Birthday Party

6 Baby & Toddler Food Recipes for a Birthday Party

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
Running out of ideas and recipes to feed your lovely children? Tired of the usual spaghetti and pizza recipes for your kids? Looking for healthy fun dishes to cook with your children? This is the place to be.Spinach Cake Muffins For Your Kids
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1. Spinach Cake Muffins For Your Kids
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These Spinach Cake Muffins are perfectly sweet and a great way to get your kids to eat their greens!
2. Pancake Sausage Muffins On A Stick For Kids
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This dish will probably take you less time to make than a platter of pancakes with sautéed sausage on the side — and the fun factor is definitely way higher.
3. Spaghetti Pie For Kids
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A simple fast fusion of Kids favorites dishes, Spaghetti and Pie! Try this recipe that will have your kids asking for seconds!
4. How to Make Healthy Oatmeal Bars On-The-Go
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These oatmeal bars are different from the brand name bars you'll find in the stores. They are essentially oatmeal in bar form, but they are equally delicious. Just prepare a batch and keep them in the fridge for several days. All you have to do as you're heading out for the day is grab a few bars for you and your kids and you're set. For all of you "on-the-go" moms, this bar's for you.
5. Chocolate Cream Cookies
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A lovely deep chocolate flavor. A buttery crisp texture. And a delicious buttery sweet cream filling. That is a Chocolate Cream Cookie. This is a sandwich cookie at its best. I must say, they are highly addictive. And while the kids may want to dunk theirs in a tall glass of cold milk, I prefer mine with a strong cup of coffee.
6. Asparagus Torta
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This kid-friendly lunch item serves up protein and healthy green veggies in a pizza-like package. Asparagus can be substituted for any dark green vegetable in season. It's a fantastic way to introduce your children (or those picky adults in your life) to vegetables, and hey, it happens to be gluten-free!
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