I was talking to my sister-in-law a week or so ago about things she could easily feed her little boy. I told her about this idea, and then remembered to post it here.
I can't remember where this idea originated. I did it with Camden, and now with Zoe.
This is something that you can have on hand, for a quick, healthy well balanced meal for toddlers. Not to mention, it's fast! No need for processed food, filled with junk they don't need!!
No recipe, just a method. Mix up a batch of from scratch pancake mix [or you can use a mix, if you prefer]. To the mix, add anything you have on hand. Leftovers work great for this! Cooked veggies, little pieces of meat [chicken, ham, etc], shredded cheese, anything!! Make sure that everything is cut small enough for your baby/toddler before you mix it in.
Cook them up on a hot griddle, just like regular pancakes. Store them in the freezer, and then warm in the toaster/microwave one at a time when you need them.
You can also make a "sweet" version by adding applesauce to the batter, and adding chunks of fruit [canned or fresh], and serving it with yogurt.