Just like cloth diapers, making my kiddos lunch boxes started with an intense passion. Unfortunately for both of us, the lunchbox passion is starting to wear off... fast.
My kiddo eats most things and I try HARD not to give him processed sugary food. But it is hard with a kid who loves anything and everything with carbs. And with carbs I mean bread.
Do you have any good advice-suggestions on what a toddler enjoys eating?
These are the the guidelines I try to stick with:
- Finger food.
- Store well in the fridge.
- Is excluding ingredients like sugar and processed food as much as possible.
Help a toddler in need!
In exchange for suggestions I will give you our all time fave. I will give you three reasons why this is the best:
- My kiddo loves them
- They are packed with protein and veggies
- They store well in the fridge
Win Win Win!
I usually shred veggies in our food processor and use about three cups of veggies like broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, you name it. Then I use about a ton (4-5) of eggs, maybe a half a cup of almond flower to make it a bit better consistency if it is too wet, oh and don't forget! Shredded cheese! I use quite a bit as WK loves it.. then, in the oven for about 10 min on 400F.