Toddler Food: What Miss G Eats {23: Halloween Edition}

Whether it’s Valentine’s Day, St. Patricks Day, or Halloween, one of the things I love most about holidays is preparing special themed meals and snacks for our little lady.  Here is some Halloween-inspired food she enjoyed this year…

IMG 1508Breakfast // Wholewheat flax spiderweb pancakes. (Just put your pancake batter into a squeeze bottle, use it to draw an asterisk, then connect the points with swooped lines.)

IMG 1755Snack // Jack-o-lantern oranges. (G seriously couldn’t get enough of these.  Simply draw a face on a room temperature orange with black Sharpie.  I did mine just before giving them to her – I don’t know what I’m talking about, but I’m not especially keen on the possibility of the marker fumes seeping through the peel.)

IMG 1362Lunch // {A slightly scary-looking} Jack-o-lantern quesadilla. (Just 2 red or orange tortilla shells cut by hand – think kitchen scissors – some cheese, black beans, and veggies.)

IMG 1756Snack // Home roasted pumpkin seeds.

IMG 1536Dinner // Roasted pumpkin soup with goat cheese, fresh parsley, and a grilled cheese on the side. (Not overly Halloween-ish, but you see what I’m going for, right?)

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