Healthy Kid Recipe Ideas

A complete index of all the healthy kid recipes on the site. Forget junk food! Now you will always have access to a super healthy alternative.

By using these simple to make healthy recipes that the kids will love, you are laying the foundations for their future health and wellbeing. Be a role model! If you choose to make only healthy food choices, then your kids will follow suit.

Most of all make the experience of cooking and eating fun and pleasurable. Get the kids to touch and learn about different sorts of foods and what they are cooking.

What child wouldn't want to taste their final masterpiece!

If you plan your meals in advance, you will have the opportunity to double up on your recipe ingredients which means you will always have a good supply of healthy meals in the freezer to heat up anytime. So, gone are the days of reaching for ready meals and fast food when time is short!.

We have split the recipe index into different sections, some specifically for your child's age. We hope that you will find this helpful and would love to hear from you if there is something you would like us to add, or if you have any suggestions.

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During your toddler's second year, he or she will start to show signs of becoming independent. This will more than likely be demonstrated when it comes to food. We have all heard that familiar 'no', and the look of enjoyment and satisfaction that comes with it!. If you start to find yourself battling with your toddler at mealtimes, just try and keep cool.

The reality is, a child's appetite can vary from day to day and week to week, but be assured that this will all calm down in the future. Try and let your toddler decide how much they want to eat and never force them.

By this age, your child will adopt definite food likes and dislikes and most likely become fussy about new tastes. The perfect way to overcome this is to eat with them and show them that you are loving this 'new' food.

As your child will probably be finding cutlery a bit difficult to master, the following recipes are designed to be self-feeding finger foods.


  • Eggs For Breakfast Recipes
  • Porridge Recipes
  • Mini Muesli Recipe


  • Shaped Sandwiches
  • First Fish Fingers
  • Tuna Mash
  • Tuna Pasta Bake
  • Real Chicken Nuggets
  • Mini Pitta Pizza Faces

  • Soft Vegetable Sticks
  • Creamy Mashed Potato Recipe
  • Parsnip And Sweet Potato Mash


  • Yummy Banana Custard
  • Fresh Fruit Salad
  • Mini Strawberry Sundaes
  • Banana Ice-Cream
  • Apple And Strawberry Crumble
  • Poached Apricots With Toasted Wheatgerm