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Healthy Meal Plans (Toddler Edition)


Before I get on with next week’s meal plan, I wanted to introduce the Prepear!

Prepear is the connected cooking app for recipe inspiration, meal planning and grocery shopping.

This week’s meal plan (with Toddlers in mind!)

Breakfast Lunch Snack Dinner
Monday Baby Bear’s Big Breakfast Oatmeal with bananas and milk Princess Pesto Pasta Traffic lights (red, yellow, and green peppers stuffed with polenta and cheese) Chicken, corn and Pineapple Pizza (no associated recipe, just chicken, corn and pineapple pizza 🙂 )
Tuesday Oat and Apple muffins (with whole wheat flour substitute) Macaroni Mountain Iced Mango Yogurt Popeye pork with roasted potatoes
Wednesday Cinnamon raisin French toast (regular  French toast with cinnamon raisin bread) Easy Peasy Lasanga (Lasanga with peas) Fruit kebabs Baby Vegetable and chicken stir fry
Thursday Peanut butter and banana muffins Shark Soup (shape parsnips to look like shark jaws and float them on top of soup Pink Tubby Custard Yogurt Chicken Fingers (minus the butter) with chef’s salad
Friday Pomegranate and blueberry smoothies Star Sandwiches (cookie cutter) with melon Pineapple Sundaes (crushed pineapple sprinkled with granola) Tasty Taco’s

*Cute titles came from the cookbook, Good Food For Kids, By Penny Stanway .

Natalie Monson

I'm a registered dietitian, mom of 4, avid lover of food and strong promoter of healthy habits. Here you will find lots of delicious recipes full of fruits and veggies, tips for getting your kids to eat better and become intuitive eaters and lots of resources for feeding your family.

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Amy this is so cool. And I love the idea of letting people know what a good price would be. When you’re buying something unfamiliar, you don’t know if you’re paying too much.

So, last night we had “Porcupine Meatballs.” Really, that’s the name. My picky 3-year-old ate them though because of the word “porcupine.” She kept asking for “more porcupines please!” Seriously?! The name really does mean everything to these little ones!

Hi Jill!! this is a super old post, before we started the subscription. The meal plans we offer now, are for the whole family. We are working on a toddler specific one though and it should be ready in the next month or two! Stay tuned!