KId friendly sandwiches Avocado and Tomato Chicken Sandwich: My toddler loves avocado and tomato chicken salad sandwiches. Its a great allergy-friendly option since my son cant have egg, dairy, wheat, or nuts. Ive found avocado to be a great replacement for mayo and/or cheese on sandwiches. I also prefer using freshly made chicken, but I used gluten-free canned chicken as a time saver. — Kathryn M. of Mamacado Get Kathryns avocado and tomato chicken sandwich recipe
Kid-friendly Chicken Salad Sliced grapes and cubed apples add sweetness to plain old chicken salad. If your child eats nuts, add crushed cashews for extra crunch. Serve in a small container with whole wheat crackers or flatbreads. Serve with: String cheese Cook-free S'Mores: Spread Marshmallow Fluff on one graham cracker square, nutella on the other, and press together and enjoy!
Whole Wheat Pasta Salad With Feta and Peas: Make this kid-friendly pasta salad at lunch and serve through snack time; it actually tastes better the longer it sits. The whole wheat pasta is a filling option and the pea shoots give it a nutritious crunch. It's a quick recipe you'll find yourself returning to throughout the Summer. Source: The Clever Carrot
Vegan recipes don't have any animal products in them at all -- which means no cheese melted over broccoli! Even worse, when your 2-year-old tosses a vegan meal on the floor, your dog isn't likely to clean it up. That makes it even more important that you have a few kid-friendly vegan recipes up your sleeve that you know your little one will enjoy. Cooking vegan meals can seem overwhelming at first, but once you have the right mindset, you'll start coming up with your own concoctions that…