25 Easiest snacks I make for my toddler

25 Easiest snacks I make for my toddler

Once your little one is done with all the soft foods and is ready for the big stuff it can get a little overwhelming trying to figure out the foods you want to introduce them to and finding easy ways to give them the nutrition they need. One of my favorite parts of the day is snack time because its honestly the least overwhelming part of mealtime for me. It’s fun to put together different combinations and it’s fun to learn what your little one loves and absolutely hates. I am a mom that likes to keep things simple in the kitchen and I like to find the easiest and fastest snacks I can, so I wanted to share some of my 2-year old’s favorite snack combinations.

Easy snack ideas that you can mix with others and make all your own combinations

  1. Sliced bananas on toast with peanut butter and blueberries
  2. Fruity breakfast bar and a glass of milk
  3. Honey nut cheerios and bananas
  4. Yogurt and mixed fruit with oats
  5. Apple cinnamon or brown sugar oatmeal
  6. Grilled cheese with tomatoes
  7. Crackers and hummus
  8. Avocado toast with sliced tomatoes
  9. Pizza lunchables
  10. Veggie sticks
  11. Goldfish and peach slices
  12. A cheese stick, sliced pears and wheat crackers
  13. Sliced cucumbers, cheese stick, tomatoes, sliced avocado, black olives and crackers
  14. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich and sliced pears
  15. Sliced apples, sliced grapes, and grilled cheese
  16. Little bites blue berry muffins and sliced bananas
  17. Sliced pita bread, hummus, and sliced apples
  18. Veggie stick chips and grilled cheese
  19. Cheeze it crackers and mixed fruit
  20. Ritz bits cheese crackers and sliced apples
  21. Sliced cucumber, sliced avocado and sliced imitation crab meat
  22. Baked cheddar Potato chips, sliced mangos, sliced grapes
  23. Fresh spinach, sliced cheese and sliced tomatoes
  24. Boiled egg, crackers and cheese stick
  25. Baked snap peas, sliced peaches, and cheese wrap

Snack time shouldn’t feel like a job or be a pain allow yourself to have fun with it. I try not to get so caught up in what I think goes together and just make sure I’m giving my toddler healthy and fun snacks that I know she will eat and enjoy. Don’t feel bad if some of it ends up on the floor, in your toddler’s hair or hidden somewhere. Your little one will eat what they like and get the nutrients they need to grow beautifully. Have fun mixing in the kitchen!  

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