Tiny Little Vegans: 5 Toddler-Friendly Vegan Recipes to Try Now

Vegan moms rejoice! These five recipes are not only 100% vegan, but they are 100% toddler approved, which means you can relax next meal time and know that your little one is not only eating, but is eating food you can feel good about.

Macaroni and Cheese

What’s a toddler-friendly vegan recipe list without mac and cheese? It seems like almost every kid loves mac and cheese, so you can’t go wrong with this classic recipe. While the cheese may not be “cheese” it’s still incredibly creamy and tasty and kids won’t have a problem asking for seconds.

Zucchini Tater Tots

Say hello to your new favorite recipe! With only four ingredients (salt, olive oil, potatoes, and zucchini) you can’t go wrong. It pairs great with any meal and the kiddos are sure to love them!

Apple Oatmeal Bars

When it’s time for something sweet, look no further than these delightfully delectable little treats. They taste like a dessert but without the all of the bad ingredients you want to keep your little ones away from. The kids will go crazy over these, which means you’ll want to make extra so you have some for yourself!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream

Want to know the secret to delicious vegan ice cream? Bananas. Frozen bananas help to create the creamy consistency your kids love and they keep the dairy products at bay. And what says “kid-friendly” better than chocolate and peanut butter? 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bites

Number five on our list, but number one in our hearts. You don’t want to miss out on these. These easy-to-make little bites are an easy snack to have on hand for your kids after school or before evening practices. The best part is that they can be made in less than ten minutes. And, unlike other “kid” bars, they are only lightened sweetened.

Wrapping Things Up

Making sure that the little ones in your life are well fed is an important part of parenthood.

We hope that you can use these recipes to help them embrace a plant based lifestyle and recognize that you can have delicious meals without eating meat. The most important part of helping kids navigate through life as a plant based and kind hearted individual is to reinforce the concept of empathy while also showing them that it’s not as hard as many people think.

But whether you’re a kid or an adult – It’s not always going to be easy.

Do you know anyone who should be eating more plants and less meat but is struggling to make the move? We have put together a Meatless Morning challenge that you should consider trying WITH THEM. Don’t just share it. Take the challenge together and see the benefits of teamwork. Here it is:

Meatless Mornings

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