Each of these meals includes finger foods from the Organix Goodies range - as I mentioned in my last post, this year I am working with Organix to share my No Junk Journey, but even if I wasn't working with Organix, those foods would still be there as we've been a fan of the Goodies range since I started my first child on solid foods 8 years ago. Every Organix product features the No Junk Promise so that parents can trust that there is no added processed sugar, hydrogenated fat, flavourings, colours, preservatives or anything else unnecessary added to the food.
Back to the muffin tin meals, I've listed the foods served in each meal below. These muffin tin meals were all made for my youngest for his lunches at home and they were all thoroughly enjoyed!
In this muffin tin meal; raw carrot sticks, sliced baby sweetcorn, Organix alphabet biscuits, red grapes (sliced length ways to help avoid choking), homemade roasted carrot houmous and cubed cheddar cheese. Extra fun added with a cute silicone cup and mini bento fork.
In this muffin tin meal; chopped mini Babybel cheese, Organix Mini Gingerbread Men, raw sugar snap peas, clementine segments, cherry tomatoes (sliced length ways to help avoid choking) and turkey slices. Extra fun added with silicone cups and mini bento forks.
In this meal; raw red pepper strips, crinkle cut cucumber slices, chopped Organix oaty bar, cubed red Leicester cheese, homemade carrot houmous and dried apple rings. Extra fun added with a star shaped silicone cup and ocean themed cupcake picks.
In this meal; baby sweetcorn, sliced plum, cucumber sticks, homemade carrot houmous, Organix Mini Cheese Crackers and fromage frais pot (I recommend the Yeo Valley Little Yeos range for fromage frais with no added refined sugar). Fun added with a silicone cup and dinosaur cupcake picks.
I hope these simple ideas have provided a bit of inspiration for encouraging your little one to try some new foods and to make toddler meal times a little easier. For lots more ideas for foods to serve your toddler, be sure to check out my 80+ healthy finger food ideas for toddlers post and don't forget to pin or bookmark it while you're there for future reference!
Disclosure: This blog post was commissioned by Organix as a part of a series of posts for the No Junk Journey campaign. I was compensated for my time, however all opinions expressed in this post are my own.
If you found this post useful please do pin it for future reference! For more fun and healthy food ideas for little ones, check out the recipes section here on the Eats Amazing blog or follow my Baby & Toddler Food Ideas Pinterest board for fresh ideas from all over the web!