I am ending the year with a post on toddler snacks. Because really, 2013 was all about my toddler Juliet, and making food from scratch for her made both of us happy.
At the beginning of the year, I had a baby. Juliet turned 1 in February and toddler hood took over from there. She went from eating limited, soft-only solids to a full-fledged adventurous toddler that munches through raw carrots with a huge smile. I really love these toddler recipes because they are healthy (and some of them don’t have sugar, flour or eggs) and taste great (for adults and kiddos both!). And they all have the approval of my almost 2 year old.
My favorite part of the food journey with Juliet is that we now bake/cook together (with the help of her Learning Tower). She truly enjoys it and I am so happy to be making these memories with her.
Here are the top toddler recipes from the blog in 2013
Homemade animal crackers (Juliet’s top favorite item I’ve ever made for her, she devoured these)
Chocolate chip and peanut butter oatmeal cookies
Banana peanut butter muffins
Homemade fruit snacks (actually quite easy and so much better than the store-bought)
Wheat germ parmesan crackers
Oatmeal banana muffins (no flour and no sugar)
Homemade graham crackers
Mac and cheese with sweet potatoes
Pumpkin and oatmeal cookies (no sugar)
What are your New Years plans? We are heading to a friend’s house for a party but I’ll need to get Juliet home at a decent time for bed so we’ll both probably be asleep by 9:30pm. And I’m quite alright with this this year.
Happy New Year!