Toddlers can picky eaters, right? You are wondering how to get all those good foods into their little (very busy) bodies. I know with my own toddler children, they did love their snacks. I wish I had this collection of healthy snacks for toddlers back when they were little, but am happy to pass it along to you parents now.
Do you have a picky eater? What has worked for you? I’d love to know. Leave me a comment!
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Healthy Snacks for Toddlers
You only need 4 main ingredients for these gluten-free sweet potato banana bites.
Frozen yogurt-covered blueberries would be so refreshing on a warm day!
If you are looking for a high-protein, quick and easy snack idea, have these carrot stars available.
Hide the veggies in these refreshing DIY “Go Gurts“.
Fruit and vegetable pieces have the consistency of thick jello and would make an easy snack for the road.
Make your own granola bars using your favorite fruit. Much healthier than store-bought bars.
Boost your child’s fiber intake with this broccoli smoothie recipe.
Do your kids like frozen snacks? Try making watermelon ice – just 2 ingredients!
Ditch the preservatives and make your own goldfish crackers. Easier to make than you probably think!
Toddlers will love chewing on these apple rings.
Banana and oat bites are the perfect size for toddler hands.
These apple oatmeal breakfast cookies certainly could be for any time of the day!
If your child has a nut allergy, try these healthy animal crackers.
Serve this apple-beet applesauce as a snack or a side dish.
Sweet potato waffles are another breakfast idea that can also be a snack since they are small enough to fit in toddler hands.
Avoid sugar with these pear oatmeal bars that are sweetened with 100% fruit.
More food ideas:
You can see even MORE ideas on my cooking with kids pin board!
Bonus! Looking for creative ways to keep toddlers busy? Here are 100 fun and easy activities toddlers will love. If you are a parent, grandparent, or caregiver to toddlers, THIS is the book for you. Click on the photo below for more information: