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Packing a toddler lunch can be frustrating (understatement?), especially when they are going through an, “I’m not going to eat that even though I inhaled it yesterday stage.” (insert eye-roll and deep breath)!
There are days when your toddler actually eats their whole lunch! This meal was a win-win for my little one and me since it is full of nutrients (I have hidden broccoli in the meatballs), the peas are organic and the pasta is whole wheat. As a toddler grows they love to explore their surroundings and lunchtime is no different, this is why I love the Innobaby Din Din Smart Stainless Divided Platter with Sectional Lid.
Granola Bar Buddies are healthy, fun, and peanut free! These contain only natural ingredients. They are eat clean for you and your littles.
Your child will love assembling their own delicious chickpea patties! These delicious, vegetarian, peanut free and milk free bites are fun to make and even more scrumptious to taste. We paired our version of Dairy Free Tasty Tzatziki sauce (available here) with our version of Chickpea and Carrot Patties (available here). We hope you and your little one enjoy your vegetarian, peanut free and milk free snack!
Chickpea Build your own Patties! Peanut free and milk free, this lunch is also easy on the environment as it is a litterless lunch.
Ingredients 1 cup soy sour cream (or other non-dairy option) 1 medium cucumber, remove seeds 2 cloves, medium sized garlic cloves, peeled 1 Tbsp dill, chopped Instructions Wash the dill and let it dry. Remove the seeds from the cucumber. Remove the outer skin from the garlic, roughly chop. Add all the ingredients into the food processor. Pulse until well blended. You should still be able to clearly see the vibrant green of the dill and cucumber. Enjoy your peanut free and milk free Tzatziki sauce! This Tasty Tzatziki Sauce goes great with our SosiSafe Chickpea Patties.
A peanut free and milk free Vegetarian burger that could convert even the most dedicated meatatarian! The combination of hearty chickpeas, carrot and egg create a burger that you will have to add to your repertoire. The unique blend of spices and the healthy veggies create a meal that is light yet satisfying.
When the little one(s) in your life decides to go on veggie strike, it’s time to get creative. These SosiSafe Broccoli Bites imitate our favorite meatball recipe but we swapped out the meat for sweet and crunchy veggies!
Peanut Free ✓ Milk Free ✓ Eat Clean ✓ Family Approved ✓ Melting almond butter and coconut oil together is a charming combination. We love adding this melt to breads, loafs, and bowls of delicious hot oatmeal. Adding textual variations in meals is what keeps ‘em coming back for more.
Banana-Walnut Oat-Loaf is a spin on traditional banana bread. This recipe includes only whole ingredients and creates a dense loaf that is super satisfying and filling. We love this recipe as a portable snack or after dinner treat with some warm frothy milk, or a delicious cup of tea.