How To Feed Toddlers On A Budget
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Feeding toddlers is a huge chore in itself, and it’s especially hard if you have a picky eater. It seems like there aren’t many options as far as feeding toddlers, but there’s absolutely some great ways to feed toddlers on a budget.
Fruits and veggies are one of the best toddler foods, and the easiest to prepare. While some produce can be costly, you can shop at local farmer’s markets to find a better deal on produce. This will allow you to feed your toddler the best, most nutritious food without breaking the bank. Additionally, any veggies that are cooked can be frozen and saved for later.
Additionally, making things in bulk is a great way to prepare and make the most of your ingredients. Something like these chicken veggie tots is a great way to utilize a ton of ingredients at once, to make food for a long time. When you’re feeding toddlers on a budget, you want to make sure your dollar goes as far as possible.
As far as snacks, make sure that you’re not spending all of your money on convenience. A nice pre-packaged snack is nice once in a while, but ultimately this will cost more as anything convenient will cost more. Try to make your own snacks whenever possible. If you could make a large batch of homemade teething biscuits or even homemade fruit snacks you’ll be much better off than buying boxes of fruit snacks at a much higher rate than the ingredients.
Additionally, while juice can be a great snack, you may want to avoid juices on a consistent basis, as they can be quite costly. If you must buy juice, it’s better to buy big bottles and pour them into cups for your toddler because you’ll spend less money doing that rather than buying juice boxes or pouches.
Eating clean is just as important for toddlers as it is for adults, and it’s also the easiest way to stay in budget. It might seem like eating clean is more expensive but when you buy and cook in bulk, and stay away from the cost of convenience, you’ll see much more comfort in your budget!