cheese and a little bit of curry powder to make them tasty

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    Puffed rice
    Dry cheerios
    Popcorn
    Rice crackers
    Corn thins
    Cruskits/Saladas
    Dried apricots/banana chips
    Sultanas
    Nuts (my Ds in nearly 4 though and would be a chocking hazard for a little one)
    Mini muffins
    Zuchinni slice
    Homemade cookies/cakes
    Mini quiches
    Yougurt
    Vegie sticks with hommus for dipping
    Smoothies
    Frozen peas (DS loves them)
    Corn on the cob
    Marinated Tofu in cubes
    Falafel balls
    Pumpkin scones
    Pretzels
    Plain sweet biscuits (arnotts marie etc)
    Cherry tomatos
    Toast
    Mini homemade sausage rolls and pasties.

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    Subbing for ideas.
    Ds is so fusst

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    Mini antipasto platter ( olives, sun dried tomatoes, cheese, eggplant etc)

    Toasted mountain bread as dippers for tzatiki or hummus

    Mini rice cakes with almond butter

    Raw peas ( he loves these!)

    Bruschetta ( tomato/basil/onion)

    Boiled eggs

    Guacamole and organic corn chips

    Roasted slivers of parsnip/sweet potato/carrot - veggie chips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenata View Post
    my kids love cheese bikkies and they are super simple to make.

    We have veg sticks like cucumber, capsicum, carrot, celery etc and then dip in in mashed avocado so healthy dipped in healthy lol

    if its something sweet we have special oat bikkies made with mash banana instead of sugar

    we also made yoghurt icypoles out of homemade yoghurt if it nots eaten within about 5 days then i make it into icypoles

    i make my kids a nutless trail mix out of yoghurt coated sultanas, normal sultanas, cheerios (the cereal) sunflower seeds, pepitas, occasionally nutrigrain and any dried fruit i have in the house

    they love little savoury muffins with ham and cheese and a little bit of curry powder to make them tasty
    Can I please have cheese biscuit recipe or web link?? Thanks!
    Oh and muffins if you have time. No need for detailed method.

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