Gluten Free Food for Toddlers

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Every mom will agree that preparing food for toddlers can be challenging since most of them are picky eaters. Even more if you decide to change your kid’s diet into gluten-free. At this stage, you need to get the right gluten free food for toddlers and tasty recipes that would ease your effort.

However, there is good news to support your effort. You can find many options for gluten free food for toddlers easily. There are some convenience stores that offer gluten free food. You just need to use an ounce of creativity to make a gluten-free and healthy version to make it your child’s favorite. Here are some recipes to make gluten free food for toddlers and they will definitely love it.

#Peanut Butter and Jelly Apple Bites

You can find peanut butter and jelly composition in any kind of children’s food. However, when you are going to gluten-free, it will be more challenging since you can’t just take any bread out of the shelf.

In order to make simple gluten free food for toddlers as an alternative to peanut butter and jelly, you can try to use apple slices.

You can cut one apple into 4 slices and take out the core from all slices.

On each slice, you can slather the half part with peanut butter while the rest with jelly.

The last thing you need to do is only to bring them together.

Preparing for this meal is estimated to be 10 minutes. So easy, quick but yummy.

#Zucchini Pizza

Even if your kids couldn’t enjoy their usual favorite pizza, but this zucchini pizza could be their next favorite dish.

What you need to do is just slicing the ends off a zucchini in medium size. After that, you can slice the zucchini into ¼ inch without having to cut all the way through it.

Between the slices, stuff it with pepperoni and sliced mozzarella then bake it at 425 degrees for 10 minutes or until you can see the cheese is melting.

At the top of it, you can spread parmesan cheese. A dipping sauce will complete the servings of gluten free food for toddlers.

#Parmesan Chicken Nuggets

No kids will throw away chicken nuggets. It is a fun way to make sure they get enough protein. However, most chicken nuggets are made of wheat flour and additionally fried in oil. In this case, you can opt to bake them to make a healthier alternative.

If you have breadcrumbs which are gluten-free, then you will be able to make them ready in an instant.

To make this gluten free food for toddlers, first, you can cut skinless and boneless chicken breasts to become one-inch cubes. Dip all of them in melted butter or coconut oil.

Mix a half cup of grated parmesan in a cup of gluten-free breadcrumbs then season it with enough salt.

After dipping the chicken nuggets inside the mixture, you can bake them at 375 degrees for 15 or 18 minutes. It should be brown and cooked through by then.

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