Rainbow Food Ideas for Kids

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It can be challenging to figure out what to cook for your little one. I thought after bottles the struggle would be over. I didn't realize that I would have to plan three meals daily. Some days are granola bar days but I looked into the ingredients and wanted to provide him more nutrition. He can be a super picky eater so I have to sneak in some ingredients. 

I will be posting a recipe from this page each week to help you mix up your meals at your house. Enjoy the moment and try getting them involved when you cook. It helps them to feel pride in what they are eating. Let me know in the comments what your little one liked and how you feel about meal times in your house.


 Breakfast- Strawberry grape smoothie

Blend til oats are no longer visible about 8 strawberries, ⅔ cup grapes, 1 ripe banana (optional), ⅓ cup rolled oats, 1 cup ripple/oat/almond milk, a sprinkle of salt, and ½ cup of ice. Enjoy in your favorite cup!

 Lunch- Red apple, marinara sauce, and meatballs


 Breakfast- Banana French toast

 Lunch- cornbread, chicken yellow rice, and cheese


 Breakfast- Blueberry bagel with cream cheese 

 Lunch- Blue corn tortilla chips, queso, and blueberries


 Breakfast- Berry pop tart

 Lunch- Chicken purple lettuce tacos with grapes


 Breakfast- Spinach banana waffle

 Lunch- Broccoli fritters, green grapes, noodles with pesto


 Breakfast- Strawberry breakfast bars

 Lunch- Salmon, brown rice, and fruit rope


 Breakfast- Blackberry baked oatmeal

 Lunch- Black bean stew


 Breakfast- English egg sausage muffin with vanilla yogurt

 Lunch- Biscuit spinach chicken quesadilla with ranch and sour cream


                   Breakfast- Pumpkin Donuts 😋

 Lunch- Mac and Cheese, mandarin oranges, and sweet potato fries

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