Toddler mealtime tips for simple adult dinners to please you and your toddler alike.
Simple suppers that are nutritious, delicious, and toddler-approved. Dig in!
If cooking one meal for yourself and another for your toddler makes you feel like a short-order cook, take heart: You don’t have to do that. "After the age of 1, kids can eat what the rest of the family eats," says Keri Glassman, M.S., R.D., a nutritionist in New York City and a mom of two. "There’s no need for ‘kid food." Start doing it when they’re young and you’ll make mealtime a lot easier while also expanding their taste buds beyond typical (and sometimes unhealthy) kid-friendly fare! Glassman’s top picks for meals the entire family will love:
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