Recipe Index

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Baby Food

In my research and experience, there is no necessary order to introducing solids to baby. However, there are certainly foods of mild flavors that are more palatable that I prefer to start with. Mashing or pureeing your regular food may make it easier to introduce.

Toddler Meal Ideas by Mrs. Sea Monster

Beans
About Beans

Beef

Beef Stew
Boilermaker Tailgate Chili
Quesadillas

Breads



Breakfast

Chicken


Desserts

Apple Pie
Aunt Becky's Chocolate Chip Cookies
Baked Alaska
Basic Cheesecake
Bread Pudding
Broken Berries
Brownies
Build Your Own Ice Cream
Candy Cane Cookies
Caramel Pecan Topping
Caramel Popcorn
Chocolate Brownie Cookies
Chocolate Cream Cheese Dessert
Christmas Cookies
Christmas Pecans
Cinnamon Rolls
Cinnamon Toast Scraps
Cookie Pie Crust
Cranberry Hootycreeks
Cream Cheese Glaze
Frosting (for any occasion)
Fruit Pizza
Fruity Frosting
Gingerbread
Gingersnaps
Layered Coconut Bars
Lemonade Crinkle Cookies
Mini Cheesecakes
Mississippi Mud
Mom's Frosting
Mom's Sugar Cookies
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Ooy Gooy Brownies
Peanut Butter Cheesecake
Peanut Butter Cookies
Persimmon Cake
Pie Crust
Pineapple Yogurt Crunch
Pink Lemonade Crinkle Cookies
Pumpkin Pie
Purple Plum Pie
Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes
Reeses Peanut Butter Bars
Seven Layer Bars
Spiced Pecans
Zucchini Bread

Dinner
Alphabet Soup
Chicken Cordon Blu
Chicken Crepes
Lettuce Wraps
Parmesan Chicken

DIY (do it yourself)
Apple Butter
Basic Broth
Basil Salad Dressing
Flax Eggs (egg substitute) 
Tzatziki (yogurt cucumber sauce)

Drinks
Dandelion Coffee
Wassail

Eggs


Fish



Fruits

Apple Butter
Apple Pie
Breakfast Quinoa
Broken Berries
Freezer Jam My Way (opt for Baby)
Fruit Pizza
Fruity Frosting
Green Smoothie Time!
Holiday French Toast
Hot Fruit Topping
Persimmon Cake
Purple Plum Pie
Rehydrating Dried Fruits
Rice Pudding
Wassail

Fun + Gifts

Board Game: Don't Eat Pete
Cranberry Hootycreeks (mix in a jar)
Play Dough

International


Thai Pineapple Chicken Curry
Tzatziki (yogurt cucumber sauce)

Lentils



Lunch
Egg Salad (serve with crackers or pita chips or on a sandwich)
Hummus & Vegs or Pitas
PB & J
Turkey Sandwich (Oven Roasted)
Veggie Spread

Pasta


Pork

BBQ Baby Back Ribs
Braided Dinner Bread
Broccoli Ham Quiche
Juicy Pork
Ham Hock Bean Soup
Pork and Beans
Pulled Pork

Potatoes


Quinoa
Breakfast Quinoa
Cumin Quinoa
Moroccan Quinoa
Quinoa Enchiladas

Rice



Snacks
Drink a big glass of water before snacking--sometimes you're just thirsty!  :)  Since most of us are deficient in the fruit/veggie daily servings, try to incorporate something fresh into every snack (and every meal!).



Vegetables (like...sprouts!)
Fruit
Hummus with tortilla chips, pita chips, or veggies
Maple Roasted Walnuts
Nachos
Popcorn (stovetopmicrowave, or caramel)

Soups

Alphabet Soup
Basic Broth
Bean Broccoli Soup
Beef Stew

Toddler Food
Honey Yogurt and Wheat Germ Dip

Turkey
Mark's Roasted Turkey
Hawaiian Haystacks
Slow Cooker Turkey
Turkey Sausage
Whole Turkey in Slow Cooker

Vegetables

These aren't always vegetable recipes in the conventional meaning of the term, but give a place to start if you want to sneak more veggies into your diet.

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