Recipes

Delicious, all-natural recipes for the entire family. We love to cook and bake and here are some of our favourite recipes for the entire family for to enjoy.

Recipes

Download our free toddler cookbook

Download our free toddler cookbook

We’re thrilled to share our beautiful, brand new Welcome to Toddlertown e-cookbook, so you can have fun in the kitchen while nourishing your children with the very best nutrition.
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Treat your little ones this Halloween

Treat your little ones this Halloween

As Halloween approaches, let’s get into the spirit of the season with some creative, spooky fun: Downloadable Halloween colouring pages, Monster Muffin recipe, and Non-toxic, DIY face paints for yo...
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Sabrina's overnight chia pudding

Sabrina's overnight chia pudding

Indulge your toddler's taste buds with our delightful Blueberry Banana Chia Overnight Oats recipe, a nutritious and easy-to-make breakfast or snack.
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LittleOak Pumpkin Pancakes

LittleOak Pumpkin Pancakes

Looking for a delicious and nutritious fall-inspired breakfast idea for your little one? Try our Toddler Pumpkin Pancakes! Packed with wholesome ingredients, this recipe is both kid-approved and ea...
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Pumpkin Spice Toddler Smoothie

LittleOak's pumpkin spice smoothie

Our Pumpkin Spice Toddler Smoothie is the perfect fall-inspired breakfast idea that combines the delicious warmth of pumpkin spice with the essential nutrients of LittleOak for your child. This smo...
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Toasted maple granola recipe

Toasted maple granola recipe

Get ready to indulge in the irresistible flavours of our homemade Granola recipe. This delightful blend of wholesome ingredients will have you craving more with every crunchy bite. Whether you enjo...
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Crunch bars perfect for lunchboxes

Crunch bars perfect for lunchboxes

Incredibly easy to make and delicious, these crunch bars are made with whole - brown rice, buckwheat and sorghum - which are great for gut, hormone, immune and heart health! Plus with healthy fats ...
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