Toddler Food: What Miss G Eats {8}

Toddler Food

It’s crazy to me that this is the eighth Toddler Food post I’ve done…  Seriously, where has two months gone?! As they say, time really does fly when you’re having fun. Cheesey, but true.

On a different note, can you tell that we’re early risers and our house is still dark when we eat breakfast?  I have to apologize for all of the terrible morning photographs!  With summer on it’s way, hopefully that won’t be a problem for much longer.

Anyways, here’s a  look at some of the things our little doodlebug ate this past week:IMG 0978

Breakfast // Wholewheat flax pancake with plain organic whole milk yogurt, strawberries, and blackberries.

IMG 0920Breakfast // Avocado and cheese on sprouted grain sesame bread.  Fruit salad.

IMG 1089Breakfast // Baked blueberry and banana oatmeal with organic whole milk.

IMG 1214Breakfast // Toasted 12 grain flax bagel with all-natural cream cheese and avocado slices.

IMG 1021Breakfast // Multigrain french toast with almond butter.  Strawberries, blackberries, and black grapes.

IMG 0947Snack // Organic corn puffs, organic brown rice puffs, organic cranberries, and organic raisins.

IMG 0973{A Papa & Grae} Snack // Unsalted in-shell peanuts.

IMG 0982Snacks {on the go} // Raw almonds. Roasted garlic parmesan chickpeas.  Strawberries and blackberries.  Steamed edamame beans.  {Apple} LARABAR (one of our diaper bag staples).

IMG 0981Snack // Raw almonds.

IMG 1304{A Silly} Snack // Raw walnuts.  Black grapes.  Strawberry half. Cantaloupe slice.

IMG 1344Snack // Cheddar cubes. Raw almonds. Apple slices.

IMG 1098Snacks / Lunch {on the go and barely visible due to a sneaky little hand) // No-salt-added chickpeas.  Mary’s Organic Seed Crackers. Tofu chunks.  Organic no-sugar-added fruit leather. Red pepper strips.  Avocado half. Raw walnuts. Strawberry halves. Apple slices.

IMG 1046Snacks / Lunch {on the go} // All-natural peanut butter and Crofter’s Organic Just Fruit Spread on a cape seed roll.  Fruit salad.  Tofu cubes.  Red pepper slices and carrot coins.  Multigrain Melba Toasts.

IMG 0922Lunch // Veggie and quinoa soup.  Grilled mozzarella on seedy flatbread.

IMG 0976Dinner // Chicken and spinach lasagna.

IMG 1133Dinner // Warm chicken, grape, almond, and wild rice salad.  Spinach and avocado with Little Creek dressing.  Wholewheat pita.

IMG 0915Dinner // Wholewheat spaghetti with homemade roasted tomato basil sauce.  Edamame salad.  Grilled chicken.  Steamed beets.

IMG 1193Dinner // Turkey lasagna soup.

IMG 1347Dinner // White bean and arugula pasta salad (wholewheat fusilli, no-salt-added beans, arugula, feta, red onion, avocado, olive oil, and red wine vinegar).

IMG 1339Dinner // Wild rice with toasted almonds and grilled chicken.  Oven-baked parmesan zucchini chips.  Steamed broccoli with all-natural cheddar.

IMG 0971Dessert // Cantaloupe chunks.  Watermelon chunks.

IMG 1013Dessert // Banana almond flax yogurt pop.

IMG 0917Dessert // Plain organic whole milk yogurt with banana slices, organic oats, and raw sunflower seeds.

IMG 1018Dessert // Berry yogurt pop.

5 thoughts on “Toddler Food: What Miss G Eats {8}

  1. I’m going to start eating at your house! I can’t believe how *delicious* everything looks. It makes my tummy growl.
    Do the adults in your house partake in the same meals? I was wondering about a taste review on avacado slices and cream cheese on a bagel. It looked phenomenal (and easy for this mama!)

  2. Aw, you’re sweet. :)

    Yes, all three of us eat the same meals (with the exception of apple cars, smiley face fruit, or other crazy snacks – hahaha!) I don’t think I’d have the energy to cook a kid meal and an adult meal, let alone do the dishes from both!

    We all LOVE the cream cheese and avocado combo – you should try it! Thinly sliced regular cheese and avocado is delicious on toast too. Of course I don’t do this for Grae, but both are better with a little sprinkling of sea salt. :)

  3. When are you going to publish a cookbook for toddler food?? It would be nice if you could time it before I have kids ;D

    1. A cookbook – now there’s an idea! I wish I was creative enough in the kitchen to come up with one. Instead, I just borrow other people’s ideas and tweak them a bit. :)

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